The stage was set on Thursday evening for the premiere of “The North Sea in Stavanger.” We met actor Henrik Biland on the red carpet. He can talk about the tough recording days on Jæren and on real oil rigs.
Previously, we have seen tidal waves in Geirangerfjord and earthquakes in Oslo.
Now the same gang comes up with a new horror scenario – this time in the North Sea – Norway Garden and the Money Box.
In the cast we find, among others, a well-known local name, Henrik Bjelland. He feels warm in the T-shirt on stage, but he hasn’t seen it on the big screen – until now.
“This is the biggest movie I’ve been in, and probably the biggest movie that many have been in,” says Byland when Aftenbeldet met him on the red carpet inside the Odeon Cinema in Stavanger.
On the feud, you can also see director Jon Andreas Andersen, main character Kristin Kogath Thorpe, actor Nils Elias Lea Olsen (who plays Billand’s son) and producer Martin Sondland.
We also spoke to Nils Elias Lea Olsen of Tasta who plays “Odin” in the film. He would like to continue as an actor. Watch the interview here:
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