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Eva's Eye (1999)

Evas øye (original title)
While Eva Magnus and her daughter, Jenny, are taking a walk, they discover a dead body floating along the riverside. Eva runs to the nearest phone booth and pretends to call the police. ... See full summary »

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Credited cast:
Andrine Sæther ...
Eva Magnus
Bjørn Sundquist ...
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Maja Durban
Sverre Anker Ousdal ...
Larsgaard
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Sool
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Sylvi Davidsen
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Per Egil Aske ...
Peddik
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Sofie
Linda Tomine Coles ...
Jenny
Rune Hekkelstrand ...
Skarre
Anne Marit Jacobsen ...
Socialarbeider
Astri Jacobsen ...
Sejer's Mother
Kristin Kajander ...
Jorun Einarsson
Svein Roger Karlsen ...
Egil Einarsson
Lasse Kolsrud ...
Cordoba
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While Eva Magnus and her daughter, Jenny, are taking a walk, they discover a dead body floating along the riverside. Eva runs to the nearest phone booth and pretends to call the police. Then she leaves the body for someone else to find. Why? Konrad Sejer, the police officer investigating the case, links it to another unsolved murder of a woman killed in her bed. A woman that used to be a childhood friend of Eva Magnus... Written by Signy

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Crime | Drama | Thriller

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29 October 1999 (Norway)  »

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Eva szeme  »

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Followed by Sejer - se deg ikke tilbake (2000) See more »

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Tightly plotted, tautly wound thriller.
8 January 2003 | by (Sydney, Australia) – See all my reviews

I had no expectations at the start of this movie and reached the end impressed at its proficiency in the genre and the strong performances of its lead actors. Andrine Sæther is convincing as a woman whose life spirals drastically out of control as an initial mistake is compounded by a string of lies and deceptions. Bjørn Sundquist matches her as a tenacious and astute detective who gnaws away at the inconsistencies in her evidence. A tip of the hat also to writer/director Berit Nesheim for maintaining the narrative momentum and keeping us interested in the characters. Well worth your time.


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