Synopsis: Two girls meet on the Internet. Veronica and Cecilie are carrying different stories, but they have a common goal: To disappear. They meet up and go on a weekend trip to Veronica's hyper modern family summer house, a trip none of them are planning to return from. They bring along a camera to document everything they to, with the intention to leave behind a goodbye-tape. The Bambi Effect are the girls' recordings...
Genre: Drama
75 min



-You're Cecilie?



-You've started filming already?


-Would you like to hold the camera?

-Eh, yes.

Is this how you pictured me?

Am I good enough?

Yeah. But you could have

been different than what you said.

-Like what?

-Like an old man or something.

I'm wondering, is there

anything else we should decide?

Like what?

Isn't three months a long time?

It will be good with a little time now.

If you could travel anywhere,

where would you go?

Eh, I'm here with you, aren't I?

-Have you ever been to South America?




What are you doing?

I just.. I always check the date.

Let's see if we can find

one that expires on Sunday!




Could you please stop filming?

You need to get used to it!

It's annoying to have

the camera face all the time!


-I'm sorry.

-You're gonna have to pay for it!


Reidun, Reidun.

Here you go.

-May I help you with anything?

-No, we're fine. We'll manage.

A real c*nt, huh?

Maybe she thought

she would be on television?

What did she say?

Hey you. Hey!

Is that cart just gonna be left there?

I thought you were only

in charge inside the store?

Yes, and that cart is going back inside!

I can't believe anybody

even wanted to f*** you!

-I'm sorry?

-I hope the baby tears you're p*ssy apart!

-We'll erase that last part, right?

-No, no, we keep everything, Cecilie.

Can we just get inside?

Yep, so this is the

Windberg-family's summerhouse.

We've spent our

vacation here almost every year.

Wow, this is nice.

-I'm hungry.

-Weren't you going to make pizza?


Can I just grab this room?


I think I'll lie down for a bit.


Veronica Windberg at

the Windberg-family's summerhouse.

She's about to disappear,

but no one is aware yet.

Especially not Mr. and Mrs. Windberg, -

- who thinks she's just

celebrating midsummer with a friend.

This is where Mr. Windberg usually sits, -

- reading a report and

checking text messages.

Over here is Mrs. Windberg's spot.

She's probably reading a novel

and drinking Dom Perignon.

This is where sister Windberg is studying

some foreign language or something.

And over here is big brother Windberg, -

- digging his music and

surfing the internet.



And then there is Veronica Windberg.

She was playing hide-and-seek, but -

- nobody bothered to look for very long.

3 pm on Sunday, right?

3 o'clock.

It feels like years ahead.

I think we should find a system.

We need to test it.

With rocks. On something that would float.


-Yeah, so we can sink it.

Ah great!

It's quite heavy.

Could you help?


-Will you help me with this?


Speed up, Cecilie!

Will you come into the boat?

What will they think,

when they see the tapes?

Come here! You could fall out.

Do you wish you could

see how they'll react?

I suggest we never look

at the recordings. Agree?

Why not?

So that we can say whatever

we want to the camera.

Do you know what to say?

Aren't we far enough?

You do know this is a speed boat, right?

Oh sh*t!

This is far enough, isn't it?

I'm glad I don't have to do this alone.

This is where I'm sleeping.

And it looks like Cecilie is staying here.

Clean Cecilie has already

brushed her teeth.

And this is..

Swan Pharmacy, how can I help you?

Hi, I'm Veronica Windberg,

I'm cleaning up an estate and I found some pills -

- I'm wondering if I should return them,

or if I should just throw them out?

What's the name on the box?


Like that.

Could we wait until we've eaten?

Yeah, let's do that.

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