Marianne Hovden, (Andrine Saether) is a young girl who works for a newspaper in Oslo, Norway and she learns that her father is going to die of cancer and he makes a very strange request of her. Her dad wants her to locate boxes of letters that he has received over a long period of time and do not read them, just burn them immediately. However, Marianne becomes interested in what these letters are all about and she finds out that it involves her dad in a murder case. The Norwegian's decided to copy a scene from the Hichcock film which starred Anthony Perkins, in other words there are eyes looking through a wall like a peeping tom when Marianne decides to take a shower or other scenes of undress. The photography is outstanding throughout the Fall Season in Norway with the changing of the leaves. You will never be able to figure out who the killer is and there is a church that sings all kinds of old time hymn tunes all sung in Norwegian. If you can, don't miss this film, it is very entertaining. Enjoy.
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