A faithful dramatization of the real life hostage drama that shook Norway in 1994. On September 28th, 1994, two Swedish men robbed a bank in the small Norwegian town of Larvik. Soon, with a... See full summary »
Gunder Jomann lives in the small place of Elvestad. He prepares to receive his wife, Poona Bai, who he met and married in India. Gunder gets delayed when his sister is injured in a car ... See full summary »
A party ends in horror as a teenage girl is shot by her boyfriend. Friends Zipp and Andreas flee from the scene, apparantly just innocent witnesses to the crime. A lonely middle-aged woman ... See full summary »
I liked these four episodes of "Se deg ikke tilbake" because I have always like Sejer, and I liked the psychological plot, but I liked this movie mainly because of this line and scene: The mentally retarded Raymond has to drown an injured rabbit, but he is unable to force himself to do this. Then his father who always lies in his bed says these very words: If you do not drown that rabbit, Raymond, I will rise to my feet, and you know what will happen then, do you not, Raymond? And this threat frightens Raymond so much that he drowns the rabbit. To me, this line will forever stand as the best threat ever made, and it is also the reason why I give it 8 of 10 points. Without it, this movie would not have deserved more than 6 points.
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