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SCARS

by Lars Berg

synopsis

13-year-old Viktor has a big brother who is his hero and role model. Not only is Ole Kristian a talented ice hockey player, he also knows just what to say to girls and often gives his young brother the odd tip or two. Gradually, Viktor begins to notice that people are behaving rather strangely to his big brother. Viktor begins to wonder, moreover, why Uncle Reidar is hanging around the house so much these days.

international title: Scars
original title: Glasskår
country: Norway, Sweden
year: 2002
genre: fiction
directed by: Lars Berg
film run: 75'
release date: NO 15/02/2002, DK 24/01/2003
screenplay: Lars Berg
cast: Eirik Evjen, Martin Jonny Raaen Eidissen, Eirik Stigar, Jonas Lauritzen, Janne Kokkin, Lasse Kolsrud, Robert Skjærstad, Bjarte Hjelmeland
cinematography by: Gaute Gunnari
film editing: Inge-Lise Langfeldt
art director: Peter Bävman
costumes designer: Anne Pedersen
music: Sverre Indris Joner
producer: Finn Gjerdrum, Torleif Hauge, Dag Mørk
production: Paradox Spillefilm, Filmek, Film i Väst, Audiovisuelt Produksjonsfond Cinematograph AS, SF Norge (NO)
distributor: SF Studios Norge AS, Øst for Paradis (DK)
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