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Ellen Dorrit Petersen,
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Pål Sverre Hagen,
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Trond Espen Seim,
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Evy Kasseth Røsten
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Per Christian Ellefsen,
Marit Pia Jacobsen
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Eirik M. Bøe
Eirik M. Bøe,
Ole Victor Corral,
Anders Danielsen Lie
This Norwegian movie is hard to describe but it reminds me of so many great French New Wave movies from the 60s. It borrows heavily from some of these movies, but it's a completely original, unique, thrilling movie on its own. The person below who gave this movie one star must have been on crack or accidentally wandered into the wrong theater thinking he was going to see "Made of Honor" or some of other piece of ****.
This movie is the start of a brilliant career. Seriously. Years from now, people will be talking about this director the same way people used to talk about Ingmar Bergman or Godard. It's that great!
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