90 Minutes

Synopsis: We get no explanations when we're entering the last desperate minutes of three mens lives, all being violent to the women they love. We understand there's a reason behind the three mens reactions. What lies behind?
Genre: Drama
Director(s): Eva Sørhaug
Production: 4 1/2 Fiksjon
  2 wins & 7 nominations.
88 min

Yes, the paper gets delivered

at the same time every day.

No, the paper has never arrived

in poor condition.

No, I have never

used that card, and...

My subscription number?

Hang on two seconds.



This is Johan Edvartsen again.

The line just went dead.

No, I don't remember

who I was talking to.

I was calling

to cancel my subscription.

No, I am not going on vacation, and no

I don't want to participate in a survey.

I simply want to cancel my

subscription, and know how much I owe.

My subscription number?

Hang on.

How much do I owe?


No, I don't need that credit.

Give it to a hospital or nursing home.

Don't mention it. My pleasure.

Thank you.








- How's it going?

- Fine, thank you.

Let me just have a look around.

- It's pretty messy in here.

- I haven't had time to wash.

You haven't cleaned at all.

How messy can it get in three weeks?

Have you booked a cleaning service?

- I thought you handled that.

- I don't rent short term.

You violated the contract,

and now you want me to clean?

I had no intention

of violating the contract, -

- but I can no longer afford this.

- Will you take everything with you?

- I hoped the cleaners could do that.

Maybe the new tenants want it?

More work for me.

Fine. Keep the deposit, pick up the

power bill, and then leave me alone.

Does that sound like

a decent proposal?

Feel free to answer.

That's OK.

Fine. Then that's settled.

Here you go.

Thank you. Take care.


It's always the same.

- What is?

- I spent thousands last week too.


I need that dress.

You have to come outside.

- Which dress?

- The green one with diamonds.

The green one.

You have to keep track

of your own dresses, OK?

- Come out and help me!

- How many dresses do you need?

- Can I have some water?

- I'll get it.

You can't wear them all at the

same time anyway. These are great.

But there are only four of them.

- Can I have some too?

- You too?

How many dresses do you need?

Look in your room, under your bed.

- Maybe they're there.

- Hi!


Well, I'm all done.

That old thing?

Didn't I buy a new saw?

I just found this, it worked fine.

- Thanks.

- See you later.

Now go out and play, honey.

Stay outside a little longer.

Dinner is almost ready.

It's cold out there.

I understand.

Just play outside a little longer.

She slept in those shoes

with flashing lights.

- Jenny?

- What?

Take your friend and go play outside.

And turn off the TV.

- Come on!

- Hi, Charlotte!

Are you ready for tomorrow?


No, he's golfing. He'll be home soon.

We'll be eight adults and six children.

- Are you all right?

- He fell!

I'm not going to bother

polishing the silver.

Sit down here. I'll get you

a band-aid. You'll be fine.

Hang on.

He should have left

his training wheels on.

No, it will turn into an adult party

later on. I have plenty of cava.

Here we go.

Let me have a look at you.

You'll be just fine.

No, don't worry. He'll be here soon.

Let me see.

There! You already have a little scar there.

Now you look cool.

Ready to try again?


OK, talk to you tomorrow.


Did you have training wheels?

I don't think so.


I don't think we did, either.

Or seat belts.

We lay in the back of the car.

A suitcase between us. On blankets.

- Remember I told you?

- When you got lost in the Alps?

Jenny, don't you hear me calling?

Yep, but you do that all the time.

Hey, come here. You have chores to do.

- Take the trash out.

- Not again!

You have to take the trash out.

That's your chore.

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