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Director:
Writers:
Thomas Moldestad (story) and
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Release Date:
13 October 2006 (Norway) See more »
Genre:
Tagline:
Prepare For Your Final Descent See more »
Plot:
Jannicke, Morten Tobias, Eirik, Mikael and Ingunn are on a snowboarding vacation in Jotunheimen. They... See more » | Add synopsis »
Awards:
3 wins & 6 nominations See more »
User Reviews:
Something old, something new... See more (63 total) »

Cast

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Directed by
Roar Uthaug 
 
Writing credits
Thomas Moldestad (story) and
Martin Sundland (story) and
Roar Uthaug (story)

Jan Eirik Langoen (idea) and
Magne Lyngner (idea)

Produced by
Axel Helgeland .... executive producer
Jan Eirik Langoen .... line producer
Magne Lyngner .... producer
Thomas Løberg .... associate producer
Guttorm Petterson .... co-producer
Martin Sundland .... producer
 
Original Music by
Magnus Beite 
 
Cinematography by
Daniel Voldheim (director of photography)
 
Film Editing by
Jon Endre Mørk 
 
Casting by
Celine Engebrigtsen 
 
Production Design by
Astrid Sætren 
 
Costume Design by
Kjell Nordström 
 
Makeup Department
Maxine Blystad-Collins .... hair stylist
Dorte Pedersen .... assistant makeup artist
 
Art Department
Krzysztof Adamski .... painter
Wojtek Adamski .... painter
Kjell Arne Carlsen .... construction manager
Martin Gant .... propmaker
Øyvind Grev Møgster .... construction foreman (as Øyvind Møgster)
Kristin Günther .... storyboard artist
Pål Holth .... painter
Tord Moberg .... assistant decorator
Peter Mydske .... painter
Thomas Nes .... set dresser
Eivind Stoud Platou .... graphic designer
Åsmund Stemme .... property master
Astrid Sætren .... set designer
Kåre Martens .... graphic designer (uncredited)
Tord Moberg .... carpenter (uncredited)
 
Sound Department
Roy Fenstad .... sound editor
Gunn Tove Grønsberg .... dialogue editor
Eirik Ingebricson .... foley recordist
Eirik Ingebricson .... sound effects editor
Tomas Naug .... boom operator
Tomas Naug .... sound
Mads Olsen .... sound mixer
Christian Schaanning .... sound re-recording mixer
Christian Schaanning .... supervising sound editor
James Seddon .... dolby consultant
Gisle Tveito .... dialogue re-recording mixer
Erik S. Watland .... foley artist
Erik S. Watland .... sound effects editor
 
Special Effects by
Morten Borik .... special effects photographer
Thomas Foldberg .... special effects
Morten Jacobsen .... special effects
Thomas Nes .... special effects technician
Thomas Steen .... special effects supervisor
 
Visual Effects by
Kasper Bræmer-Jensen .... software engineer
Jeppe N. Christensen .... visual effects supervisor
Jimmy Max Christensen .... software engineer
Martin Gardeler .... 3D artist
Martin Gardeler .... visual effects assistant supervisor
Sascha Alexander Haber .... digital compositor
Sascha Alexander Haber .... visual effects: title sequence
Thomas Hansen .... 3D artist
Thomas Hansen .... digital compositor
Rikke Hovgaard Jørgensen .... visual effects assistant
Tim Kjær Lange .... digital compositor
Alfred Lindahl .... visual effects research
Lucas Pigliacampo .... 3D artist
Lucas Pigliacampo .... matte painter
Eric Westphal .... digital compositor
 
Camera and Electrical Department
Even Birkeland .... aerial camera operator
Philip J. Borgli .... second assistant camera
Christen Kenneth Gran .... rigger
Olav Haddeland .... gaffer
Karsten Heidar .... electrician
Chris Karlstad .... rigger
Thomas Løberg .... still photographer
Thor Erik Løkken .... gaffer
Mark Mavrinac .... grip
Nicolay Poulsen .... director of photography: second unit
Pål Ulvik Rokseth .... first assistant camera: second unit
Peter Topsøe-Jensen .... first assistant camera
Stig Tvenge .... best boy electric
 
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Ami Gren .... costume assistant
Tina Haagensen .... costume assistant
Jon Lundemoen .... costume assistant
 
Editorial Department
Helge Billing .... assistant editor
Andrzej Kiwala .... color timer
Liv Risvaag .... colorist
Kristian Sinkerud .... post-production coordinator
Thomas G. Trælnes .... assistant editor
Camilla Holst Vea .... film scanning
 
Music Department
Christian Schaanning .... music editor
 
Other crew
Niklas Sebastian Alveberg .... production assistant
Gudrun Austli .... production coordinator
Simen Malmø .... production assistant
Audun Lyngholm Wittenberg .... production assistant
 
Thanks
Espen Egeland .... thanks
 

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Additional Details

Also Known As:
"Fritt vilt" - Norway (original title)
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Germany:97 min (European Film Market)
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Goofs:
Continuity: When Jannicke goes to check on Ingunn, the door to Ingunn's room opens outward. When Jannicke returns with Morten and Mikal, the door opens inward.See more »
Movie Connections:
References The Shining (1980)See more »
Soundtrack:
La Oss Leve For HverandreSee more »

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47 out of 61 people found the following review useful.
Something old, something new..., 13 October 2006
Author: Chenon from Norway

People have talked and talked about the revolution within Norwegian films for a few years now. That everything has become so much better. In my opinion, most of the films produced in the last few years, within this so-called revolution, has been the same old stories and concepts that Norway has made from day one, except the productions has become better. I have visited the theater for basically every new Norwegian film, with high hopes and a wanting to like what they show, and every time I walk out disappointed and with less hope for our present generation of filmmakers. This all changed today. I went to the premiere of Fritt Vilt expecting a nice slasher film, and I walked out 95 minutes later, with hope restored and a nice smile on my face. I actually felt good.

The film is a slasher film, through and through, and that is both one of it's strengths, but also it's weakness. The film contains basically every little slasher movie clichè you can think of. It's just they do it so very well. It is a genre film and it doesn't bring anything new to the concept, but it's fresh for us Norwegians. The film doesn't try to be anything more than a good horror film.

The setting is excellent. An old abandoned hotel in the middle of nowhere up in the mountains. The back story is not exactly original, but it works well enough to pull of some really scary scenes. The look and feel of the hotel and the isolation is all there, and the evil that is lurking sure is creepy.

Roar Uthaug does a few neat tricks early in the movie, which makes you sit at the edge of your seat through out the film, and his direction is good. The script is good enough for a horror story, but sometimes, especially in the opening scene, the dialoges are pretty campy and lame. But they redeem themselves quickly when the sh#% hits the fan.

The acting is excellent from most of the cast. I hope we'll see a lot more of Ingrid Bolsø Berdal in other films. Having her in the lead was a smart move. I would also like to credit Rolf Kristian Larsen. He had some funny commentaries and face expressions. The weakest actor, and at times so bad it was annoying, was Endre Martin Midtstigen. I'm not sure why he was in the movie. He must know someone in the production team, cause he has no acting talents what so ever.

A creepy horror film from Norway, and one of our finest films in recent years. I hope to see more of Roar Uthaug in the near future. I think this is a director with much to come. Also Ingrid Bolsø Berdal, we want more of you! Keep Up The Good Work!

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