Although competent in terms of storytelling, the most impressive aspect of the film was its visual impact, with some severe scenes causing discomfort. But it’s also a jolt when we think that these occurrences actually happened.
Even though it has it's problems, (some of the cut-and-paste-straight-from-Jan-Baalsruds-Wikipedia-page-like dialogue being a big one) I still found this film to be surprisingly competent, and highly entertaining. Thomas "Fingern" Gullestad's performance was also pretty decent in my opinion. Norwegian cinema still has a long way to go to reach international standards, but we're on our way! (or at least we're trying)