The Saboteurs (2015– )
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While the Nazis are working on the first atomic bomb, the saboteur-group Grouse, is put together of local resistance. They are to assist English commando-forces in blowing up the heavy ... See full summary »

Director:

Per-Olav Sørensen

Writers:

Lars Kristian Andersen (script development) (as Lars Andersen), Mette M. Bølstad (script development) | 4 more credits »
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Episode credited cast:
Christoph Bach ... Werner Heisenberg
Peri Baumeister ... Elisabeth Heisenberg
Espen Reboli Bjerke Espen Reboli Bjerke ... Jomar Brun
Torstein Bjørklund ... Arne Kjelstrup
Andreas Döhler ... Kurt Diebner
Endre Ellefsen Endre Ellefsen ... Hans Storhaug
Ole Christoffer Ertvaag ... Birger Strømsheim
Eirik Evjen Eirik Evjen ... Kasper Idland
Anna Friel ... Julie Smith
Ragnhild H. Myntevik Ragnhild H. Myntevik ... Astrid (as Ragnhild Myntevik)
Benjamin Helstad ... Jens-Anton Poulsson
Jim High ... Drill Sergeant
Robert Hunger-Bühler ... Emil Leeb
Espen Klouman Høiner ... Leif Tronstad (as Espen Klouman-Høiner)
Bjørn Iversen Bjørn Iversen ... German officer
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While the Nazis are working on the first atomic bomb, the saboteur-group Grouse, is put together of local resistance. They are to assist English commando-forces in blowing up the heavy water facility. Heisenberg's friendship with Bohr ends. Written by OJT

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Genres:

Drama | History | War

Certificate:

TV-14 | See all certifications »
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Country:

Norway

Language:

Norwegian

Release Date:

4 January 2015 (Norway) See more »

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16:9 HD
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Gliders are shown being towed to the landing site for the assault on the heavy water plant "Operation Grouse" which took place in 1942. However, the gliders have the black-and-white D-Day invasion stripes on them, which didn't happen until 1944. See more »

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