Worth Watching - Nov 16: Bent Hamer's O'Horten Trailer

November 16, 2008
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O'Horten Trailer

The trailer for the Norwegian indie film O'Horten arrived earlier this week, and although I wasn't too fond of the film itself, I thought I'd feature this trailer for those who may be interested in checking it out. O'Horten is a charming film about the 67-year-old Odd Horten (played by Bård Owe), who retires from his position as a train engineer after 40 years. This shouldn't be taken the wrong way, but O'Horten is a small film, it has that very indie feel to it. While this trailer isn't anything amazing, it does at least feature on of my favorite elements of the film - the music written by Norwegian band Kaada. I hope you enjoy!

Watch the trailer for O'Horten:

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You can also watch the O'Horten trailer in High Definition on Yahoo

O'Horten is both written and directed by Norwegian filmmaker Bent Hamer, of Applause, Water Easy Reach, Kitchen Stories, and Factotum previously. The film first premiered at the Cannes Film Festival and went on to play at numerous other fests throughout the year, before being picked up by Sony Pictures Classics for distribution. O'Horten arrives in very limited theaters starting on February 20th, 2009.

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Pretty good trailer. I love my foreign films. This indie gem looks promising, plus the great photography just reels me right in!

Conrad on Nov 16, 2008


looks interesting, i really have no clue what its about though. probably for the best since its an indie. ill probably watch it

Allen Sharpe on Nov 17, 2008


reminds me of another indie, "Schultze Gets The Blues" which was a very charming film...this looks quite good...

moldybread on Nov 17, 2008


hmm, looks pretty interesting to me. Possibly something I'd prefer to watch at home on a Saturday afternoon, in between recovering from Friday night's drinking and preparing for Saturday night's. This film looks like the anti-Twilight. It features more mature lead actors portraying characters who might have actually had some worthwhile life experiences beyond the high school angsty gossip wars.

kevjohn on Nov 18, 2008


it shows the end when he goes off that jump, because he totally dies

Richard on Nov 19, 2008



Jazz on Nov 21, 2008


LMAO this is gay! There is no hint on what the hell the story is.

Chris on Nov 22, 2008

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