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QUISLING - THE FINAL DAYS

From acclaimed director Erik Poppe (The Emigrants, 2021) comes the psychological drama about the infamous Vidkun Quisling, Prime Minister of Norway, a notorious Nazi collaborator and responsible for one of the greatest betrayals during World War II. The film stars Gard B. Eidsvold (Beforeigners, 2022) and Anders Danielsen Lie (The Worst Person in the World, 2021) in the leading roles as Vidkun Quisling and the priest Peder Olsen respectively. With the story of Quisling’s last days, we get a condensed insight into a psychological and claustrophobic battle about truth and lies, faith and doubt.

The Norwegian, Vidkun Quisling was so synonymous with helping the enemy that his name made it into English dictionaries. Deservedly so, as Quisling asked Hitler to occupy Norway and was functioning as Prime Minister of Norway when Hitler did just that. When the German occupation of Norway ended after five years, it was time for rebuilding and healing, but Quisling had to be held accountable for his war crimes.

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QUISLING - THE FINAL DAYS

Title QUISLING - THE FINAL DAYS

Original title QUISLING

Director Erik Poppe

Country Norway

Production year 2023

Status Production

Original language Norwegian

Cast Gard B. Eidsvold, Anders Danielsen Lie

Producer Stein B. Kvae, Finn Gjerdrum

Production company Paradox, SF Studios

Release 2024 Sep, 01

Duration Approx. 119 min. / 4 x 45 min.

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From acclaimed director Erik Poppe (The Emigrants, 2021) comes the psychological drama about the infamous Vidkun Quisling, Prime Minister of Norway, a notorious Nazi collaborator and responsible for one of the greatest betrayals during World War II. The film stars Gard B. Eidsvold (Beforeigners, 2022) and Anders Danielsen Lie (The Worst Person in the World, 2021) in the leading roles as Vidkun Quisling and the priest Peder Olsen respectively. With the story of Quisling’s last days, we get a condensed insight into a psychological and claustrophobic battle about truth and lies, faith and doubt. The Norwegian, Vidkun Quisling was so synonymous with helping the enemy that his name made it into English dictionaries. Deservedly so, as Quisling asked Hitler to occupy Norway and was functioning as Prime Minister of Norway when Hitler did just that. When the German occupation of Norway ended after five years, it was time for rebuilding and healing, but Quisling had to be held accountable for his war crimes.
From acclaimed director Erik Poppe (The Emigrants, 2021) comes the psychological drama about the infamous Vidkun Quisling, Prime Minister of Norway, a notorious Nazi collaborator and responsible for one of the greatest betrayals during World War II. The film stars Gard B. Eidsvold (Beforeigners, 2022) and Anders Danielsen Lie (The Worst Person in the World, 2021) in the leading roles as Vidkun Quisling and the priest Peder Olsen respectively. With the story of Quisling’s last days, we get a condensed insight into a psychological and claustrophobic battle about truth and lies, faith and doubt. The Norwegian, Vidkun Quisling was so synonymous with helping the enemy that his name made it into English dictionaries. Deservedly so, as Quisling asked Hitler to occupy Norway and was functioning as Prime Minister of Norway when Hitler did just that. When the German occupation of Norway ended after five years, it was time for rebuilding and healing, but Quisling had to be held accountable for his war crimes.


Title QUISLING - THE FINAL DAYS

Original title QUISLING

Director Erik Poppe

Country Norway

Production year 2023

Status Production

Original language Norwegian

Cast Gard B. Eidsvold, Anders Danielsen Lie

Producer Stein B. Kvae, Finn Gjerdrum

Production company Paradox, SF Studios

Release tba

Duration Approx. 119 min. / 4 x 45 min.

Genre Drama






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