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Sing Me to Sleep (2011)

Robert, a 45 year old postal worker lives at home with his sick mother. Wanting to fulfill his mothers last wish, Robert goes on a desperate search to find a girlfriend...Or at least someone who will pretend to be.

Director:

Magnus Meyer Arnesen (as Magnus Arnesen)

Writer:

Magnus Meyer Arnesen (as Magnus Arnesen)
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Cast

Credited cast:
Jan Devo Kornstad Jan Devo Kornstad ... Robert
Jorunn Kjellsby Jorunn Kjellsby ... Berit - the Mother
Andrine Sæther Andrine Sæther ... Ingrid
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Kjersti Elvik Kjersti Elvik ... Marit
Jon Ketil Johnsen Jon Ketil Johnsen
Sylwia Juszczak
Kjersti Sandal Kjersti Sandal ... Karen
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Robert, a 45 year old postal worker lives at home with his sick mother. Wanting to fulfill his mothers last wish, Robert goes on a desperate search to find a girlfriend...Or at least someone who will pretend to be.

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Genres:

Short | Comedy | Drama

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Country:

Poland | Norway

Language:

Norwegian

Release Date:

12 November 2011 (Greece) See more »

Also Known As:

Syng meg i søvn See more »

Filming Locations:

Bergen, Hordaland, Norway See more »

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Color
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A heart-warming triumph
23 August 2010 | by Robert ChalmersSee all my reviews

An extremely moving piece of work sensitively acted and directed in an outstanding location which accentuates the grandeur of nature and the frailty of mere humans but also the magic that makes life worth the effort and gives us optimism. The main character, Robert, manages to convey a wide range of emotions with a minimum of gesture and expression and I will be looking out for some work by this excellent actor. I have given this short film 10 out of 10 on the basis that I cannot see how it could possibly be improved and it tackles a complex aspect of the human condition with superb insight that we all can identify with ease. Highly recommended.


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