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Betrayal (2009)
"Svik" (original title)

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Tor Lindblom makes a fortune supplying the Nazis with everything from liquor and cigarettes to cement and steel. He also owns the Club Havana, a nightclub in Oslo frequented by the ... See full summary »


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Cast overview, first billed only:
Lene Nystrøm ...
Eva Karlsen
Major Krüger
Kåre Conradi ...
Svein Nordanger
Hary Prinz ...
Captain Francke
Tor Lindblom
Jockel Tschiersch ...
Jan Grønli ...
Lawyer Svendsen
Bert Böhlitz ...
Lieutenant Reinhard
Hans (as Carl Beck)
Peter Linka ...
Colonel Clark
Bálint Magyar ...
Sgt. Stolz


Tor Lindblom makes a fortune supplying the Nazis with everything from liquor and cigarettes to cement and steel. He also owns the Club Havana, a nightclub in Oslo frequented by the industrial elite of occupied Norway, Officers of the Wehrmacht and opportunistic hustlers of both sexes. Tor is in love with the singer in the nightclub Eva, a British double agent who works part-time for the Gestapo. When Dr. Walter from the Reich General Auditor's Office arrives in town to check the books, events for Tor Lindblom and his business partner, SS Major Krüger, take a sudden turn for the worse. Written by Svensk Filmindustri

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Sorry Norway
8 December 2011 | by (Valhalla) – See all my reviews

This Is Actually The Worst Foreign Language Film I Have Seen So Far. I Didn't Want To Hate This Because I Have Never Seen A Film From Norway And I Wanted To Try And Give This A Go. Okay The Movie Starts Out With This Old Woman (About 50's) She Has Tea With Her Granddaughter To Tell Her How She Went From Norway Being A British Spy To Going To America, That Doesn't Make Any Sense, Maybe She Had Some Pressure From It (Which Still Makes No Sense Because a. Go To A Psychaiatrist And b. What Pressure? She Killed No One)

My Main Problem With This Is That It Didn't Show The Horrors Of War As Much As A Movie Like "The Winter War" Or "Black Book" Where The Protagonists Are Surrounded By The Horrors Of War And It Starts Killing Them Inside. More On That I Think This Whole Movie Is Just A Cheap Imitation Of "Black Book". Lets Go Down The List Of Simmilarities

Both Protagonists Are Female

Both Protagonists Work In The Resistance

Both Protagonists Are Involved With Someone In The Gestapo

Both Protagonists Sing For Entertainment

That Is A Small List But Honestly I Tried To Like This Movie, Honestly I Just Couldn't...Oh As A BTW This Is Nowhere Near "My Bottom 100 Movies" But Its Still Bad. Also The Title Has Nothing To Do With The Plot, A Better Title Would Be "Norweigin Resistance" Or Something Like That But The Title This Has Promises Some Betraying Going On When It Doesn't.

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