Great laugh, very close to the real country side Norway
If you want to know the plot, go elsewhere. Want to know the feeling? Continue. This movie is representing the Norwegian "Harry" culture, the guys that liked to burn rubber, drink the bootleg, and if the bootleg runs out, the bootleg basis. These guys show up in old Am Cars, like the Chevy stepside or whatever they can get their hands on. Things are so close to reality that it is scary. Not a dull moment; everything is SO easy to relate to, making it even funnier. For me the laughter started at minute 1, seeing this guy wandering trough the arrival hall in Oslo airport, pinning another guy for his misbehavior (smoking is not allowed inside public places here) and using the fuzz it brings to get trough customs with his probable over the limit tax-free shopping's. You just have to love him and his total disrespect of public officials So if you want to remember what it was like being 16-25 and have a good laughter: GO SEE IT. If not, try the Discovery channel
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