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Skumringslandet (2014)

The investigation of a mysterious serial-killer in a mountain village, set in Norway in the mid 1300's.


Paul Magnus Lundø


Paul Magnus Lundø, Ronnie Larsen (co-writer)


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Credited cast:
Leif Nygaard Leif Nygaard ... Vilhelm
Kim Bodnia ... Bergtor
Ewen Bremner ... Rabbi Dunbar
Sverre Anker Ousdal ... Gardar
Jørgen Langhelle ... Sysselmannen
Nils Utsi Nils Utsi ... Finnjerv
Elisabeth Sand Elisabeth Sand ... Hildegunn
Andreas Wilson ... Ansgar
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Lars Mogens Aase Lars Mogens Aase ... Chef
Thomas Aske Berg
Gerd Julie Fjell Gerd Julie Fjell ... Nun
Marianne Mæland Fredbo Marianne Mæland Fredbo
Fredrik Finne Halvorsen Fredrik Finne Halvorsen ... Villager
Espen Hana Espen Hana ... The Innkeeper
Jan Håkon Hansen Jan Håkon Hansen ... Villager


The investigation of a mysterious serial-killer in a mountain village, set in Norway in the mid 1300's.

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In medieval Europe it's more than plague that ravaged the lands.


Crime | Fantasy | Mystery






Norwegian | Danish | English

Release Date:

10 October 2014 (Norway) See more »

Also Known As:

The Veil of Twilight See more »

Filming Locations:

Rogaland, Norway


Box Office


NOK 8,500,000 (estimated)
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Company Credits

Production Co:

Motlys,Vidvinkel Film See more »
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Did You Know?


During a location shoot of a storm, three of the crew members were washed off shore by a massive wave. The storm, named "Berit", was one of the biggest in Norway's recorded history. See more »

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Counting Ansgars
4 March 2015 | by Rune TonderSee all my reviews

What a sorry piece of film this was. Adjusted for a small budget yes, but come on - the creative forces in production and acting were so weak. The story is lame and confusing and the acting sucks.

That Goes for everyone except Kim Bodnia. Sad to see such a good actor riding out his career by catching crappy gigs in low budget productions. The setting for this movie - 12th Century Norway, recently christened by the sword - presents lots of opportunities for a good movie on a small budget. Was this achieved? No. Were dialogues and acting at times awkward? Yes. Did you get fed up of Ansgar before even seeing him? Indeed

If, by curiosity you decide to watch this movie - they the Only way to enjoy the film is to turn it into a drinking game. Every time the name Ansgar is spoken - your Choice of liquid comes bottom up! Raise the stakes by shotting Absinthe every time the protagonist looks perplexed and stupid while uttering his brothers name.

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