Hawaii, Oslo is the story of a handful of people who cross each other's path without necessarily knowing each other, during the hottest day of the year, in Oslo. We follow Frode and Milla. They are having their first child, who they are told will not live long. We follow Bobbie-Pop, a faded singer who tries to commit suicide. We follow Leon, an institutionalized kleptomaniac who is loking for Åsa, to whom he has a ten year old deal to get married. We meet Leon's brother, Trygve, who fetches Leon at the institution to celebrate his birthday, but who himself has plans to use his leave from prison to run away. And most of all we meet the angel Vidar, Leon's best buddy at the institution, who sees things no one else can see, and who may be able to save everyone - except himself?
Writer:Harald Rosenløw-Eeg (screenplay), Erik Poppe (story), Harald Rosenløw-Eeg (story)
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Henrique H (jp) wrote: a interesting setting where nothing really happnes
Jeffrey M (us) wrote: It's not the season yet but Emma really enjoyed this movie.
Maria P (es) wrote: Persbrandt...kusligt bra
Chase K (it) wrote: Beeautiful movie. Very under-rated.
Jean D (ru) wrote: Excellent polar espagnol, je le recommande chaudement tous les amateurs.
Boris M (kr) wrote: Based on book, which was based on true events. Nuff said.
Stewart S (us) wrote: Creative twist on the sci-fi horror genre. Good effects, good acting, interesting story, fearsome creatures...well worth the time.
Peter L (ag) wrote: A superb film about "a dream that failed"
Aaron B (ru) wrote: If this were a straight movie, it would probably be a piece of crap, kind of like Brokeback. So no.
Aj V (jp) wrote: First of all, excellent cinematography and cool music (it was all based on Blondie's song call me). What I didn't like was the cast, they weren't that great, especially Gere. The best part was the end. Overall, it's a pretty good drama, but it really could have been better.