The Orheim Company

The Orheim Company

Jarle is 24 when a phone call rouses him from his drunken sleep. It is his mother, telling him that his father is dead. Instead of sadness, Jarle is filled with anger and a sense of relief. Based on Tore Renberg’s bestselling novel, The Orheim Company is a strong, human tale about a boy growing up with an alcoholic father, but also an energetic story about teenage lust, pain and passion – about liberation and redemption. The Orheim Company will be the last chapter in the trilogy about Jarle Klepp, which started with The Man Who Loved Yngve and I Travel Alone.

Jarle Klepp gets a message that forces his mind back to something he'd rather forgotten - his childhood with his father in Stavanger. When "Orheim" was his surname. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


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Josh R (it) wrote: Pretty crazy but not as gripping as the trailer made out. Still ok for a rainy day.

Leanne E (br) wrote: Seriously bizarre, extremely dark film; not my cup of tea.

Dean K (ru) wrote: Just watched this after it was on the CBS drama channel the other night! Wow not a single rating or review on Flixster?! Well it was far from great, it sounds like a slasher but it was more like a thriller. It doesn't have many deaths, not the greatest plot, very predictable without much reasoning for the motive. At times it was even more like an erotic thriller. It looks very dated as well for '95, looking a good 10 years older than that, a lot of use of smoke machines here. Overall a funny, odd cheesy film for a late night when nothing else is on.

Leo K (kr) wrote: Pretty awesome, got some really nice atmospheric shots of the town at night that I really dug. The finale could/should of been better and more impressive but overall it was pretty cracking.

Michael R (br) wrote: Harry Dean Stanton is a hobo angel who disrupts the time continuum for a depressed chick who doesnt understand how bountiful life is until she loses her family. It all works out in the end, but it shows to count your blessings, and if you see doom you will have it. SOME ppl thought that was cliche. critics are stupid!!

Anup S (us) wrote: Realized .... a lot of brilliant movies before our times ....

Emma M (jp) wrote: just bought it, will let you know.

Jason G (ru) wrote: This film captures a great legend about satan and witchcraft in how it will take a persons life. This is one of Bava greatest films great horror film.

Martin T (us) wrote: Can be loosely classified as noir, although the overall tone is a bit too sunny. You can tell that Dassin cares a little too much about vulnerable schlub Nick, and that nothing too horrible will happen to him. I can definitely imagine a darker ending to this, one that might have rung a little more true, but there's nothing wrong a little optimism once in a while. Not ground-breaking, but watchable and satisfying without any major flaws. One question, though... who the hell fixed Nick's tire?

David C (ru) wrote: Slow cooked culture clash culinary room, cashing in on the "Exotic Marigold Hotel" phenomenon but moving the location to France. A bit sweet for my tastes, but carried off by an excellent cast.

Bill T (de) wrote: Almost underrated and underappreciated nowadays compared to other horror movies. This often hilarious movie, about, yes, a killer doll named Chucky, is equal parts scary and equal parts original.