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'Reprise' screens at two London Odeons

 Date:07/09/2007 - 13/09/2007
 Type:Culture, Film
 Location:England, London

Award-winning Norwegian film 'Reprise', which was selected for last year's London Film Festival, will screen at two London cinemas for a week in September.

'Reprise' is a film about friendship, madness and creativity, about love and sorrow, great ambitions and the often unpleasant clash between youthful presumptions and reality with a great soundtrack including hits from Joy Division and The Jam.

The film follows Phillip, Eric and their friends using an exciting filmic language that reflects the narrative culture typical of a gang of 23-year-old boys. Reprise can be seen as a subtle reflection on youth as a time of promise, plans and hopes which gradually dissolve under the impact of life experiences.

'Reprise' is Joachim Trier’s debut film - a former skateboarding champion, he attended the National Film & Television School in London and is currently working on an English language film. 'Reprise' won the Diesel Discovery award at Toronto in 2006.

'Reprise'
From 7 September and screening for a week
- Odeon Panton Street,
11/18 Panton Street, London SW1Y 4DP
- Odeon Swiss Cottage,
96 Finchley Road, London NW3 5EL
For times and tickets, visit
Odeon's website.

Viktoria Winge, one of Norway's new leading actresses, plays a central role in 'Reprise'. Photo: NFI



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'Reprise' has won, among others, awards at festivals in Toronto, Rotterdam, Gotherburg, Lecce and Istanbul.Photo: NFI

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