Flaugstad

Flaugstad

Flaugstad is a movie starring Andreas Aasheim, Anne-Marie Adriansen, and Per Arne Albrechtsen. Living ordinary lives in the small island municipality of Flaugstad, the fisherman Frank, his brother in law Magne and the smuggler Ronny...

Quality
480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Running Time
1 hours 17 minutes
Genres
Comedy
Actors
Andreas Aasheim, Per Arne Albrechtsen, Anne-Marie Adriansen, Ingrid Auestad
Director
Leif Å. Songedal
Writer
Tarald Aaby, Øivind Solfjeld, Leif Å. Songedal
Country
Norway
Year
2017
Languages
English, Deutsch, Français, Italiano, Español, Svenska, Gaeilge, Nederlands
Subtitles
日本語, Čeština, Tiếng Việt, Português, 한국어, Australia, Filipino, हिन्दी

Comments about comedy «Flaugstad» (35)

Mark J. avatar
Mark J.

Living ordinary lives in the small island municipality of Flaugstad, the fisherman Frank, his brother in law Magne and the smuggler Ronny is deeply affected by a ban on motorboats, and a corner stone factory in the island closes down.

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Angela Webb

I hope that this film stands the test of time because it is "classic" material.

Barbara Myers avatar
Barbara Myers

Amazing piece of true Brilliant Comedy on So Many Levels!

Mary S. avatar
Mary S.

Great movie, kept me on the edge of my chair.

Patrick avatar
Patrick

It's a great movie and it's worth seeing. Leif Å. Songedal done well in making this movie

Edward Burns avatar
Edward Burns

One of the most impressive movies I've ever seen. My expectations had been exceeded.

Jeffrey avatar
Jeffrey

Leif Å. Songedal did exceptional, balancing each character perfectly to their own spotlight. Nothing felt over done or unnecessary, every moment was completely motivated and executed beautifully.

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Harry Howard

This movie is really great. Ingrid Auestad made this movie very stunning.

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Henry Murphy

Everything about this movie is great and frankly, I don't find any flaws in it. People might think I'm being too generous and that I'm blinded by my love for Leif Å. Songedal. No, I just know a damn good movie when I see one.