Uti vår hage (2003– )

TV Series   |  Comedy


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The Three comedians Atle Antonsen, Bård Tufte and Harald Eia invites you into their own garden, close to extreme inhabitants not to be trusted in any way.


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19 April 2004 | es-joer2
Great set of small films/sketches
One of the funniest and most unique comedy series in Norway. Each episode is a stand-alone story with different sub-stories that come together at the end of each episode. Everything from changing peoples jobs by adding something to a towns drinking water, going behind the scenes of a Public Awareness Agency (everything from former smokers to traffic-victims, convicts and closet homosexuals), finding out about an ancient prophecy of the mentally handicapped, the plight of the Danish population (they can´t understand a word they say, and the milkman earns a lot by pretending not to understand and selling gallons of milk) to visiting the parallel dimension of Norwegian Film (my favorite episode). It´s a great little set of films that surprisingly has some sympathy for the individual characters amongst all the crazy situations. Well worth your time!

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Release Date:

11 September 2003

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Norwegian


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Norway

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