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by Lars Daniel Krutzkoff Jacobsen


A veteran of the armed forces, William comes from a family of rootless nomads. Single mother Camilla hails from a lower-middle-class family, one she no longer speaks to. Kicked off welfare, the pair hightail it to the countryside to hide from the police. But William soon tires of this and convinces Camilla, a former prostitute, to get back in the game. Soon, they've set up shop in a ritzy villa whose only inhabitant is teenage Anders, a perma-stoned wannabe rapper desperate for sexual experience who becomes completely enamoured with his new houseguest Camilla. Circling around the group is used car salesman Rune — the auto industry's nightmare poster child. For a while it all kind of works, but, sure enough, cracks eventually begin to show.

international title: The Immoral
original title: De Umoralske
country: Norway
sales agent: Norwegian Film Institute
year: 2013
genre: fiction
directed by: Lars Daniel Krutzkoff Jacobsen
film run: 87'
screenplay: Einar Sverdrup, Bendik Grossmann, Didrik Jacobsen, Lars Daniel Krutzkoff Jacobsen
cast: Hanne Backe-Hansen, Kjetil Krogstad Skrede, Daniel Gjerde
cinematography by: Jørgen Klüver
film editing: Rodrigo Stoicheff
art director: Åsa Hoel
producer: Odd G. Iversen, Anders Tangen
production: Atomfilm, Viafilm
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