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Farlig farvann (1995)

| Action, Comedy, Thriller
A dangerous criminal, named Falken, robs a bank together with a redneck small-criminal. They have to take a hostage and escape in a racing boat. When the hostage jumps overboard they have ... See full summary »

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Petronella Barker ...
Marlene
Nils Ole Oftebro ...
Falken
Morten Faldaas ...
Ole
Jan Grønli ...
Egil
Anette Hoff ...
Inga
Frode Rasmussen ...
Hauger
Roger Hilleren ...
Li
Sverre Bentzen ...
Nilsen
Erik Øksnes ...
Koblik
Svein Erik Brodal ...
Arnold
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Holmsen
Øyvin Bang Berven ...
Frode
Elisabeth Molteberg ...
Bente
Svein Basberg ...
Ramboel
Rikke Christensen ...
Linn
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A dangerous criminal, named Falken, robs a bank together with a redneck small-criminal. They have to take a hostage and escape in a racing boat. When the hostage jumps overboard they have to stay at a lighthouse to wait for a boat. Here the conflicts starts. Written by Einar Stenseng <terjest@online.no>

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Realistically and quite OK
17 May 2007 | by (Norway) – See all my reviews

This thriller about a bank robber which plans are going to pieces has a good nerve, but stiller never really takes off. The good thing about the film is that it is kept in a realistic pace, and it smells sea water, filmed in the western part of Norway. The film is a bit bleachcoloured, which helps giving a tragic feel to it, but it also gives an impression that the film goes on in the 80'ies, rather than in '95. This was probably not intended, but looks like this now some years later. An OK film to watch, but by no means any classic. Nils Ole Oftebro does a great character as the bank robber, and Petronella Barker is both fragile and tough as the kidnapped victim. All in all good acting from the cast, though the manuscript could use some more for them to play with.


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