a-Ha The Movie

a-ha The Movie follows Morten Harket, Pål Waaktaar-Savoy and Magne Furuholmen on tour. It tells the story of three teenagers who dreamed of becoming world-famous pop stars. When “Take On Me” topped the Billboard charts in 1985, the dream came true. They are still hugely popular, 35 years after the breakthrough. With unique access to the band, as well as the use of unknown archive material, the documentary tells how three very different creative personalities have given us great music and international success. But the film also shows how sky-high musical ambitions have led to conflict and troubled friendships for decades. Can they create music together again?

  • Program
  • Original title
    a-ha The Movie
  • Director
    Thomas Robsahm, Aslaug Holm
  • Producer
    Yngve Sæther, Thomas Robsahm
  • Photo
    Aslaug Holm
  • Actors
    Morten Harket, Paul Waaktaar-Savoy, Magne Furuholmen
  • Playtime
    1 h 39 min
  • Year
    2021
  • Country
    Norway
  • Age limit
    All ages admitted
  • Production
    Motlys
  • Distributor
    Euforia Film

Apples

Pandemics come in all shapes and forms. In Apples, the world has been hit by a pandemic that causes sudden memory loss. Aris, a single man in his late thirties, falls victim to this inexplicable wave. He enlists in a recovery program designed to help those affected who have not been picked up by family, build new identities. This film is a dystopian black comedy by Christos Nikou, Yorgos Lanthimos’ protégé – as known from the Greek weird wave in recent times. The same signature is here. A haunting, witty and disconnected style. If you’re digging the absurdity of Dogtooth and The Lobster, Apples will be a tasteful experience.

NB: This film will be shown with Norwegian subtitles.

  • Program
  • Original title
    Mila
  • Director
    Christos Nikou
  • Producer
    Aris Dagios, Iraklis Mavroidis, Christos Nikou
  • Writers
    Christos Nikou, Stavros Raptis
  • Photo
    Bartosz Swiniarski
  • Actors
    Aris Servetalis, Sofia Georgovassili, Anna Kalaitzidou
  • Playtime
    1 t 31 min
  • Year
    2020
  • Country
    Hellas
  • Age limit
    6 years
  • Production
    Boo Productions
  • Distributor
    Norsk Film Distribusjon

Bad Luck Banging or Loony Porn

This year’s winner of the Golden Bear Award during the Berlinal International Film Festival is not for the faint of heart. It starts straight away with porn. Emi works as a teacher at a high school. Her career is at stake when a sex tape of her is leaked online, something the school and the parents of her students find out about. What follows is confusion and prejudice. This wild film takes the history of the genitals, politics, the coronavirus and the history of Romania into an interaction of absurd dimensions. It combines fiction (and even documentary) in a groundbreaking format. Completely uncensored! 

 

 

  • Program
  • Original title
    Babardeala cu bucluc sau porno balamuc
  • Director
    Radu Jude
  • Producer
    Ada Solomon
  • Writers
    Radu Jude
  • Photo
    Marius Panduru
  • Actors
    Katia Pascariu, Claudia Ieremia, Olimpia Malai, Nicodim Ungureanu, Alexandru Potocean, Andi Vasluianu, Oana Maria Zaharia
  • Playtime
    1 h 46 min
  • Year
    2021
  • Country
    Romania
  • Age limit
    18 years
  • Distributor
    AS Fidalgo

CODA

As a CODA (Child of Deaf Adults), Ruby is the only hearing person in her deaf family. When the family’s fishing business is threatened, Ruby is torn between pursuing her love of music and the fear of leaving her parents. Screenwriter and director Sian Heder follows Ruby’s struggles and emotions during this turbulent youth. Emilia Jones in the role of Ruby is both witty, charming and confident. With Oscar winner Marlee Matlin in the role of the mother as well, makes this is a heartwarming human symphony of humor, a beautiful script (adapted by the French film The Family Béliér) and good acting performances.

