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Another interesting human study by Jens Lien  the director of Bothersome Man.

At the end of the 70’s Nikolai, the son of a free spirited hippie architect, discovers punk music as a way to the exception in a community of conformity.

A hippy-anarchist comedy, joyfully irreverent, while turning corners a bit too much in its depiction of secondary characters and situations, Sons of Norway sets on an unusual tender depiction of a father-son relationship, which is its central focus. Acting and spirit are good.

Note Sex Pistol’s Johnny Lydon’s Cameo.

See the whole list : https://cinetalk.net/2016/03/14/10-contemporary-films-from-norway/

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