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Mirush (2007)
"Blodsbånd" (original title)

 -  Crime | Drama  -  2 March 2007 (Norway)
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Bekim
Nazif Muarremi ...
Mirush
Glenn Andre Kaada ...
Frode
Ramadan Huseini ...
Ismet
Anna Bache-Wiig ...
Hannah
Bajrush Mjaku ...
Vulkan
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Hava
Michalis Koutsogiannakis ...
Kokken
Fisnik Zegeri ...
Armend
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Apparently realistic, but unevenly accomplished
24 April 2013 | by (Estonia) – See all my reviews

Blodsbånd is largely based on contrasts and sympathy for immigration, particularly when a small boy is included (splendidly performed by Nazif Muarremi). It is obvious that life is hard in Kosovo, one of the poorest countries in Europe, but I am sure that many viewers are perplexed that even in Norway (very rich place) life can be even harder

  • at least for certain people, coming from regions where vendetta or
similar are customary. However, the plot is hectic, supporting actors are not catchy and the tensions come and go in a peculiar way. The ending is unrealistic as well, especially having Scandinavian social services in mind... I was not bored, but when the credits appeared, I just shrugged my shoulders - Scandinavia, incl. Norway, has made much stronger films on similar topic.


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