Bryllupsfesten Trailer

Bryllupsfesten Trailer (1989)

25 August 1989 Comedy 115 mins

A great crazy-comedy from Wam & Vennerød. Bryllupsfesten (English: The wedding party) is a 1989 Norwegian comedy film written by Petter Vennerød, and directed by Vennerød and Svend Wam, starring Knut Husebø and Eli Anne Linnestad. Businessman Carl Otto "Totto" Holm (Husebø) is on the verge of bankruptcy, and plans a staged robbery of the family's Munch engraving.

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Cast

Knut Husebø

as Carl Otto Holm

Eli Anne Linnestad

as Dyveke Holm

Julie Wiggen

as Lise Holm

Are Sjaastad

as Are Holm

Anders Hatlo

as Anders Holm

Svein Sturla Hungnes

as Fredrik Holm

Sossen Krohg

as Ingegerd B. Holm

Ernst-Hugo Järegård

as Eugene Borchrewink

Monna Tandberg

as Charlotte Holm

Runa Granlund

as Cecilie Holm

Maria Toming

as Liv Holm

Jon Eikemo

as Henry Balstad

Mari Bjørgan

as Gerd Balstad

Philip Tellmann

as Roger Balstad

Tord Nygård

as Bjørn Balstad

Crew

Svend Wam

Director

International Releases Dates

Norway 25 August 1989

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