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Jan Edgar Fjell,
Kai Helge Hansen
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Håkon T. Nielsen,
Evelyn Rasmussen Osazuwa,
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Swedish intelligence agent Carl Hamilton gets busy when it is discovered that a group of Soviet rebels intend to smuggle a nuclear weapons robot through Sweden. Carl and his colleague must risk life and limb to stop the uprising.
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Based on the commercial for the phone company Telenor, the actors in the commercial are the ones used in the movie as well, and this is their first ever appearance on the movie screen See more »
Wanna listen to some Music?
[Puts on CD, music starts playing]
Is that Neil Young?
[Music: "I was wandering in the dark, when Jesus called me to salvation..."]
Turn that music off!
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This movie is actually so poor in its desperate attempts at being "feel good" and casual it really made me embarrassed watching it. I can't imagine how the inner circle of Norwegian celebs and press must have felt trying to pretend to like it at the star-packed premiere. Its great media reviews is a sickening example of how ridiculously small and inbred the Norwegian media scene is. Had a foreign film of this quality reached the silver screen it would have gotten the rain of rotten tomatoes it truly deserves.
The combination of literally amateur actors, home-made style visual effects, awkward dialogue, painfully idle attempts at working class humour and the overly cozy and meaningless plot, really makes this a movie of rock bottom quality. Stay away.
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