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CANNES 2007 Market / Norway

Mirush hot property for Nordisk


Mirush hot property for Nordisk

Nordisk Film International Sales has sold the new Norwegian drama Mirush [+see also:
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by Marius Holst (Dragonflies) to Olive Films (US) at Cannes.

The film, produced by Gudny Hummelvoll for 4 ½ Productions, has also been acquired by A Film for Benelux and Rosebud for Greece.

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Based on a script by Harald Rosenløw Eeg and Lars Gudmestad, the film tells the story of a 15 year-old boy who lives in Kosovo with his mother and brother. He sets out on a journey to Norway to search for his father (Italian actor Enrico Lo Verso), whom he has idolized but can barely remember.

Nordisk is also screening at the market Bård Breien’s debut feature The Art of Negative Thinking, set to screen in competition at the upcoming Karlovy Vary Film Festival, and Ole Bornedal’s family thriller The Substitute.

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