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cover: Hawaii, Oslo (2004)

Hawaii, Oslo (2004)

Director(s): Erik Poppe

Theatrical Release: 2004

Cast: Trond Espen Seim, Aksel Hennie, Jan Gunnar Roise, Stig Henrik Hoff, Petronella Barker, Evy Kasseth Rosten

Genre(s): Drama, Film Movement

Countries: Norway

Location in store: Scandinavian Cinema

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Ant Rating
Running Time: 124m.

It's the hottest day of the year in Norway, and seven disparate souls are about to cross paths without knowing what fate has in store for them. Frode and Milla are about to become parents, but they are heartbroken to learn that their newborn child will likely not be long for this world. Bobbie-Pop is a fallen pop singer who sees no other escape from his pain than to take his own life. Institutionalized kleptomaniac Leon is determined to seek out and marry Åsa - the woman with who has sworn to marry him within the span of a decade. When Leon's brother Trygve checks his brother out of the institution under the auspices of celebrating Leon's birthday, he has no idea that his brother is determined to remain a free man at all costs. The angel who connects all of these unassuming souls is Vidar, Leon's best friend at the institution, and the man with the power to see things that none of the others can even comprehend. Though Vidar may be able to save all of the others from a grim fate, it remains to be seen if he will be able to save himself when all is said and done. (


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