Kamilla and the Thief (Kamilla og Tyven) is a Norwegian family movie from 1988 directed by Grete Salomonsen and produced by her husband Odd Hynnekleiv. The movie is an adaption from a Norwegian children's novel by Kari Vinje, and is the first feature film of renowned Norwegian actor Dennis Storhøi and also stars 80's pop idol Morten Harket in a minor role. Kamilla and the Thief was a huge success in Norway, selling half a million tickets (in a country of 4.5 million people). It was so popular that a sequel was made, Kamilla and the Thief II, which was released the year after. In 2005 both movies were digitally restored and released on DVD. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Kamilla og tyven
Orphan Kamilla moves in with her rich uncle who lives in Kristiansand, Norway in the early 1900, Norway. Her uncles wife however does not approve of Kamilla and want to send her to a ...
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Jason J (ca) wrote: This movie was brilliant! Character depth, Sci-Fi and did not rely on explosions to get the action across. 10/10 Bought it.
Pete H (us) wrote: The best documentary about men who have sex with horses that I've ever seen.
Dylan K (gb) wrote: a much more serious movie then say anchorman but it still has Will Ferrell's charm and it is very enjoyable especially with the main character Harold Crick as you grow to love the man you will feel sorry for him after you find out his fate: he is the main character in a book that a British author who killed her main characters is writing. while I still like Will Ferrell being a goofy idiot I also appreciate a serious role which has heart and meaning behind it give this movie a watch I highly recommend it.
Luke L (mx) wrote: pretty much an 80s si-fi shooter film really
Omar S (nl) wrote: Don't believe in reincarnation, but the movie is worth it, even just for the Om Shanti Om song. Kisese pyaar kia? Main ne bhi kia! YAY!
Alexander C (ag) wrote: American hero worship. lnsulting really considering the Americans didn't have many troops over in Europe. Seen better war films than this.
Keenan S (us) wrote: Psycho IV is a surprising return to form for the Psycho franchise. Like its subtitle says, it goes back to the beginning and what made Norman Bates the sadistic and tormented killer he became. It was really fascinating to explore his past and it was also quite suspenseful as he revealed his new plan for murder in this film. It's a well acted, well written, and very engaging horror/suspense film that had me engaged from start to finish. If you are open-minded about the Psycho sequels, this is one to see.
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