  • Program
  • Original title
    CODA
  • Director
    Sian Heder
  • Producer
    Patrick Wachsberger, Philippe Rousselet, Fabrice Gianfermi, Sarah Borch-Jacobsen, Ardavan Safaee
  • Writers
    Sian Heder
  • Photo
    Paula Huidobro
  • Actors
    Emilia Jones, Eugenio Derbez, Troy Kotsur, Ferdia Walsh-Peelo, Daniel Durant, Marlee Matlin
  • Playtime
    1 h 51 min
  • Year
    2021
  • Country
    USA
  • Age limit
    12 years
  • Production
    Vendome Pictures, Pathé Films, Picture Perfect Federation
  • Distributor
    Nordisk Film Distribusjon

Fabian: Going to the Dogs

We’re thrown into 1930s Germany. An educated academic named Dr. Jakob Fabian works for a cigarette company during the day and at night he walks the city streets, visiting brothels. He is a distant type who falls in love with Cornelia, a lawyer who has ambitions to become an actress. As her career begins to blossom, the prospects for his future begin to wane. Despite a runtime of almost three hours, director Dominik Graf engages you in an spellbinding story where he uses multiple techniques (archive material, split screens and different recording methods). This is a romantic melodrama with the backdrop of the unstoppable rise of Nazism.

  • Program
  • Original title
    Fabian: Going to the Dogs
  • Director
    Dominik Graf
  • Producer
    Felix von Boehm
  • Writers
    Erich Kästner, Dominik Graf, Constantin Lieb
  • Photo
    Hanno Lentz
  • Actors
    Tom Schilling, Albrecht Schuch, Saskia Rosendahl, Meret Becker, Eva Medusa Gühne
  • Playtime
    2 h 56 min
  • Year
    2021
  • Country
    Germany
  • Age limit
    12 years
  • Production
    ARTE, Amilux Film, Lupa Film, Studio Babelsberg, Zweites Deutsches Fernsehen (ZDF)
  • Distributor
    Another World Entertainment

Gagarine

16-year-old Yuri lives in the Gagarine building (Cité Gagarine) on the outskirts of Paris – a classic “Soviet Bloc” residential complex to be demolished. This is a real building that was set up during the communist period and started the demolition process in 2019. The film deals with Yuri’s feelings for his old home. He therefore joins a demonstration group when he hears about the demolition plans. Together with friends Diana and Houssam, they begin various projects in an attempt to prevent the destruction of what Yuri considers his “spaceship”. After all, the film draws parallels to the name behind the Gagarine building: the cosmonaut Yuri Gagarin. This movie is an introspective and dreamy flight in its narrative form and use of images.

  • Program
  • Original title
    Gagarine
  • Director
    Fanny Liatard, Jérémy Trouilh
  • Producer
    Carole Scotta, Julie Billy
  • Writers
    Fanny Liatard, Benjamin Charbit, Jérémy Trouilh
  • Actors
    Alséni Bathily, Lyna Khoudri, Jamil McCraven, Finnegan Oldfield, Farida Rahouadj, Denis Lavant
  • Playtime
    1 h 38 min
  • Year
    2020
  • Country
    France
  • Age limit
    9 years
  • Production
    Haut et Court
  • Distributor
    Selmer Media

I’m Your Man

Alma is a researcher at the famous Pergamon Museum in Berlin. In order to obtain research funding for the studies, she accepts an offer to participate in an unusual experiment. For three weeks she has to live with a humanoid robot with artificial intelligence that is designed to look like her ideal life partner. His name is Tom and he does like internet algorithms today: Analyzes the user’s interests and gives them more of what they already like. I’m Your Man twists the classic romantic comedy into smart and charming science fiction. This is a game about what life and consciousness are. A witty look at the future of the human connection created through the achievements of Maren Eggert and Dan Stevens (in a German role!)

  • Program
  • Original title
    Ich bin dein Mensch
  • Director
    Maria Schrader
  • Producer
    Lisa Blumenberg, Benedict Brandt, Marcus Kreuz, Maria Schrader, Dan Stevens
  • Writers
    Jan Schomburg, Maria Schrader, Emma Braslavsky
  • Photo
    Benedict Neuenfels
  • Actors
    Maren Eggert, Dan Stevens, Sandra Hüller
  • Playtime
    1 t 45 min
  • Year
    2021
  • Country
    Tyskland
  • Age limit
    6 years
  • Production
    Letterbox Filmproduktion
  • Distributor
    Arthaus

Little Girl

Sasha is a little girl born as a boy in a small town in France. “When I grow up, I’ll be a girl,” Sasha tells her parents. When Sasha is 7 years old, her parents have realized that this was not just a phase. They do their utmost to make society accept her for who she is, but the understanding and acceptance from the school, the dance school and the parents of the other children is lacking. This touching film sheds light on a very current and important topic that creates strong engagement, and contributes to debate with a perspective that in many ways has been lacking. One which is absolutely crucial to think about how we as a society should relate to gender dysphoria; namely how this is experienced for the child.

