I Travel Alone
Jarle Klepp is a 25-year-old student of literature with a passion for Adorno, Proust and grown-up women - and definitely not Tamagochi's, Lady Di and small kids. The news that he is the father of a seven year old girl - and that she will come visiting next week - enters his life like a nuclear bomb. Jarle Klepp has to become an adult. Is he able to grow up? Does he want to grow up?
The thing with Norwegian movies is that sometimes family member's dialects don't always match. Like with Jarle's daughter in this movie for instance, both Jarle and the kid's mother have the dialect from Stavanger while the kid has the dialect from around Oslo. I guess choosing a good actor for the part rather than choosing mediocre one whose dialect maches the other ones.
Other than that, this is a fairly alright movie, not really on the first one's level, but alright.
Also they quote the start of my favourite movie dialogue, from Det Sjunde Inseglet (The Seventh Seal), so that was really nice.
A charming film with a rather too sentimental end.