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 内容介绍
英文片名Norwegian Animation from 1913-2013
中文片名挪威动画合集 (2013)
类型动画
地区挪威
文件大小 35.95 GB, 蓝光原盘 1080p
文件格式 BDMV/AVC
音轨 挪威语 AC3 5.1
字幕 英文字幕


Contents:

1. Amundsen paa Sydpolen (1913) - Regi: Sverre Halvorsen

2. Fanden i nøtten (1917) - Regi: Ola Cornelius

3. Fiinbeck er rømt (1927) - Regi: Ottar Gladtvedt

4. Musikk på loftet (1950) - Regi: Ivo Caprino

5. Gullmynten (1970) - Regi: Trygve Rasmussen

6. Zwish ! (1983) - Regi: Thor Sivertsen

7. Tryllekassen (1985) - Regi: Inni K. Melbye

8. Hva skal vi gjøre med Lille Jill? (1987) - Regi: Kine Aune

9. Epletreet (1990) - Regi: Knut Eide

10. Året gjennom Børfjord (1991) - Regi: Morten Skallerud (Music by Jan Garbarek)

11. Olavs første skitur (1991) - Regi: Terje Bomann Larsen

12. Snop (1991) - Regi: Jan Konings

13. Det opprørske alfabetet (1994) - Regi: Øivind Jorfald (Odd Børretzen narrates)

14. Narverfredag (1995) - Regi: Christopher Nielsen

15. Leikr (1995) - Regi: Runi Langum

16. Solungen (1996) - Regi: Guttorm Larsen

17. Lavrasiid Aigi [Daughter of the Sun] (1996) - Regi: Anita Killi  (Sami audio)

18. Huset på Kampen (1998) - Regi: Pjotr Sapegin (Odd Børretzen narrates)

19. Pølse (1999) - Regi: Ivar Rødningen

20. Deep Shit (1999) - Regi: Astrid Aakra

21. Guggen (2001) - Regi: Rasmus Sivertsen

22. Aria (2001) - Regi: Pjotr Sapegin

23. Smale spor av et århundre (2002) - Regi: Morten Skallerud

24. Communique(2004) - Regi: Th. Jackobsen & Erik Vang

25. Den danske dikteren (2006) - Regi: Torill Kove (Liv Ullman narrates)

26. Janus (2007) - Regi: Linda Fagerli

27. Bygningsarbeidere (2008) - Regi: Kajsa Næss

28. Sinna Mann (2009) - Regi: Anita Killi

29. Travelling Fields (2009) - Regi: Inger Lise Hansen

30. Pl.ink (2010) - Regi: Anne Kristin Berge

31. But Milk is Important (2012) - Regi: Anna Manzaris

32. Sivert (2013) - Regi: Petter Schanke Olsen

33. Manmower (1996) - Regi: Andreas Mänd  (Motorpsycho music video)

34. Elias - Velkommen til Lunvik (2005) - Regi: Espen Fyksen (TV series premiere)

Norsk Filminstitut edition, English subs (with some English audio), various a/r, resolution etc.  Mostly 1080i, but a fair amount of 1080p and 576i.  Box says for 7 years and up, but there are a few segments that are NOT oriented toward kids (though I don't make a judgment on appropriateness here).  There's a tobacco advertisement, two dolls making whoopee, and rock n roll indulgence (a la Christopher Nielsen), which definitely wouldn't be marketed on their own to the little ones.

I've added (in parentheses) some of the highlights of the set.  Skipping the first half century might not be such a bad thing.  It is represented by a mere 5 films.  A couple of the films are even questionably animation (a drawing of Roald Amundsen, time-lapse...).  I particularly enjoyed the Odd Børretzen contributions, and the somewhat tongue-in-cheekiness of the Liv Ullman contribution (famous Swedes who are actually Norwegian...famous Norwegians who are actually Danes).  The Sami contribution might just have been the finest example of animation in the bunch.

Most, if not all, have their own IMdB entries, but you might have to search around for the official title. The Sami film, for example, is only searchable by its English title, "Daughter of the Sun", which is not listed that way in the Norsk Filminstitut list, nor in the Norwegian title page.  I include here a screenshot of the English title page:



No less than three segments have rats playing starring roles.  Could it be the influence of rattus norvegicus?

A weak point worth mentioning is that some of it just seems animation for animation's sake, with little thought on a good story.

Probably shouldn't be questioning the Norwegian bona fides, but there are a few "Film Board of Canada" contributions, as well as others more elsewhere than there.

A spell check on the subs would have made this a more handsome package.