February 25 is the premiere of the new Norwegian film “Full Coverage”. The film takes a deep look into the many secrets that can be found inside the mobile phone.
The main roles are Nikolai Cliff Brosh (46), Agnes Kittelsen (41), Thorbjorn Haar (47), Keri Hellum (48), Ellen Birgit Winther (45), Sarah Khurrami (34) and Jean Gunnar Rose (46).
Friends’ dinner takes a drastic turn after starting a very special “mobile game”. Everyone should put their phone on the table, and everything that happens on it should be shared with the rest of the group. This presents problems.
– They want each other well
On Tuesday this week, See and Hear interviewed six of the seven main characters, to have a chat about the movie. Everyone from the group was in attendance except for Kyrre Hellum, and everyone could reveal details from the recording.
– Many will say that this is a star-studded movie – what was it like working together?
“I feel that early on we created a common desire to play each other well, and I dare ask for help when needed and help each other,” says Nikolai Cliff Brosch to See and Hear, before adding that he personally did not experience the film as a star-studded.
– I thought it was a very nice band that wanted each other well, and I hope it looks like in the movie we’re headed in the same direction, all of us.
Agnes Kittelsen, who is married in the movie to character Thorbjørn Harr, adds that it’s a fun way to work together. As they sat around the dinner table for almost the entirety of the movie, they got to see each other up close. Kittelsen thought it was helpful and it’s good to see how the colleagues solved the various tasks.
– It was really the most interesting, I think. It was about ten hours every day around that table. You see what everyone is doing at any given time, “Nothing to laugh at,” adds Sarah Khurami, who recently played a role in another blockbuster Norwegian movie.
the smell of frost
Representatives of “Full Coverage” say that while the rest of Norway, as a result of the corona, were unable to visit each other, they held dinner parties for up to ten hours each day for a full three weeks.
Aren’t you tired of each other then?
“I hope not, I in the least not get tired of you, so I hope you don’t get tired of me,” laughs Nikolai Cliff Brooch, before everyone agreed that they weren’t bored.
– We got a little tired of the smell of grouse after that. I became very severe. Agnes and I were very close. After a while, Sarah Khurmi says, some facial expressions appeared on her.
– Agnes Kittelsen adds that this aroma is completely cooked.
I think it’s hairspray
Then they can also take out a story from the recording, in which Agnes Kittelsen once thought that one of the strange smells on set was her hair spray. She had been wandering around all day regretting the smell of her hair spray, but then it turned out to be the raspberry jelly that was on the table.
– Early on, I thought it would be easy and fun around the table there, and I made some comments. It was just the opposite, Thorbjørn Harr admits to being photographed at the dinner table.
Several actors mentioned that they basically used to have a number of breaks when changing scenes and the like, but in this movie they had very little time for a break.
I had to eat a lot of vegetables
– We sat like this all the time, says Jean-Gunnar Rose, and he says that because of Corona’s condition they were unable to sit down with others in the production for lunch. And so, they sat at the same dinner table all day – in the same clothes.
Røise can also tell us that he ran five times during the recording. On the first shot, he “picked a little wrong” when it came to food.
“I ate a lot of broccoli and cauliflower,” he says, and explains that since he did it the first time, there was just over a lot of veggies.
– You made a stupid decision, he says “Look and hear.”
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