Babycall

October 7th, 2011







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Plot
Single mother Anna moves with her 8 year old son to a big flat with secret address outside Oslo to get away from her violent husband... 

Release Year: 2011

Rating: 5.9/10 (317 voted)

Director: Pål Sletaune

Stars: Noomi Rapace, Kristoffer Joner, Vetle Qvenild Werring

Storyline
Single mother Anna moves with her 8 year old son to a big flat with secret address outside Oslo to get away from her violent husband... 

Cast:
Noomi Rapace - Anna
Kristoffer Joner - Helge
Vetle Qvenild Werring - Anders
Stig R. Amdam - Ole
Maria Bock - Grete
Torkil Johannes Swensen Høeg - Anders sin venn
Bjørn Moan - Nabo
Henrik Rafaelsen - Lege



Details

Official Website: Official Facebook [Norway] | Official site [Norway] |

Release Date: 7 October 2011



Box Office Details

Budget: NOK 25,000,000(estimated)



Technical Specs

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User Review

How far would you go for the ones you love?

Rating: 7/10

This is the tag-line of much awaited new film from Pål Sletaune (behind the great films "Naboer", "Amatørene" and "Budbringeren") is starring Noomi Rapace and Kristoffer Joner. Seven years since "naboer" or in English "next door", we get a film with similar ideas - a look into disturbed or distorted minds.

Single mother Anna moves with her 8 year old son to a big flat with secret address outside Oslo to get away from her violent husband. Anna is scared stiff that they will be found, and is under heavy watch by a couple of child care workers. She get's the idea of buying a baby call so that her son doesn't have to sleep in her bed, only to find that the baby call picks up another troubled child somewhere in the flat. Anna is really on the edge, and maybe her imagination is playing her as well!?

This psychological thriller goes under your skin in the sympathy for Anna and the other troubled minds in this film. You want her to relax, but still understand how difficult it is when you trust no one.

Really great play by Rapace. She gets under your skin. The film is slow paced in a couple of periods, only to speed up at times, just as real life would be in such a situation. The film is not like you think it will be, so this is not your standard thriller. I still think I'd like another ending to this, though maybe not happy...

Well Sletaune can put another great film under his belt. Always worthwhile and interesting to get sucked into his stories. Well done!









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