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Thomas Hylland Eriksen og historien om origamijenta (2005)

A film which is supposed to be political, but changes to be more and more interested in the girl who tries to find the meaning of live with origami - all while the philosopher Eriksen explains market liberalism.

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Dag Johan Haugerud
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Cast

Credited cast:
Henriette Steenstrup Henriette Steenstrup ... Origamijenta
Jan Gunnar Røise ... Fortelleren (voice)
Thomas Hylland Eriksen Thomas Hylland Eriksen ... Sosialantropolog
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Thorbjørn Harr ... Anders
Anne Marit Jacobsen Anne Marit Jacobsen ... The Fortune Lady
Linn Skåber Linn Skåber ... The Sister
Silje Torp Silje Torp ... Eva Larsen (as Silje Torp Færavaag)
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A film which is supposed to be political, but changes to be more and more interested in the girl who tries to find the meaning of live with origami - all while the philosopher Eriksen explains market liberalism.

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Comedy | Drama

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Official Sites:

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Country:

Norway

Language:

Norwegian

Release Date:

10 June 2005 (Norway) See more »

Also Known As:

The Professor and the Story of the Origami Girl See more »

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Mikrofilm See more »
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Color
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Finding meaning in these "new labour" times
4 July 2005 | by AtavistenSee all my reviews

The validity of the term democracy is asked. Western governments cling to the term and defend it, but how much is really up to the people and not to the money power? What does individuality thinking in place of collectivity mean? What is meaning? A director asks these questions and consults a famous Norwegian social anthropologist to help him find answers. While doing a interview he instead catch interest in a girl who finds purpose in paper folding - origami.

Its an ambitious movie and doesn't quite get where it wants to, of course that was to be expected both of us and the producers. Still it gets a kind of meaning across. Its absolutely worth seeing and the filmmakers will come up with something real good in the future.


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