Ja, det ser ut som en interessant film, men vet ikke om det er mulig for meg å se det i USA.Mustavaris wrote:Har noen sett filmen Budbringeren http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0118785/ jeg har ikke men det ser interessant ut.
Jeg er enig.Diogenes wrote:Jeg fikk se på den svenske filmen Män som hatar kvinnor (kjent på engelsk som The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo) i går kveld. Jeg ble overrasket av at jeg kunne forstå kanskje halvparten uten å lese tekstene, men filmen er så voldsom at jeg nesten ikke kunne få sove etterpå.
Line Verndal, best known in Norway for her role in the popular TV series Himmelblå, has proven her talents in the film world as well after winning the award for best actress at the annual Amandaprisen ceremony in Haugesund, the Norwegian equivalent of the Academy Awards in Hollywood.
Until Friday 22 July this year, Norway was a country of 5 million people that, even if tried, could never make the headlines. It was a land of stunning scenery, tasty cinnamon buns, slightly rubbery cheese, expensive beer, depressing literature and terrible pop music; a place where, once in a while, someone might cause a fuss by stealing Edvard Munch's iconic painting The Scream from Oslo's National Gallery. But when a rightwing fanatic began his murderous rampage, Norway's image lost a lot of that innocence.
As the country struggles to come to terms with its tragedy, an unlikely ambassador for the real heart and soul of Norway is nearing the UK. Entitled Troll Hunter, this lovely, mockumentary-style, comic fantasy brings the area's centuries-old folklore into the modern day, as a team of student film-makers, investigating a series of illegal bear killings, encounter a mysterious-looking hunter (Otto Jespersen) with a bizarre story.
Jeg håper du liker DVD'en så mye som jeg gjorde. Det finnes flere andre gode anmeldelser jeg har lest, men jeg vil vente til etter du har sett på filmen før jeg poste dem.TimmyP wrote:Jeg har ikke sett Trolljegeren ennå, selv om jeg kjøpte DVDen for en stund siden. Det ligger faktisk på bordet i stuen! Basert på filmanmeldelsen, ser det bedre ut enn jeg hadde forventet, så jeg kommer sikkert til å se filmen i helgen.
Tusen takk for denne kjempegod forslag.TimmyP wrote:Forresten Raufoss, har du sett La den rette komme inn ennå? Filmen var så imponerende at jeg leste boka. Jeg var ikke modig nok til å prøve den på svensk, så fikk tak i en norskoversettelse. Det var ganske spennende.
I watched the Icelandic film The Sea (Hafið 2002) last week and enjoyed it very much. However, I would suggest being very careful about who you watch the film with, since it portrays one of the most dysfunctional families that I've ever seen in a Nordic film.
The list of winners at the 2011 Academy Awards was populated with Hollywood big-shots such as Aaron Sorkin and Christian Bale. But also among the winners was a filmmaker just out of film school, and the same could happen this year, as two of the live-action shorts in the running for an Oscar made their way onto the category’s shortlist by way of the Student Academy Awards. One, called “Tuba Atlantic,” earned Norway its first Student Oscar last June.
A Norwegian short film that was nominated for an Oscar at this year’s Academy Awards even starred a character named Oskar, but didn’t win the much-hyped prize. The film’s young director and his entire team enjoyed a memorable trip to Hollywood anyway.
The film starred a 73-year-old amateur actor from Sparbu in Trøndelag, Edvard Hægstad, and the Trøndelag dialect is so strong in the film that subtitles could have been helpful even for other Norwegians. But the heavily “trøndersk” theme in the film forms much of its charm, according to many reviewers.
Tusen takk for hjelpen kotrcka!kotrcka wrote:For those who can not get to the link in post above, here it is shortened
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