Researching a book that takes her to Bali and the black magic cult of Leák, Cathy meets an evil witch which promises to train her in the dark arts. Tricked, Cathy is turned into a ... See full summary »
H. Tjut Djalil
Ilona Agathe Bastian,
Several of the props and costumes are based on original designs and sketches by writer/director Thomas Cappelen Malling. The fully functioning watch worn by actor Mads Ousdal in the movie was both designed and built by Cappelen Malling. See more »
The following animals are credited in the film's end credits: Sapphire (as "Reven"), Dina (as "Tootsie"), Obama (as "Det sorte fåret"), Ask, Varg and Irgas (as "Ulvene"), Elgvin (as "Elg-oksen"), Svea (as "Elg-kalven"), Rødpus and Katja (as "Gaupene") and finally Fia (as "Fjellreven"). See more »
This movie hits you with memorable events of the Norwegian 80's. And makes it a bit exciting and very funny. I guess that if you are born prior to or during the early 80's (preferably in Norway) you'll find this movie nostalgic and hilarious.
The director and crew has done an excellent job in utilizing special effects to make it look like the 80's. Why compete with the $100 million budget block buster movies (that time forgets in an instant). When you can make a funny movie that just as well as the story, the props and special effects make the movie memorable.
The only down side to this movie might be that foreigners will most likely not pick up on all of the 80's nostalgia and thus not understand all the humor. But this movie is very watchable anyway.
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