Knut Hamsun is Norway's most famous and admired author. Ever since he was young he has hated the English for the starvation they caused Norway during WWI. When the Germans occupy Norway 9 April 1940 he welcomes them and the protection they can give from Great Britain. He supports the national socialist ideals, but opposes the way these ideals are turned into action - that Norwegians are jailed and executed. His wife Marie travels in Germany during the war as a sign of support from Knut and herself.
- Stars:Max von Sydow, Ghita Nørby, Anette Hoff, Gard B. Eidsvold, Eindride Eidsvold, Åsa Söderling, Sverre Anker Ousdal, Erik Hivju, Edgar Selge, Ernst Jacobi, Svein Erik Brodal, Per Jansen, Jesper Christensen, Johannes Joner, Finn Schau,
- Country:Germany, Norway, Sweden, Denmark
- Director:Jan Troell,
- Writer:Per Olov Enquist, Marie Hamsun (autobiography Regnbuen), Thorkild Hansen (book), Jan Troell
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