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Vidar the Vampire

Norway 2017
produced by
John Iver Berg, Thomas Aske Berg, Fredrik Waldeland, Brigt Skrettingland (executive) for UFOh!, Foton4 Film
directed by Thomas Aske Berg, Fredrik Waldeland
starring Thomas Aske Berg, Brigt Skrettingland, Kim Sønderholm, Henrik Rafaelsen, Marit Sanden, Espen Hana, Isabelle Cau, Ruben Jonassen, Martha Kristine Kåstad, Astrid Braut Øksnevad, Ingvar Skretting, Sigve Aasland, Fredrik Waldeland, Linda Tveiten, Balder Scheen Jacobsen, Kathrine Jünger Ims, Jan Jonassen, Julie Sæbø Larsen, Sutharsan Bala, Sham Jaff, Stian Joa, Eileen Nesse Pedersen, Jarle Vangsnes, Hanne Vasshus, Magdalena Szpyruk, Siv Mary Espedal, Penda Faal, Camilla Thorvaldsen
written by Thomas Aske Berg, Fredrik Waldeland, music by Thomas Aske Berg, visual effects by John Iver Berg

Jesus Christ

review by
Mike Haberfelner

Vidar (Thomas Aske Berg) has always been a good boy - but now he's 33 years old and has been running his mum's (Marit Sanden) farm most of his life, neglecting his personal happiness, and his sexual experiences having mostly to do with the issues of Playboy magazine he hides under his mattress. So can you blame him for praying to the Lord for a more fulfilled life - and you know what, Jesus (Brigt Skrettingland) listens ... and turns him into an immortal vampire. Thus it's not long before Vidar's run out of town, and Jesus takes him under his wings - and directs him to all the best whorehouses of the country, shows him how to suck blood the most effective, and teaches him to embrace violence. Vidar doesn't want any of this, but no matter how hard he tries, be it by attending AA meetings, looking for true love, or visiting a psychotherapist (Kim Sønderholm), he just seems doomed to - well, live a doomed life ...


So ok, this film sure shows certain similarities to the instant cult comedy What We Do in the Shadows - what with its very dark humour, sympathetic take on vampirism, and general eccentricity -, but Vidar the Vampire nevertheless is a film that can stand on its own, thanks to a fun, blasphemy-spiked script, clever storytelling, and willingness to surprise. Plus, a very solid cast and a direction very familiar with the vampire genre to create the right (dark) mood make this a very entertaining piece of genre cinema.


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