  • Program
  • Original title
    Petite fille
  • Director
    Sébastien Lifshitz
  • Producer
    Monica Hellstrøm, Muriel Meynard, Fabrice Puchault
  • Writers
    Sébastien Lifshitz
  • Photo
    Paul Guilhaume
  • Playtime
    1 h 30 min
  • Year
    2020
  • Country
    France
  • Age limit
    Available for all ages
  • Production
    ARTE, Agat Films & Cie
  • Distributor
    Selmer Media

Margrete – Queen of the North

The year is 1402, and a woman is at the forefront of a new Nordic kingdom. Margrete I has united Denmark, Norway and Sweden in a union, which she manages independently through her adopted son, King Erik. The union is surrounded by enemies, and Margrete is therefore planning a marriage between Erik and the English princess Philippa. An alliance with England will be able to strengthen the Kalmar Union and secure it against attack. But a conspiracy is underway, which puts Margrete in an impossible dilemma, which could cost her everything.

  • Program
  • Original title
    Margrete den første
  • Director
    Charlotte Sieling
  • Producer
    Birgitte Skov, Lars Bredo Rahbek
  • Writers
    Charlotte Sieling, Jesper Fink, Maya Ilsøe
  • Photo
    Rasmus Videbæk
  • Actors
    Trine Dyrholm, Søren Malling, Morten Hee Andersen, Jakob Oftebro, Bjørn Floberg, Magnus Krepper
  • Playtime
    2 h
  • Year
    2021
  • Country
    Denmark, Norway
  • Age limit
    12 years
  • Distributor
    SF Studios

Mind of Modernism

Mind of Modernism brings you on a meditative and smooth journey through Norwegian architecture. In this film, Paul Tunge and photographer Egil Håskjold Larsen venture out into the public and into rooms, to explore modernist buildings in Norwegian society. This audiovisual journey is composed of three short films: Ad Astra, Bauta and Platform. In Ad Astra you will see brutalist church architecture, which is in stark contrast to the traditional church we all know. In Bauta you will soar around Oslo and observe concrete public buildings, while in Platform you will enter modern villas. Sound and image exist in a calm (but also chilling) symbiosis in this portrait of modernistic buildings.

  • Program
  • Original title
    Mind of Modernism
  • Director
    Paul Tunge, Egil Håskjold Larsen
  • Producer
    Ingvild Evjemo
  • Photo
    Paul Tunge, Egil Håskjold Larsen, Patrick Safstrøm
  • Playtime
    1 h 10 min
  • Year
    2021
  • Country
    Norway
  • Age limit
    All ages admitted
  • Distributor
    4 1/2

Natural Light

A dark, “down in the mud” thriller through swamps and pale landscapes. It is the main character István Semetka who is “the natural light” in this war film. He is a simple Hungarian farmer who is in the occupied Soviet Union during World War II. During the war, he is a lieutenant in a special unit that hunts for partisan groups. On his way to a remote village, his troop falls under enemy fire. When the boss is killed, Semetka must overcome the fear and take command of the unit when he is dragged into a chaos that he can not control. The film consists of aesthetically depressing and striking images that bring out the realism of war through mud, dirty clothes and frozen feet.

  • Program
  • Original title
    Természetes fény
  • Director
    Dénes Nagy
  • Producer
    Melanie Blocksdorf, Caroline Piras, Marcell Gerö, Sára László, Inese Boka-Grūbe
  • Writers
    Nagy Dénes
  • Photo
    Tamás Dobos
  • Actors
    Ferenc Szabó, Tamás Garbacz, László Bajkó
  • Playtime
    1 h 43 min
  • Year
    2021
  • Country
    Hungary
  • Age limit
    15 years
  • Production
    Campfilm
  • Distributor
    Another World Entertainment

Nowhere Special

The window washer John has dedicated his life to raising his 3-year-old son Michael, whose mother left them shortly after birth. John is sick, with only a few months left to live. He will try to find a new family for Michael, but at the same time protect him from the awful reality. Initially, he is sure that he knows what he is looking for in a perfect family, but gradually he is overwhelmed by doubt. How can he judge a family by a brief encounter? And does he know his own child well enough to make this choice? Nowhere Special is an extremely moving film about father and son. Here you just have to take out the handkerchiefs.

