Kristoffer is a billboard hanger, 24 years old and carefree. When his girlfriend Elisabeth dumps him for the boss of her trend bureau, his life falls into pieces. He feels like a loser. By coincidence some of Kristoffer's video diaries end up with the producer of the popular talk show "Karsten Tonight" in TV2. A few weeks later Kristoffer's life has become TV entertainment. People love the sequences from his commune at Tøyen: Kristoffer's half-twisted view of his surroundings, his crazy best friend Geir, not to mention the weird web designer Stig Inge, who hasn't set foot outside the Tøyen shopping center for two years. Kristoffer's future again looks bright, everyone likes him, but revealing your life on national television comes with a price tag. As Kristoffer's future in the TV business looks brighter and brighter, his friends start suffering. Geir's big secret is revealed, and Stig Inge's personal problems are much more serious than Kristoffer first thought. It will cost him a ... Written by
Did You Know?
A number of Norwegian celebrities appear as themselves. Among them: when the two lead characters Kristoffer and Geir first visit TV2 the woman in the elevator is Elin Tvedt
. Shortly after the character Henriette invites them to a party where famous Norwegian parliament member (and former minister) Karita Bekkemellem Orheim makes a brief appearance. Later there is a premiere party for the featured talkshow where you can glimpse famous Norwegian fashion guru Kiki Sørum, Norwegien Big Brother-winner Lars 'Joakim Ringom', soap opera star Kim Kolstad
and TV2 personalities Connie Barr
and Ståle Talsnes
. At the scene in the stand-up café comedian Janne Rønningen
appears as herself, and in one of the final scenes on the live talk-show the female guest is Synnøve Svabø
, one of the most popular TV personalities in Norway. See more
Kristoffer, sometimes you have to let go of the goalie and attack with both hands.
References Charlie's Angels
Written by Aslak Hartberg
/ Esben Selvig
Performed by Aslak Hartberg
/ Esben Selvig
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