Robert and his son, Bobby, are having a difficult time in Oslo, Norway during WW2. Robert is trying to take care of his son, but at the same time he is struggling with his addiction to ...
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The lonely, divorced and disillusioned lawyer Lex Larsen comforts himself by drinking "Brun Bitter" helps out a small boy finding his lost bike, and finds himself hunting a serial killer in a undercurrent of sex and violence.
Set on the island of Senja in Northern Norway in 1877. Båremor, a 14 year old girl is washed ashore almost dead. No-one knows her and she remembers nothing of her past. A poor fisherman ... See full summary »
Two 16 year old petty criminals steals a car and are followed by the police in a dramatic car chase, and when they boys are about to run off by foot, one is shot by the police. This changes the other boy's life.
A harrowing and ironic story about the first big and well educated generation born after WW2, living without any major concerns between 1965 and 1975. We follow shrink and doctor Atle and his good theater working friend Eigil.
Ten years have passed since our three heroines' first outing in 1975. Now the women meet at yet another class reunion. Not surprisingly, they are still unwilling to call it a night after ... See full summary »
Anne Marie Ottersen
Suburban teenager Ida grows up outside Oslo, is starting off with drugs and meets the homeless alcoholic charmer Knut, which soon is her big love. Destined for a hard life in drugs and alcohol, how can they turn their lives around?
Espen, en ganske alminnelig mann i 20-årene, har mistet førerkortet og jobben på grunn av promillekjøring. Nå vil han besøke kjæresten Unni. Men hun er ikke hjemme. Istedet finner han en ... See full summary »
Robert and his son, Bobby, are having a difficult time in Oslo, Norway during WW2. Robert is trying to take care of his son, but at the same time he is struggling with his addiction to alcohol, women and scams. Bobby befriends a German soldier, who is teaching him fencing, but Bobby's connection to his father is mixed-up between idolizing and observing his many mistakes. Written by