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A journey inside Martin's head. He's on a weekend mountain trip, and we get to know his thoughts. Unsensored, essential, existential and silly about feelings and fantasies. A recognizable film about being human, and how we tick and think. Full summary » | Add synopsis »
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Directed by
Ole Giæver 
Marte Vold 
Writing credits
(in alphabetical order)
Ole Giæver 

Produced by
Anne Bergseng .... line producer
Maria Ekerhovd .... producer
Ragna Nordhus Midtgard .... assistant producer
Original Music by
Ola Fløttum 
Cinematography by
Øystein Mamen 
Film Editing by
Frida Eggum Michaelsen 
Production Design by
Julie Asskildt 
Costume Design by
Julie Asskildt 
Makeup Department
Iselin Engan .... makeup artist
Production Management
Line Benedikte Iversen .... production manager
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Paul Tunge .... first assistant director
Art Department
Magne Nordaas .... assistant property master
Sound Department
Svein-Ketil Bjøntegård .... sound effects editor
Johannes Dekko .... additional foley editor
Johannes Dekko .... sound editor
Bent Holm .... re-recording mixer (as Bent Erik Holm)
Bent Holm .... sound designer (as Bent Erik Holm)
Bent Holm .... supervising sound editor (as Bent Erik Holm)
Stig Holte .... dialogue editor
Stig Holte .... sound effects editor
Daniel Lindvik .... sound effects editor
Espen Rønning .... re-recording mixer
Erik S. Watland .... foley artist
Erik S. Watland .... sound effects editor
Kristoffer Jørgensen .... stunt coordinator
Camera and Electrical Department
Daniell Ashby .... drone pilot
Martin Jørgensen Edelsteen .... gaffer
Jon-André Hakvåg .... assistant camera
Christian Karlsen .... best boy
Editorial Department
Julien Alary .... colorist
Dylan Richard Hopkin .... on-line editor
Pål Svennevig .... technical manager
Christian Vårdal .... digital intermediate editor
Location Management
Toni Nordli .... location scout
Eskil Dahl Pettersen .... location scout: additional voices
Magne Pettersen .... location manager

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Also Known As:
"Mot naturen" - Norway (original title)
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80 min
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A journey through the random senseless battle in Martin's head, 2 May 2015
Author: OJT from Norway

Out of nature (Original title: Ut mot naturen) is a different film from most. Much of the movie goes inside Martin's head, while we see what he is doing. As a narrative voice, we go through his random, and sometimes senseless, thoughts.

Martin is a man in the early 30'ies, married and has a son. He's happily married. Or is he? He's really not completely sure. He's going on a jogging trip up to the mountains. He looks forward to it, but is still having regrets for not going on a party and bad consciousness about not staying at home with his family. This is the start of the journey inside Martin's head. He's like the rest (or most?) of us. He thinks rapidly and sometimes have strange thoughts and stupid associations.

I must admit my head and thoughts works just like this. You sometimes have to battle thoughts and ideas, fears, pains, worries, regrets, bad consciousness, anger, fantasies, dreams, envy, happiness, struggle, satisfaction, excitement, awe... you name it. Whatever he does, he can'travel without his thoughts. His family is clearly with him while he is out in God's free nature.

Sometimes his thoughts are upright funny, even hilarious. The strong points of this film is recognition as well as the humor put into it. You'll never know when the humor occurs.

This is Ole Giæver's film. He has written it, produced it and is playing Martin in the main role. Often you can say that this isn't a very good idea, doing all this, but this film functions well. It's also been very much appreciated by both critics and cinema goers in Norway. The film premiered at TIFF in Toronto, where it got much acclaim. So it did at the Berlin Film Festival. Later on Ole Giæver won the prize for best male actor in Tromsø International Fim Festival, the Kanon-prize.

The film is also a nature-appreciation film. With nature in the area around Tromsø in the North of Norway. This film is a result of the growing film milieu in this area, and shows a innovative approach. The film is surprisingly interesting and grabs you more than you would expect. A good watch for the mind.

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