This is the story of the urban police officer Salmander who, after somewhat accidentally killing his police horse in front of thousands of children, gets relocated to the location farthest north in Norway: Hellfjord.
Stig Frode Henriksen,
Ingrid Bolsø Berdal
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Stig Frode Henriksen,
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Erik Smith Meyer
Eirik Junge Eliassen,
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Ingrid Bolsø Berdal,
Rolf Kristian Larsen,
Tomas Alf Larsen
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Stig Frode Henriksen,
In a world where families are allowed only one child due to overpopulation, a resourceful set of identical septuplets must avoid governmental execution and dangerous infighting while investigating the disappearance of one of their own.
Jompa Tormann and his guests and family are brutally gunned down during an engagement party. Sami- and women-hating police officer Sid Wisløff is put on the case. Together with his colleague Unni Formen and Sami guide Peggy Mathilassi, Wisløff tries to find the guilty party, but Jompa Tormann survived and he wants revenge! Written by
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I remember seeing this at my video rental shop and feeling a small spark of joy in my heart. A parody of Kill Bill? Brilliant! I love parodies!
And so I rented it, expecting a lot...maybe too much.
The beginning of the film made me laugh. The parody of the wedding massacre with all the body outlines on the floor, including a reindeer was very good, but when the actors came in everything went to hell.
The acting is bad, terminally bad. The main actors expression does not change once throughout the whole bloody film!! In fact the whole acting part reminded me of some cheap, unenthusiastic college joke film. The film has funny jokes in it, but it has a nice truckload of poor and frankly disgusting ones to shove the good ones out of the audience's mind. Most of those bad jokes involve coprophilia, bestiality (oh yes there is some in there), scatological humour and tired and overused jokes (the "I am your father" one is spectacularly painful to watch). The dubbing was horrendous and clashed with the poor acting. The Englisg voice acting was very over-dramatic compared to the wooden, never- changing expressions of the actors...if zombies were picked to play human characters this film would be the result.
There is also a long running obsession with homosexual rape, bestiality and coprophilia in this movie, why? I don't know, I suppose they just thought that a fat cross-dressing Madame Irma type character crapping in a bowl was hilarious so they included it. Also, racist attitudes towards Laps apparently stem from homosexual rape by burly Scandinavian lumberjacks...what were they thinking?
The final scenes of the film really show that the people making it just gave up. The sword fight with Buljo is ridiculous, with the two fighters randomly and softly clashing their katanas together...and then there's the "I am your father joke". WHY?!
When the reason why the evil gang of cattle rustlers (?) or whatever they are reveal why they tried to kill the main character you will have a good laugh as it is pretty funny...but then your mirth will be snatched away by the clumsy and painfully unfunny fighting scenes...oh, and the Star Wars joke too, did I mention that?
And finally, the evil Buljo is killed and you are treated to some premium quality arse-groping...so funny.
All in all this film has funny aspects to it, but the sheer randomness and disgusting humour just spoils it completely and seems to show a lack of effort from the creators. If you like watching films with insanely stupid and disgusting random humour or just like low budget films, go ahead and rent it, there is worse stuff out there...but I recommend you get yourself some beer to go with it.
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