• Kraftidioten / In Order of Disappearance
        • Kraftidioten / In Order of Disappearance

          • Country:
          • Norway, Sweden, Denmark, 2013
          • Group:
          • Horizons
          • Duration:
          • 115'
          • Director:
          • Hans Peter Moland
          • Screenplay:
          • Kim Fups Akeson
          • Cast:
          • Stelan Skarsgard, Bruno Ganc, Pol Svere Hagen, Birgite Jort Serensen, Sergej Trifunović, Miodrag Krstović
          • Festivals:
          • Cinematography:
          • Filip Egord
          • Editing:
          • Jens Kristijan Fodsta
          • Sound:
          • Gisle Tvejto
          • Music:
          • Kaspar Koe, Kore Vestrhajm
          • Producer:
          • Fin Jerdrum, Stein B. Kve
          • Production:
          • Paradox Film 2
        • Showing

          05. Mar | 16:30 | 300 RSD
          Sava centar

          06. Mar | 19:00 | 300 RSD

        • SYNOPSIS

          Norway, winter. Introverted and hard-working Nils drives the powerful snow plough that keeps open the roads and mountain passes of the inhospitable frozen landscape where he lives. He’s just been named citizen of the year for his efforts when he receives news that his son has died of a heroin overdose. Refusing to believe the official version of his son’s death, he begins a covert search for the boy’s alleged murderers. A surprising turn of events causes him to become a tough-as-nails

          and feared underworld hero – one whose identity nobody knows. A gruesome black comedy full of impressive images of an endless wintry-white landscape which Nils knows how to use to his advantage.


          Hans Petter Moland


          He was born in 1955, Oslo, Norway. He is a film graduate from Emerson College in the United States. Hans Petter had been awarded prizes for his commercials at all major festivals, including Cannes, before he made his feature debut in 1993 with The Last Lieutenant. He followed up with Zero Kelvin (1995), Aberdeen (2000) and The Beautiful Country (2004), which was selected for Competition in Berlin. He also directed the short film United We Stand, which has been awarded prizes at several major film festivals. He is also well known for his collaboration and deep friendship with Swedish actor Stellan Skarsgård, having directed him in three movies; Zero Kelvin, Aberdeen and En ganske snill mann (2010), the latter being nominated for the Golden Bear at the 60th Berlin International Film Festival. His film In Order of Disappearance had its premiere in the competition section of the 64th Berlin International Film Festival





          2014       Kraftidioten / In Order of Disappearance /

          2010       En Ganske

          2006       Gymnaslærer Pedersen / Comrade Pedersen

          2004       The Beautiful Country

          2002       Folk Flest Bor i Kina / United We Stand

          2000       Aberdeen

          1995       Kjærlighetens Kjøtere / Zero Kelvin

          1993       Secondløitnanten / The Last Lieutenant



          2014       Berlin, Tribeca, Sarajevo, Palm Springs, Austin



          2014       Austin - Best Actor (Pål Sverre Hagen), Best Director



          There hasn’t been this much blood spilled in a frigid, snowbound landscape -- especially with this much droll, dark humor -- since the Coen Brothers fed a hapless Steve Buscemi into a wood chipper in Fargo.

          David Rooney, Holywood Reporter