Kamilla and the Thief Trailer

Kamilla and the Thief Trailer (1988)

23 March 1988 Drama, Family 106 mins

Kamilla and the Thief (Kamilla og Tyven) is a Norwegian family movie from 1988 directed by Grete Salomonsen and produced by her husband Odd Hynnekleiv. The movie is an adaption from a Norwegian children's novel by Kari Vinje, and is the first feature film of renowned Norwegian actor Dennis Storhøi and also stars 80's pop idol Morten Harket in a minor role. Kamilla and the Thief was a huge success in Norway, selling half a million tickets (in a country of 4.5 million people). It was so popular that a sequel was made, Kamilla and the Thief II, which was released the year after. In 2005 both movies were digitally restored and released on DVD.

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Dennis Storhøi

as Sebastian

Veronika Flaat

as Kamilla

Morten Harket

as Christoffer

Turid Balke

as Kokka

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Norway 23 March 1988

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