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Folk flest bor i Kina (2002)

Folk flest bor i Kina





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Folk Flest Bor I Kina (Most People Live in China) is a political satire from Norway, consisting of nine separate episodes each reflecting a different Norwegian political party. The central figure is lonely rural gas station owner Lasse (Trond Hovik), who is somehow brought into each segment. The stories include "Lasses drom," "Dressman," "Grenselos Kjaerlighet," "Hemat," "Den Lille Bedriften," "Redd Barna," "Pokemon Power," "Passasjerne," and "De Beste Gar Forst." ~ Andrea LeVasseur, Rovimore
Rating: Unrated
Genre: Drama, Art House & International, Comedy
Directed By: ,
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'Most People Live in China' is a commentary on the political parties in Norway but has a good re-occuring story. i'd compare it to Norway's version of 'Crash' although the huge array of characters can get confusing, overall it's a good film.

Jesse Chelifer

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