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In Norwegian with Finnish subtitles
For audiences aged 7 and above
|10 year old Oskar has a dream. He wants to ride the prairies with his mother. Right before summer vacation, Oskar's mum tells him she is going to America, while he has to stay behind on the farm with his bad-tempered grandfather. Fortunately for Oskar, he gets acquainted with Levi and his short-sighted horse. Together they set up a nutty plan to cross the Atlantic Ocean in a rowboat with Levi's horse as a passenger, in order to find Oskar's mum.
Director: Torfinn Iversen
Torfinn Iversen (born in 1985) is a Norwegian director who directed his first short films already at a young age. Oskar's America is his debut full-length feature film and it competed in Kids and Youth Films at the Berlin International Film Festival.
|Screenplay: Torfinn Iversen
Cast: Odin Eikre, Jørgen Langhelle, Marie Blokhus, Bjørn Sundquist, Bethlem Michelle Patrick, Simen Roaldsen
Production: Mona Steffensen / Original Film
Print: Norsk filminstitutt