  • Program
  • Original title
    Nowhere Special
  • Director
    Uberto Pasolini
  • Producer
    Chris Martin, Cristian Nicolescu, Uberto Pasolini, Roberto Sessa
  • Writers
    Uberto Pasolini
  • Actors
    James Norton, Daniel Lamont, Eileen O'Higgins
  • Playtime
    1 h 36 min
  • Year
    2021
  • Country
    United Kingdom
  • Age limit
    6 years
  • Production
    Picomedia, Digital Cube
  • Distributor
    Norsk Film Distribusjon

Oh, It Hertz!

Oh, It Hertz! is a sensual deep dive into the sounds we surround ourselves with. The collective experience of sound. Documentary filmmaker Gunnar Hall Jensen collaborates with sound researcher and vocalist Laurie Amat in this exploration. Here we meet sound experts from all over the world, who give us both a personal approach to sound, but also a scientific perspective. This film is like a engaging music lesson where you will explore what the Nazis achieved when they changed the standard frequency of the A-tone from 432 to 440 Hertz. What does sound do to us? Can it manipulate us and be used as a weapon? And even more frightening, what did the Nazis know about this?

  • Program
  • Original title
    Oh, It Hertz!
  • Director
    Gunnar Hall Jensen
  • Photo
    Måns Berthas
  • Playtime
    1 h 27 min
  • Year
    2021
  • Country
    Norway
  • Age limit
    All ages admitted
  • Distributor
    UPNorth Film

Petite Maman

Following the masterpiece Portrait of a Woman on Fire, director Céline Sciamma moves to another vulnerable theme. Eight-year-old Nelly has just lost her beloved grandmother and is helping her parents clean her mother’s childhood home. She explores the house and the surrounding forest area. Marion, her mother, used to play there and build the wooden house Nelly has heard so much about. The mother disappears and then Nelly meets a girl at her age in the woods, who is building a wooden house. Sciamma wraps a lot of emotions in the short runtime. This is a genuine reflection on childhood and the relationship with a mother.

  • Program
  • Original title
    Petite Maman
  • Director
    Céline Sciamma
  • Producer
    Bénédicte Couvreur, Claire Langmann, Cécile Négrier
  • Writers
    Céline Sciamma
  • Photo
    Paul Guilhaume
  • Actors
    Joséphine Sanz, Gabrielle Sanz, Nina Meurisse
  • Playtime
    1 h 12 min
  • Year
    2021
  • Country
    France
  • Age limit
    6 years
  • Production
    Lilies Films
  • Distributor
    Arthaus

Seyran Ateş: Sex, Revolution and Islam

Seyran Ateş grew up in Berlin as a young Muslim girl, fighting against oppression. Since then, she has strived to reorganize Islam. Now she is a lawyer, feminist and one of the first female imams in Europe, working for a sexual revolution within the religion. Among other things, she is opening the first mosque without gender segregation. Here we get to know how wise, energetic and tough this woman is. Especially in a time of countless online threats. The humanitarian focus of this radical woman is highlighted in a personal documentary, which draws on the revolutionary thoughts of the hippie movement in the 1960s, as well as the terror and right-wing extremism in Norway on July 22, 2011.

  • Program
  • Original title
    Seyran Ates: Sex, Revolution and Islam
  • Director
    Nefise Özkal Lorentzen
  • Producer
    Jørgen Lorentzen
  • Writers
    Nefise Özkal Lorentzen
  • Photo
    Anders Hoft
  • Actors
    Seyran Ateş
  • Playtime
    1 t 21 min
  • Year
    2021
  • Country
    Norge
  • Age limit
    All ages admitted
  • Distributor
    Integral Film

Stay Home

Everything turned upside down in 2020. It was the year when people all over the world were forced to stop and adapt to a new everyday life. Stay home allows us to join the homes of 11 children and young people from eight countries in different continents during the first year of the pandemic, from March 2020 to January 2021. The film shows not only the degree to which they turn the world upside down, but also that they all shares a common concern for the world and a strong need for hope – despite very different lives and circumstances. Together, they weave a global narrative about the consequences of lockdown. The production company Fuglene has co-produced a serial version of the film for the web with aftenposten.no, and will now have its Norwegian premiere of the feature film in Haugesund.

