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ALL THAT MATTERS IS PAST

by Sara Johnsen

synopsis

William and Janne aren't your average couple. They grew up together in an isolated rural area, and became sweethearts when they were teenagers. They were left largely to their own devices as kids — Janne's window to the wider world was largely provided by magazines she scavenged from a nearby dump — and their outlook is somewhat skewed, to say the least. Reunited after several years apart, their love seems inextricably bound to the wild landscape where they met, and the special bond they have with nature: the days they spend together in the countryside seem idyllic, as the wind blows gracefully through the reeds as if to welcome them. Yet this idyll hints at dark secrets in their past, events they refuse to speak about. When William's psychologically damaged, perpetually resentful older brother Ruud resurfaces once again, we are reminded that William and Janne aren't exactly living in Eden.

international title: All That Matters Is Past
original title: Uskyld (Det viktigste er forbi)
country: Norway, Sweden, Denmark
sales agent: TrustNordisk
year: 2012
genre: fiction
directed by: Sara Johnsen
film run: 105'
release date: NO 02/10/2012
screenplay: Sara Johnsen
cast: Maria Bonnevie, Kristoffer Joner, David Dencik, Maria Heiskanen, Tea Sandanger, Åsmund Høeg, Trond Nilssen, Line Billa Ljøstad, Mads Sjøgård Pettersen, Emil Johnsen
cinematography by: John Andreas Andersen
film editing: Zaklina Stojcevska
art director: Jørgen Stangebye Larsen
costumes designer: Anne Pedersen
producer: Turid Øversveen, Håkon Øverås, Pål Sletaune, Marius Holst, Karin Julsrud, Stinna Lassen, Anna Croneman
production: 4 1/2 Film AS, Bob Film Sweden AB, Windelov Lassen ApS
backing: Eurimages
distributor: Scanbox Entertainment Norge AS
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