Marerittet (1989)

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Tomas von Brömssen ...
 Nils
Kjersti Holmen ...
 Eva
Reidar Sørensen ...
 Lars
Minken Fosheim ...
 Irene
John Sigurd Kristensen ...
 Karl
Ketil Høegh ...
 Sven
Morten Faldaas ...
 Jan
Karen Randers-Pehrson ...
 Helga
Turid Balke ...
 Gerda
Erik Lassen ...
 The captain
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Suspenseful
22 March 2002 | by (Oslo, Norway) – See all my reviews

After the great success of the mini-series "Rød snø" (Red Snow) in 1985, it was almost a public demand that Norwegian actress Kjersti Holmen and Swedish actor Tomas Von Brömssen co-star in another TV-made suspense-story.

The result was "Marerittet" (1989), directed by Bo Hermansson who also did "Rød snø" (1985).

Translated to English the title means "The Nightmare" and that's just what Holmen/Von Brömssen get when they decide to spend their vacation trekking around Lofoten in northern Norway. Not long into their holiday they venture into a small seaside village surrounded by mountainous terrain. After a while they discover that something is terribly wrong in the village: the locals shun them and even worse; the children singing and taking class inside the local school is nothing but noise from a tape recorder! And so the nightmare begins...

All though not as good storywise - as "Rød snø" - "Marerittet" still was an above average suspense-yarn, and Kjersti Holmen and Tomas Von Brömssen will definitely go down in Scandinavian history as one of the most likeable couples on the small screen.


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