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WOLF SUMMER

by Peder Norlund

synopsis

The twelve year old girl Kim experiences a dramatic encounter with a wolf on a secret climbing expedition during her summer vacation. Frightened and helpless she is imprisoned in a wolf's lair together with a starved wolf cub. Gradually she understands that kidnapping her is part of the wolf mother's plan. Kim is about to enter the strangest summer vacation of her life, as a babysitter and a hunting partner for a wolf.

international title: Wolf Summer
original title: Ulvesommer
country: Norway, Denmark
sales agent: Nordisk Film International Sales
year: 2002
genre: fiction
directed by: Peder Norlund
film run: 85'
release date: NO 28/02/2003
screenplay: Peder Norlund
cast: Jørgen Langhelle, Line Verndal, Julia Pauline Boracco Braathen, Samuel Fröler
cinematography by: Harald Gunnar Paalgard
film editing: Zaklina Stojcevska
art director: Peter Bävman
producer: Kaare Storemyr, Ellen Jacobsen
production: Nordisk Film & TV AS, Nordisk Film Production A/S, NFI - Norwegian Film Institute/Norsk Filminstitutt
distributor: Columbia Tristar Nordisk Film Distributors AS
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