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Jeg er din (2013)

Not Rated | | Drama | 16 August 2013 (Norway)
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Mina is a young single mother living in Oslo with her 6 year old son Felix. She is of Norwegian Pakistani descent with a troubled family relationship. Constantly looking for love, Mina ... See full summary »

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Iram Haq

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Cast overview, first billed only:
Amrita Acharia ... Mina
Ola Rapace ... Jesper
Prince Singh Prince Singh ... Felix
Rabia Noreen Rabia Noreen ... Samina
Trond Fausa ... Martin (as Trond Fausa Aurvåg)
Assad Siddique Assad Siddique ... Faren til Felix
Tobias Santelmann ... Dirk
Jesper Malm Jesper Malm ... Simon
Sudhir Kumar Kohli Sudhir Kumar Kohli ... Faren til Mina (as Sudhir Kohli)
Sara Khorami Sara Khorami ... Stemoren til Felix
Usha Patel Usha Patel ... Bestemor
Musse Hasselvall Musse Hasselvall ... Bokser
Vatch Wartanian Vatch Wartanian ... Bokser (as Vatche Wartanian)
Jon Sigurd Kristensen Jon Sigurd Kristensen ... Mann på rasteplass
Reyza Hoepers Reyza Hoepers ... Slektning av Mina
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Mina is a young single mother living in Oslo with her 6 year old son Felix. She is of Norwegian Pakistani descent with a troubled family relationship. Constantly looking for love, Mina seeks affections from the men she hooks up with. However, none of the relationships bear any hope of lasting very long. So when Mina meets Jesper, a Swedish film director, she falls head over heels in love. Written by MER FILM

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16 August 2013 (Norway) See more »

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I Am Yours See more »

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Official submission of Norway to the Oscars 2014 best foreign language film category. See more »

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Dance, Dance, Dance
Performed by Lykke Li
Licensed by courtesy of Warner Music UK Limited and EMI Music Norway AS.
Written by Bjorn Yttling and Lykke Li Zachrisson
Licensed by courtesy of EMI Blackwood Music Inc. Obo EMI Music Publishing Scandinavia AB
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"Humane, incisive and unorthodox..."
5 December 2013 | by Sindre KaspersenSee all my reviews

Pakistani-Norwegian screenwriter, actress and director Iram Haq's feature film debut which she wrote, is somewhat inspired by personal experiences. It premiered in Norway, was screened in the Feature Films section at the 55th Nordic Film Days Lübeck in 2013, in the Discovery section at the 38th Toronto International Film Festival in 2013, was shot on location in Oslo, Norway and Stockholm, Sweden and is a Norwegian production which was produced by Norwegian producer Maria Ekerhovd. It tells the story about a twenty-seven-year-old aspiring Norwegian actress from Pakistan named Mina who lives in an apartment in the capital city of Norway with her six-year-old son named Felix whom she has shared custody of. Mina is searching for something which she is looking to find in a man, and when she one day after having attended a casting audition is approached by a Swedish screenwriter and director named Jesper who lives in the capital city of Sweden, she thinks she might have found it.

Distinctly and finely directed by Norwegian filmmaker Iram Haq, this quietly paced fictional tale which is narrated from multiple viewpoints though mostly from the main character's point of view, draws an authentic and increasingly heartrending portrayal of a single mother whom after getting herself a boyfriend begins balancing her attention, an adolescent son who naturally becomes found of the new man in his mothers' life and begins worrying that her love for him has changed and a Swedish man who becomes somewhat hesitant when he gets a feeling of family life and is regarded as a potential father-figure. While notable for its naturalistic and atmospheric milieu depictions, reverent and low-keyed cinematography by Polish cinematographer Marek Septimus Wieser and Norwegian cinematographer Cecilie Semec, production design by Norwegian production designer Ann Kristin Talleraas and fine costume design by costume designer Ida Toft, this character-driven and narrative-driven story about the combination of self-realization and motherhood where a person who although being criticized by her family who thinks she should marry a man they regard as appropriate, stands her ground and follows her ambitions, depicts a courageously internal and reflective study of character and contains a great and timely score by composer Even Vaa.

This warmly humorous, eloquently understated and modestly romantic indie which is set mostly in Oslo, Norway in the 21st century, which has been chosen as Norway's official submission to the Academy Award for Best Foreign Language Film at the 86th Academy Awards in 2014 and where a woman who is what she is and does what she does isn't really appreciated by anyone except her only child, gradually notices that her ambitions is overshadowing the single and most valuable being in her life, is impelled and reinforced by its cogent narrative structure, substantial character development, subtle continuity, poignant instrumental tones, distinct realism, scenes between Mina and Felix, comment by, in this case, a man : "We can be friends, right?", the prominent and reverent acting performance by Norwegian actress Amrita Acharia and the fine acting performances by Swedish actor Ola Rapace and Pakistani-Norwegian actor Assad Siddique. A humane, incisive and unorthodox Norwegian drama.


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