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BITTER FLOWER

by Ulrik Imtiaz Rolfsen

synopsis

A man vanishes without a trace. His lover, a married, successful politician, discreetly contacts Private Investigator Varg Veum for assistance. Varg finds her lover murdered, and the politician's husband is arrested for the murder. However, Varg accuses the police of judicial murder, and gets involved in an international murder case branching out far beyond the Norwegian borders, with characters who would not shy away from any methods.

international title: Bitter Flower
original title: Bitre blomster
country: Norway, Denmark
sales agent: Svensk Filmindustri International
year: 2007
genre: fiction
directed by: Ulrik Imtiaz Rolfsen
film run: 90'
release date: NO 21/09/2007
screenplay: Thomas Moldestad
cast: Trond Espen Seim, Kathrine Fagerland, Bjørn Floberg, Endre Hellestveit
cinematography by: Gaute Gunnari
film editing: Erik Thv. Aster, Wibecke Rønseth
art director: Roger Rosenberg
costumes designer: Renate Rolland
music: Ginge Anvik
producer: Jonas Allen, Peter Bose
production: SF Norge AS, Miso Film, ARD/Degeto Film GmbH, TV 2 Norweay, TV 4 Sweden, Filmfondet FUZZ AS
backing: CANAL+, TV 2/Denmark, Yleisradio, Norsk Filmfond, Nordisk Film- & TV Fond, Bergen Kino, Vestnorsk Filmsenter, Bergen kommune
distributor: SF Studios Norge AS
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