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Without Dejan Cukic this movie would really stink!
OK, a lot off action in this film, lots of police and S.W.A.T.,e and that i unusual for Norwegian movies.
The first thing that bothers me is that the film is only 1.20 long. Did they run out of money. The novel it is based on is 400 pages. So why not try to make a movie that is 2 hours long??? They could have made some attempt to tell us a story before the terrorists take over the studio. The film start off too fast.
The other thing that bothers me is the lack of actor talent we have in Norway, most of the actors are terrible, it makes me wanna puke.
BUT: Huge credz to Dejan Cukic, the does a wonderful job. If we only had native Norwegians that could act like he does, then the film industry in Norway would be in great shape! But all over, a huge disappointment!!!
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