  • Program
  • Original title
    Vi blir hjemme
  • Director
    Maren Victoria Thingnæs, Marianne Mørk
  • Producer
    Kari Anne Moe, Gudmundur Gunnarsson
  • Writers
    Maren Victoria Thingnæs, Marianne Mørk
  • Photo
    The young actors themselves, directed by: Thingnæs, Mørk
  • Playtime
    1 h 25 min
  • Year
    2021
  • Country
    Norway
  • Age limit
    All ages admitted
  • Production
    Fuglene AS

Sun Children

12-year-old Ali and his three friends all work hard to survive and support their families. They do small jobs in a garage and commit petty crimes to make quick money. Then Ali gets the chance of a lifetime. He is entrusted with finding a hidden treasure underground. He recruits his gang, but first, to gain access to the tunnel, the children must enroll in Sun School, a charity that tries to educate street children and child laborers near where the treasure is located. Director Majid Majidi, known from the fantastic Children of Heaven, once again brings brilliant and naturalistic children’s acting packed in a solid script. In terms of genre, it balances between a tearful drama about child labor and an exciting heist film.

  • Program
  • Original title
    Khorshid
  • Director
    Majid Majidi
  • Producer
    Amir Banan, Majid Majidi
  • Writers
    Majid Majidi, Nima Javidi
  • Photo
    Hooman Behmanesh
  • Actors
    Roohollah Zamani, Ali Nassirian, Javad Ezati, Tannaz Tabatabaei
  • Playtime
    1 h 39 min
  • Year
    2020
  • Country
    Iran
  • Age limit
    12 years
  • Production
    Majid Majidi Film Production
  • Distributor
    Storytelling

Swan Song

Pat Pitsenbarger (Udo Kier) is a retired hairdresser. One day he leaves the retirement home to do a new hair assignment for one of his old customers. A rich and recently deceased lady, who needs some hair care in connection with her funeral. Pat reminisces about his flamboyant glory days. At the retirement home, he has felt empty and lost, but when he finally gets out, the vibrant energy wakes up again. You’ve never seen Udo Kier in a role like this. He rocks the “look” with mascara, lipstick, Cinderella shoes, rings and fedora. Swan Song is lifted by the fabulous lead role and reflects on the gay environment, both in the past and present. All with a twinkle in the eye.

  • Program
  • Original title
    Swan Song
  • Director
    Todd Stephens
  • Producer
    Todd Stephens, Rhet Topham, Stephen Israel, Eric Eisenbrey, Drew Sklar, Jay Michael Fraley
  • Writers
    Todd Stephens
  • Photo
    Jackson Warner Lewis
  • Actors
    Udo Kier, Jennifer Coolidge, Linda Evans, Michael Urie, Ira Hawkins
  • Playtime
    1 h 45 min
  • Year
    2021
  • Country
    USA
  • Age limit
    6 years
  • Distributor
    Another World Entertainment

The Art Of Whistling: A Portrait of Thorvald Steen

The famous Norwegian photographer Per Maning has followed his friend Thorvald Steen with his camera for 25 years. Thorvald is active as a public speaker, author and cultural communicator. As an author, he has published over 40 literary works. Everything from children’s books to poetry collections. Thorvald unfortunately suffers from a rare type of muscular dystrophy. The horrible disease causes a gradual and irreversible paralysis of his body. The muscles gradually break down. Nevertheless, Per Maning highlights that it has not stopped Thorvald’s commitment. In this documentary, he talks about society and the meaning of life. Through Thorvald’s sense of humor, this documentary paints an intimate, touching and poetic picture of an unusual life.

  • Program
  • Original title
    Kunsten å plystre
  • Director
    Per Maning
  • Producer
    Jørgen Lorentzen, Nefise Özkal Lorentzen
  • Photo
    Per Maning, Anders Hoft
  • Actors
    Thorvald Steen
  • Playtime
    53 min
  • Year
    2021
  • Country
    Norway
  • Age limit
    All ages admitted
  • Distributor
    Integral Film

The Innocents

It is summer and the days are both long and bright. But not everyone goes on a holiday. Four children get to know each other and together they explore the apartment buildings where they live and the forest around. Hidden from the parents’ eyes, the children’s innocent play develops into something more. Creepy things start to happen.

