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Ulvenatten (2008)

Ulvenatten is a movie starring Anneke von der Lippe, Dejan Cukic, and Jørgen Langhelle. Under a live TV debate a group of Chechen takes several hostages, and demands that it is shown live across the world. We follow the dram from 22 at night to 08 next morning.

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... Kristin Bye
... Ramzan Jevlojev
... Bjørnar Lehmann
Christian Skolmen ... Thomas Fjell
Ingar Helge Gimle ... Aksel Schjeldrup
Ramadan Huseini ... Aslan
Geir-Atle Johnsen ... Bernt Bøhn
Kalle Øby ... Frank Berthelsen
Kim Haugen ... Statsminister
... Justisminister (as Terje Strømdal)
Henrik Mestad ... Nyhetsredaktør
... Vidar Bø
Siri Lill Mannes ... TV2-reporter
Erik Hivju ... Statssekretær
Martha Kjørven ... Anette Wiik
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Under a live TV debate a group of Chechen takes several hostages, and demands that it is shown live across the world. We follow the dram from 22 at night to 08 next morning.

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In one scene the journalist played by Henrik Mestad receives live video feed from the hostage bus on his cell-phone. When this takes place you can spot another bearded journalist sitting behind him, working. This is screenwriter - and the author of the original novel - Tom Egeland. See more »

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Dejan Cukic make this a nice movie, but some Norwegian actors' makes it bad too.
25 December 2010 | by See all my reviews

What can i say about this movie? Well, to start off with, Dejan Cukic is a great actor, i can't believe why he isn't an Hollywood star !

The movie starts a little bit to 'fast', they don't give us to much information about the whole Tjetsjenia deal, but it's not to dangerous.

The guy who play "Thomas Fjell" must be the worst actor i've ever seen in my whole life, he barely can speak English and it sound's as if he is talking to an child when he talk to the terrorists.

BUT, it's not often you see this kind of film from Norway, so in one way i'm really impressed, all in all i give it 6/10

U cant compare this with great Hollywood titles though ...


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