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||IMDB Rating: 3.2/10 from votes
||Release: 28 January 2013 (Norway) /
||Genre: Action, Sci-Fi, Thriller
||Stars: Brathen Elin Synnøve, Christian Borch, Gjermund Gjesme, Graeme Whittington, Harald Evjan Furuholmen, Hauk Phillip Bugge, Hugo Herrmann, Jarand Breian Herdal, Joseph Whittington, Odd Rostad, Ruben Løfgren, Rune Dennis Tønnessen, Tendu, Vibecke Hertzberg
||Synopsis: Everywhen is when everything happens at the same time. In the year of 2077 a large count of the worlds population, 3 billion, suddenly disappears. Did they all go to a parallel reality? A 17 year old boy forces himself back from this reality, to try to save his 6 year old brother. Written by OJT
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To appreciate this you really need to know some basic info before
viewing. Otherwise you're most likely to find the film awful. Like if I
didn't know that Roberto Rodriguez first feature "El Mariachi" was made
for a total of 8000 dollars, you wouldn't really think that the film is
more than OK. When you get to know it's made in one shot due to the
cost of 35mm film, you simply cannot be more impressed.
What you need to know about this film, is that it's made of a couple of
17 year old Norwegian high school kids with all amateurs in all roles.
Then it's easier to get impressed. However this doesn't make this film
more than a curiosity, due to this, because there's too much not
functioning, though the idea is good enough, photography work is well
done, the effects are OK for it's budget and the score functions very
well. On the worse side is amateurish acting, incoherent storytelling,
badly spoken English and cheesy dialog from most of the actors and a
confusing rhythm. It's made with English dialog just to make the market
for the film bigger.
But being made for less than 10.000 dollars, there's quite a lot which
surprises. This film actually made it to Cinema release at a couple of
cinemas in Oslo, with quite good turn up, and is released on Blu-ray
and DVD in quite a handful of countries by Another World entertainment.
We're in a future world where teleporting is as common as making phone
calls, when 18 year old Ian Finch loses his five year old adopted
brother Dylan, when he disappears like half the population of the world
goes missing. Dylan seems to be a bit sad, and he strangely enough puts
a paper note into his brother's pocket. When Ian later on finds the
note, he immediately runs back home, only to find some dusty remains of
Dylan in the bathtub. He is then surprised by a boy at his own age,
facing him with a gun.
The film could have been much better if it wasn't made out to be an
action movie. The fear in threatening and the use of weapons make the
bad acting come to be too obvious. This is shot digitally, which means
they could have managed to train away the bad acting with more than one
take. Can't say anything other than that the bad acting ruins it for
The best scenes are shot in Oslo (which is not supposed to be Oslo,
though), without any actors. Another running scene with no dialog is
the film's best scene. The two main actors, Harald Evjan Furuholmen and
Hugo Hermann, related to the missing 5-year-old, have their moments,
and shows there's some acting talent there, but mostly runs around
looking cute and estranged cheeky. They should have had some hours of
theatrical training to use their voices. I think it would have been
better if shot in Norwegian. A couple of the lesser roles are played
brilliantly, though. Graeme Whittington is by far the best. Maybe this
was bad casting in several roles?
Well, it suits as an example of what is possible to do on a shoestring
budget today with digital technology. The two teenage creators Jarand
Breian Herdal (writer and director) and Jens Peder Hertzberg (Visual
effects creator) are talented, but in need of a more time and
professional supervision when it comes to many things. Using 10 minutes
of the running time of the film on character development in the film
would have helped a bit, and much more rehearsals for almost everyone
involved. The two trailers made for this, both featured on the DVD and
Blu-Ray are giving the impression of a better film than it is, and
shows more quality and talent than the film.
See what youngsters today are capable of achieving in both film making
and distribution, even if it lacks some serious quality, is very
interesting, though. We haven't heard the last of these two film
makers. Let's hope they attend film school before they do another
feature, while rehearsing on making short movies and improves on their
own quality measures.
The DVD and Blu-ray version, very professionally packaged by Another
World Entertainment has a 3 minute (why not longer??!!) "the making
of"-interview with the two young film makers, also in English, and this
gives some of the thoughts behind the project as well as how they
managed to make the film in less than 10.000 dollars.
I think this film might be used in start of film schools and media
classes, but maybe just in parts, as a discussion around how it
shouldn't be done. It's suited to inspire young film makers, no doubt!
I give a weak three stars (out of ten) for the overall effort, obvious
drive and talent. More precisely: Packaging (9), score (8), sound
effects (8), photography (6), trailers (5), visual effects (5), plot
and idea (5), locations (5), casting (4), But dragging down is dialog
(1), instruction (1), acting (2), script (3).
Still will be looking forward to see what's next, but in a few years
time. Far away from low budget young debuts of the likes Steven
Spielberg (18 when made "Firelight") or Xavier Dolan (19 when made "I
killed my mother"). Hope they doesn't take as long as Uwe Boll, but
more like Peter Jackson (both with directorial debut as 27!) has in
turning out decent movies, and hope they are connected with talented
people along the way. There's loads of film talent in Norway, so my
hope is hanging up there!
Tags for Everywhen Full Movie
Brathen Elin Synnøve
, Christian Borch
, Gjermund Gjesme
, Graeme Whittington
, Harald Evjan Furuholmen
, Hauk Phillip Bugge
, Hugo Herrmann
, Jarand Breian Herdal
, Joseph Whittington
, Odd Rostad
, Ruben Løfgren
, Rune Dennis Tønnessen
, Vibecke Hertzberg
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