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It's a small technique that adds so much power to the film.
The world outside engineering trains is foreign, but he manages to connect with the quirky interesting people on his way to conform to the world of retirement.
Keep up the good work and be reminded that the world outside of Scandinavia needs more films like this one.
i loved it ! unique story and characters.i liked the music as well.Published 2 months ago by mr john e.
Some reviewers complained how slow the movie moved but that was part of conveying this man's life. I am still not sure if he went down the ski jump or if he just imagined he was... Read morePublished 8 months ago by M. Stanley
The Norwegian director, Bent Hamer has made a contribution to the movie going (and dvd buying) public. Read morePublished 21 months ago by Rottyboyy
What a fabulous slice of life. The reality that so many of us are inhibited (sometimes our whole life) by parents or family edicts, is the truth that slowly unfolds in this... Read morePublished 22 months ago by ChancesR
At first, I did not like the film as much. It was not what I expected!
But eventually, it grew on me. Only because I gave it a chance. Read more
Forced into retirement, Odd Horten is suddenly left bewildered at just what it in store for him. Led by a life of routine, Horten finds himself without a set path and boundless... Read morePublished on August 7, 2012 by Andrew Ellington
O'HORTEN is so un-American...and so real I can taste it. It makes me want to watch "I Remember Mama" all over again. Remember Dagmar? Read morePublished on December 22, 2011 by Samuel Augustus Jennings
This is a beautiful gemstone, yet again done by the wonderful Norwegians. The cinematography is amazing. The music by Kado is amazing. The acting is simple and amazing. Read morePublished on July 28, 2011 by ELISE
.... unless you're Scandinavian. No, limit that to Norwegian or Swedish, or Minnesotan. Even a Dane wouldn't crack a smile at most of the quirky humor of "O'Horten". Read morePublished on July 31, 2010 by Giordano Bruno