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Telegrafisten (1993)

Mack is the most important man in a little society in North Western Norway around 1900. Telegrapher Rolandsen is a smart, funny and charming the ladies, even Mack's daughter.

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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Bjørn Floberg ...
Ove Rolandsen
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Elise Mack
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Mack
Ole Ernst ...
Kaptein Henriksen
Kjersti Holmen ...
Jomfru Van Loos
Bjørn Sundquist ...
Levion
Elisabeth Sand ...
Pastor's Wife
Svein Sturla Hungnes ...
Pastor
Camilla Strøm Henriksen ...
Olga (as Camilla Strøm-Henriksen)
Johan H:son Kjellgren ...
Fredrik
Knut Haugmark ...
Enok
Reidar Sørensen ...
Ulrik
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Pernille
Per Jansen ...
Telegraph Inspector
Gørild Mauseth ...
Ragna
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Mack is the most important man in a little society in North Western Norway around 1900. Telegrapher Rolandsen is a smart, funny and charming the ladies, even Mack's daughter.

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4 February 1993 (Norway)  »

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El telegrafista  »

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Nothing Wrong With This Film
20 October 2003 | by See all my reviews

The other review shows what happens when literature is assigned in class.

I saw this film in a Hamsun retrospective at the Museum of Modern Art in New York, and in this context it seemed reasonable, charming, atmospheric and well-photographed. Maybe even delightful. And I've been to this part of Norway, and enjoyed that, too.

Sure glad no one forced me to watch this film in school. This way I really enjoyed it. I wish it were available on DVD in the US.


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