In a bed at a treatment centre, a severely disabled boy lies. Nobody understands him. Everybody has given him up, except for one person. A warm film about the fact that solutions are not always the solution.
In the shadows of the outskirts of Oslo, every criminal has their place until the economical meltdown. The luxury prostitute Wendy might have the key to the problem, or at least to the heart of the bank, the criminals and even the police.
35 years old Eik has to choose between life or death, but sometimes this choice isn't that obvious. A suicide pact goes wrong, and Eik has to find out whether he wants to follow his dream or his mother's.
The life of a family spanning five generations in the 20th century Europe split in half by WW2, centering around the half brothers Barnum and Fred growing up together in Oslo; Barnum with his father, Fred searching for his.
Nicolai Cleve Broch,
Norway has never had any good TV-series, all of it has been stupid sitcoms with the same actors, but this is completely different, and that is very good. They've got great actors and really manages to show the lives of three completely normal women. It's serious, and I think that's why some people don't seem to like it. The want to be amused. You wont be a amused by this, but it's well made and worth seeing. The three sisters is played by Hilde Lyrån, Kjersti Elvik and Lisa Tønne. Lisa Tønne is actually a stand-up comedian, but shows us that she is a good actor as well. The main male parts is played by Dennis Storhøi and Samuel Fröler. Samuel is originally a Swedish actor, and he released his first album as a music artist a few years ago.
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