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Sunday, September 06, 2009

Max Manus Review

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Saboteurs, Nazis, and patriotism. Nice mix? Oh, yeah. The film evolves around Max Manus, one of the central heroes of the young Norwegian resistance during the World War II. Together with Gunnar Kjakan Sønsteby, Gregers Gram and the other brave youngsters not willing to see the free Norway become a part of the German Nazi empire The Third Reich. Their story - and sacrificial adventure - leaves a lasting impression for those willing to take a walk in Max's shoes for two hours. As for the direction and cinematography, I couldn't be a happier camper. Though, to be fair, I must minus half a point for a pointless story arch development. Otherwise, solid marks, all around. 8.4/10.

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