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To mistenkelige personer (1950)

| Crime , Drama
Two police officers lie dead. Ekstrøm and the youngster Gustav are on their flight. Originally a 1926 story, this film was banned for more than 50 years, due to a high court order banning the film for the sake of human privacy.

Director:

Tancred Ibsen

Writer:

Gunnar Larsen (novel)
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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Peter Lindgren ... Ekstrøm
Ivar Svendsen Ivar Svendsen ... Gustav
Britta Lech-Hanssen Britta Lech-Hanssen ... Anna
Bjarne Andersen Bjarne Andersen ... Ekstrøms far
Bjarne Bø Bjarne Bø ... Lensmannen
Kari Diesen Kari Diesen ... Nabokona
Einar Vaage Einar Vaage ... Løsgjenger
Henki Kolstad Henki Kolstad ... Løsgjenger
Joachim Holst-Jensen Joachim Holst-Jensen
Edvard Drabløs Edvard Drabløs ... Løsgjenger
Arvid Nilssen Arvid Nilssen ... Løsgjenger
Grace Grung Grace Grung
Nils Hald Nils Hald
Sverre Hansen Sverre Hansen
Turid Haaland Turid Haaland
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Two police officers lie dead. Ekstrøm and the youngster Gustav are on their flight. Originally a 1926 story, this film was banned for more than 50 years, due to a high court order banning the film for the sake of human privacy.

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Crime | Drama

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Country:

Norway

Language:

Norwegian

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Production Co:

Norsk Film See more »
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Sound Mix:

Mono

Aspect Ratio:

1.37 : 1
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Trivia

The movie is based on a documentary-crime novel by author Gunnar Larsen written in 1933, which in turn was based on a true story that shocked Norway. See more »

Alternate Versions

This film was never released in its original version. It turned up five years later - with some footage shelved and some added - as "Savnet siden mandag". See more »

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A Brilliant Norwegian Noir
11 June 2008 | by Gloede_The_SaintSee all my reviews

This movies style is like taken directly out of the German expressionism movement from the 20's and 30's mixed with the feel of Vitory De Sica's realism. These two art form mix graciously together and form a expression not too far away from the American Film Noir were the German expressionism is mixed with their more traditional crime genre. This cold yet on many levels heartbreaking film captures Norway perfectly and is not shy on showing my beautiful country around. You will also go into the minds of two criminals who have had their part in a murder and you will grow to feel for them, though perhaps still not like them.

I recommend this film to everyone who might have a taste for something a little different from the common noir and to every Norwegian who wants to see one of the best films we ever gave out.

My rating is 9.5/10, leaning towards 9 but still a 9.5. Now I'm a huge film buff with a taste for quality so I hope you will take my word for it : )

P.S. If I made any spelling mistakes it's because English is not my first language, as you might have understood I'm from and also currently living in Norway so do not let any mistakes pull my credibility down.

Thanks for listening/reading : )


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