Two brothers in their 40s are found dead in the forest. By their side lies a woman, very weak, but still alive. "All that matters is past" is the story of how Janne meets William after many... See full summary »
Inga Berger Schou,
As young children, half-siblings Axel and Yanne are adopted to Norway. They are separated on arrival, he to material wealth on Oslo's west side, she to an average family on the east side. ... See full summary »
Mads Sjøgård Pettersen
The bride finds a baby on the toilet floor in the hotel. 16 years later the girl turns upon her doorstep, in need to find her biological parents. A funny, touching story about how sex, lies and biology created a beautiful flower, Rosemari.
Following her son's death, Victoria moves to a small community to work as a doctor at the local clinic. She attempts to forget and move on with her life but find it impossible when a local boy is found dead in the snow and Victoria must tell the boy's parents. Police quickly explains it as an accident but Victoria finds that there is something strange about the whole affair.Written by
There is not a wasted word in this quiet and contemplative movie. Deep, crippling grief overpowers Victoria,a doctor, after death of her young son. Her pain is so overwhelming that she runs away from her home and life to a small town, during freezing winter. She spends her days working and grieving. In flashbacks we slowly discover what really happened. Actress Annika Hallin gave us an immaculate performance. With small understated movements and minute gestures she manages more than many an actress could with a waterfall of tears. Her frozen face and sad eyes bring the devastating pain that her character feels to every viewer.Powerful movie from Norway that will stay with us for a long time.
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