On his way to the premiere party for “The World’s Worst Man,” the celebrity actor cheers for the movie’s final step toward the Oscars.
– It’s cool, it’s going to be very exciting, says Renate Reinsve to VG on her way to the auditorium at Klingenberg Cinema in Oslo.
On Friday night, the premiere of Joachim Trier’s new film “The Worst Man in the World” was held. The 33-year-old Rensev was already awarded the Best Heroine award at the Cannes Film Festival.
Shortly before the premiere, there was an announcement from the Norwegian Film Institute that the film had been selected as one of three films that the Norwegian Oscar Committee thinks may have a chance. Winning an Oscar In the next distribution, March 27, 2022.
– I’m trying to understand the whole system, I don’t understand it yet, but it is very Reinsve says it’s great to be on the shortlist.
She answered yes and no to whether she landed after Kahn’s fame.
– It’s a big thing, the biggest thing that can happen. The Oscar is, of course, more commercial, but an award that had an entirely different niche.
She doesn’t dare hope for too many Oscars yet.
– I am very happy, and everything that happens from here … It will be very interesting to see.
The other films on the Norwegian Oscar shortlist are “Great Crime” by Erik Svensson, and “Ninjababy” by Youngveld Sve Flick.
On October 25, one of these three will be nominated to represent Norway in the Academy Award for Best International Film.
Minister of Culture: – Excellent
“The Worst Man in the World” is the first leading role of Rensev. One of the evening’s guests was a politician who took a step forward himself: Annette Tribergstoen, the country’s new culture minister.
“It’s actually my first day on the job, and it’s absolutely wonderful to be on my first assignment at the Norwegian premiere of a movie I’ve been longing to see,” says Trettebergstuen.
The Minister of Culture believes that “the worst man in the world” is a symbol of how good Norwegian film is now.
– What a golden age for Norwegian films where we won international awards. My job as Minister of Cinema is to make it easier for it to continue, so that Norwegian film can evolve and we produce award-winning films.
– What can you do to raise this movie even further?
– I think this movie is going well so far. But we must have good framework conditions to produce a variety of Norwegian films. Then the Norwegian film can go up as well. Successes like this inspire you, they lift the entire industry.