Vidar left me unsatisfied. Here in Minnesota, the "bachelor Norwegian farmer" is a decades-running meme only recently terminated by #MeToo; that this character exists in film was cheering of itself, and he comes across as empathetic at first. The method of vampire siring -- hilarious to me, mind-blowingly offensive to Christians -- created the potential for a fascinating film. But the subsequent plot was too one-dimensional and the characters' motivations too thin. I stopped caring much, and at film's end my reaction was "Meh. Quitter." It's worth seeing just for the audacity, but it could have been so much more.
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Vidar the Vampire (2017)
VampyrVidar is a movie starring Thomas Aske Berg, Brigt Skrettingland, and Kim S?nderholm. A Christian farmer searching for a higher purpose to life, falls into sin and wakes up as the Prince of Darkness in the city of Stavanger,...
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A Christian farmer searching for a higher purpose to life, falls into sin and wakes up as the Prince of Darkness in the city of Stavanger, Norway.
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Move Over, Mapplethorpe and SerranoReviewed byTrTm316Vote: 6/10
Let me clear the air from the start: Do not even begin to compare this "What we do in the shadows". They're both comedies and they are both with and about vampires. But very different in style and some of the humor too. The pseudo documentary (reality TV) aspect of the mentioned other movie makes it apparent, but I can tell you that some people at the festival I watched it, drew the comparison.
If you can let go of that, you will be able to enjoy a movie, that is more than decent, if you are not too Christian and/or easily offended. The jokes are not all hits and the movie felt like it slowed down midway through. But pacing issues aside, this was still fun to watch and had quite a few (crazy) things going for it
I personally enjoyed this movie a lot. First the story,well placed,well developed,interesting from the begining to the end,no missing points. Very funny illustration of norwegian reality, somewhere deep in the countryside,i felt like i was there myself while watching the movie. Amazing play of the actors, i enjoyed every minute of Vidars confession,brilliant. Yes,discusting it is,i am just a bit concervative to watch some of those scenes but it is hard to imagine this movie without those scenes,this is a part of a quest, everything connected,take one part away and you missing the point or a joke that follows.