The Innocents is a nailbiting thriller, directed by Eskil Vogt, and was selected for the Un Certain Regard program in Cannes this year. The film mixes both horror elements with intelligent shades of social realism, offers fantastic role performances of children and adults and is a powerful film that sits with the viewer

  • Program
  • Original title
    De uskyldige
  • Director
    Eskil Vogt
  • Producer
    Maria Ekerhovd
  • Writers
    Eskil Vogt
  • Photo
    Sturla Brandth Grøvlien
  • Actors
    Rakel Lenora Fløttum, Alva Brynsmo Ramstad, Sam Ashraf, Mina Yasmin Bremseth Asheim, Ellen Dorrit Petersen, Morten Svartveit, Kadra Yusuf, Lisa Tønne
  • Playtime
    1 h 57 min
  • Year
    2021
  • Country
    Norway
  • Age limit
    15 years
  • Production
    Mer Film
  • Distributor
    Mer Film

The Man Who Sold His Skin

Oscar-nominated for Best International Film earlier this year. Sam Ali, a young and impulsive Syrian, flees to Lebanon to escape the civil war in his home country. In order to travel to Europe and live with the love of his life, he agrees to have his back tattooed by one of the world’s most pioneering contemporary artists. But Sam must soon realize that transforming his own body into a prestigious work of art can mean anything but freedom. The Man Who Sold His Skin is a contemporary film based on an international crisis that is far ahead in the consciousness of us all. The film’s award-winning female director, Kaouther Ben Hania, manages to capture the humanity and reproduce what desperation (and love) can drive an individual to.

  • Program
  • Original title
    The Man Who Sold His Skin
  • Director
    Kaouther Ben Hania
  • Writers
    Marie-Hélène Dozo
  • Photo
    Christopher Aoun
  • Actors
    Yahya Mahayni, Dea Liane, Monica Bellucci, Koen de Bouw, Darina Al Joundi, Christian Vadim
  • Playtime
    1 h 44 min
  • Year
    2020
  • Country
    Tunisia
  • Age limit
    9 years
  • Production
    Cinétéléfilms, Tanit Films
  • Distributor
    Another World Entertainment

Titane

This year’s Palme d’Or winner! This psychosexual and hypermasculine treat starts with Alexia, who gets a titanium plate in her head after surviving an ugly car crash with her family. She gets a sexual fascination for cars. What follows are a series of unique and unexplained crimes that lead to a father being reunited with his son who has been missing for 10 years. Director Julia Ducournau came out with the cannibalistic Raw a few years ago. She takes human results to new and brutal heights in this work, and gives us an original and ambitious sexual experience with murder and engine. She takes new steps from David Cronenberg’s Crash and drives on with ambitious twists, powerful sound design and brilliant photography.

 

  • Program
  • Original title
    Titane
  • Director
    Julia Ducournau
  • Producer
    Jean-Christophe Reymond, Christophe Hollebeke
  • Writers
    Julia Ducournau
  • Photo
    Ruben Impens
  • Actors
    Vincent Lindon, Agathe Rousselle, Garance Marillier, Laïs Salameh, Mara Cissé
  • Playtime
    1 h 48 min
  • Year
    2021
  • Country
    France, Belgium
  • Age limit
    15 years
  • Distributor
    Another World Entertainment

Young and Afraid

Young and Afraid is a raw and unadorned film about young people fighting their demons. In the autumn of 2017, Petter (24) is standing on top of a bridge and is about to end his life, but he is stopped by the police at the last minute. This will be the start of a therapeutic journey with best friend and co-director Sverre. Equipped with a film camera, they search the streets of Oslo and get to befriend people. People with mental health problems are both in front of and behind the camera, which creates a reciprocity between the filmmakers and their subjects. They want to shed light on how other troubled people are coping with the problems. They encounter both drug addicts and transsexuals. This will bring light into Petter’s dark mind. By aiming to understand their destructive patterns, Petter becomes aware of his own.

  • Program
  • Original title
    Nattebarn
  • Director
    Petter Aaberg, Sverre Kvamme
  • Producer
    Carsten Aaronsen, Even Benestad
  • Writers
    Sverre Kvamme, Petter Aaberg
  • Photo
    Sverre Kvamme, Petter Aaberg
  • Playtime
    1 h 40 min
  • Year
    2021
  • Country
    Norway
  • Age limit
    15 years
  • Production
    Indie Film