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Old 12-28-2016, 01:44 PM   #1
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Available in norway from january 9.
I have ordered it and have high hopes for this movie that is a runner up for an Oscar next year in the best foreign film category. Its in top 10 at the moment.

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Will definitely get this.

Lot of Scandinavian competition at the Oscars this year as they have 3 of the 9 shortlisted films. The others being :

Sweden En man som heter Ove (A Man Called Ove) was superb. Is the highest ever grossing Swedish language film and a very high percentage of the population here went to see it. For anyone in UK has been bought by Soda Pictures for a summer 2017 theatrical release.

Denmark Under sandet (Land of Mine), not seen this yet.
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Smile The King's Choice (Kongens nei)

Looks like 'my cup of tea', hopefully will be easily obtained in the USA!
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Got the blu-ray yesterday.
In case anyone is wondering....audio is norwegian/german with only norwegian subtitles options.
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Got the blu-ray yesterday.
In case anyone is wondering....audio is norwegian/german with only norwegian subtitles options.
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Got the blu-ray yesterday.
In case anyone is wondering....audio is norwegian/german with only norwegian subtitles options.
Disappointing but not a surprise as the other Scandinavian countries don't get the theatrical release of this until February and then the BD in the summer I guess. Including on the Norwegian BD would just mean too many imports to Denmark and Sweden and lost theatrical revenue.

Does seem normal practice these days that many Norwegian produced films get a local release months before any other countries including the other ones in Scandinavian. Is less common in reverse for Danish and Swedish films.
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Including on the Norwegian BD would just mean too many imports to Denmark and Sweden and lost theatrical revenue.
I really don't think it would at all, but they're afraid of it anyway.
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So this didn't make it to final shortlist for foreign language Oscar. But there is still some Scandinavian rivalry at the awards this year.

Best foreign language film
◾A Man Called Ove - Sweden
◾Land of Mine - Denmark
◾The Salesman - Iran
◾Tanna - Australia
◾Toni Erdmann - Germany

Have only seen "A Man Called Ove" so far which I though was a great film.
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