- Starring: Anders Danielsen Lie, Espen Klouman-Høiner, Viktoria Winge
- Summary: Phillip and Erik stand at the mailbox, two cocky, grinning rebels full of 20-year-old verve and dreams, their whole lives hanging in the balance at this singular moment. Each is about to ship off his first novel to publishers, each is hoping to become a wildly influential cult author, each has a vision of a new life of nonstop intensity, brilliance, romance, and nightclubbing. Fast-forward six months. These reveries have crashed, hard, into reality. Phillip, whose novel garnered instant acclaim and turned him into a mini-celebrity, has had a terrifying breakdown and is just about to be released from a psychiatric hospital. Erik, who never sold his novel, is still pecking away, determined to follow in the footsteps of his undying hero, a reclusive but idolized writing genius, no matter what it takes. Reprise explores not just what happens to Phillip and Erik as they pick up the pieces, but what might have happened to them, what they imagine could happen, what they fear will possibly happen, and why they can't see what's actually happening. (Miramax Films)… Expand
- Director: Joachim Trier
- Genre(s): Drama
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WalkerP.10This is the best film I've seen in ages. Moving and very funny. Great music as well!
Anonymous5This movie was very disappointing. The plot moves at an amazingly brisk pace. Unfortunately, that left little or no time for character development.
SandyS.4I am over 65 years old. Perhaps that is why I found this movie so difficult to watch and to understand. It is hard to tell what is real and what is not , the editing jumps the scences abruptly.… Expand
TimH.2This movie is anything but energetic. It's a total bore. The stupid flashbacks serve only to create confusion and the sense that there is something profound happening, when it's all just mush. There should be a law against movie's that don't grab the audience in the first 30 minutes. After 30 minutes of waiting for something interesting to happen, my pal and I gave up. How this silly movie got a 79 from the critics is a mystery. I guess it's just the slack that critics cut for foreign language movies that have a slightly Bergmanesque quality. Don't waste your time or money on this one.… Expand