Oni Sand would have liked to have provided more

Oni Sand would have liked to have provided more

Artist, film director and writer Oni Sand (58) is known as a man of many words.

The last thing he does is hide his feelings, and he showed that a few weeks ago when Martin Liberod (31) hosted the “Kladden har dævva” podcast on Canal. NRC.

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The Lepperød podcast is a humorous podcast about death, but despite a lot of humor, there was also some seriousness on Sand's part.

-Actually I feel a little shy every day, maybe. I must work harder, I must think less about myself, I must be stronger, I must be braver, I must speak up more often, and I must speak up when I see injustice. I think about that every day,” he says on the podcast.

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Sand says he has a lot of energy and a great desire to show joy, love and care. But even then, not everywhere in life he is able to give one hundred percent.

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Going out more and being more open on stage in front of the camera is a dream, to be able to show more of myself, enthusiasm for life and energy. It's a loss, and I think about it more and more as I approach 60. Until now, I thought I didn't have to show that I had the life force within me.

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When asked if he had a place in his life where he could be 100 percent “there,” the 58-year-old responded:

– Yes, with my mother, children, and family, and on the beaches in Garin. Because my mother comes from Jiren, so I feel like a westerner. On the beaches of Jiren, I feel truly free.

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Oni Sand with his mother, Kari Sand, his wife, Marianne Ole Hvaler, and their two daughters.  Photo: Espen Solé

Oni Sand with his mother, Kari Sand, his wife, Marianne Ole Hvaler, and their two daughters. Photo: Espen Solé
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Moreover, Sand explains that he also feels free when he is allowed to work with expressions, such as when he composed a song with two of his friends, and when he was allowed to participate in “Shal vi danse.” Then he felt freedom in his body.

Se og Hør has been in contact with Aune Sand, and did not wish to comment further.

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