The Conversation - A Nordic Film Podcast

The Conversation - A Nordic Film Podcast

By Kristjánsson & Koldborg J.
Tryggvi and Rune, from Iceland and Denmark respectively, get together somewhere over the Atlantic Ocean to talk movies in this bi-weekly podcast.

Having both recently become fathers, this podcast is a way for them to make room in their busy lives for their passion for film.
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#70: Chernobyl
Everybody’s talking about it. It’s episode 70 and the boys tackle the now infamous mini-series Chernobyl. The sheer horribleness of it all and the exquisite craftsmanship; the study of the human spirit, the suppressive ideology and rich history of the USSR. Vodka and blood. Na zdorov'ye! Our conversation about Chernobyl starts at 20:48 This episode contains a soundclip from Chernobyl. The intro music has soundclips from Blue Velvet, The Conversation, and Ex Machina. The introduction has sound clips from freesound.org recorded by klankbeeld, pfranzen, jongrubbs, felix.blume, deleted_user_54, and johnnythesalesman.
1:25:31
June 12, 2019
#69: Parenthood
It’s episode 69 and we continue to browse our back catalogue. This time it’s Ron Howard’s classic ode to family life, Parenthood. Very 80’s Hollywood, very funny and very appropriate for this time in our lives. Our conversation about Parenthood starts at 23:40 You can find the list of all movies mentioned here: bit.ly/TCP-069 This episode contains a soundclip from Parenthood (1989). The intro music has soundclips from Blue Velvet, The Conversation, and Ex Machina
1:15:16
May 29, 2019
#68: Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs
It’s not just the mouse folks. Today Rune and Tryggvi look at the film that built an empire, Disney’s 1937 masterpiece Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs. Just how good is it, and why? And what happens if you put on your feminist specs and really look at it? Our conversation about Snow White starts at 28:57 You can find the list of all movies mentioned here: bit.ly/TCP-068 This episode contains a soundclip from Snow White (1937). The intro music has soundclips from Blue Velvet, The Conversation, and Ex Machina
1:20:18
May 15, 2019
#67: 12 Monkeys / The OA Season 2 Finale
In an epic battle of explorers of worlds, benders of time and space, it’s Brit Marling vs Terry Gilliam. Who is the genius and who is the poser? Today’s main feature is Terry Gilliam’s 12 Monkeys and to complement that we finish season 2 of The OA. Hissss! Our discussion of The OA Season 2 episode 6 through 8 starts at 16:00 and 12 Monkeys at 1:06:22. You can find the list of all movies mentioned here: bit.ly/TCP-067 This episode contains a soundclips from The OA and 12 Monkeys. The intro music has soundclips from Blue Velvet, The Conversation, and Ex Machina
1:56:09
May 1, 2019
#66: Let's Get Lost / The OA Season 2 - Episode 3+4+5
The boys go full nineties and look at Danish cult film Let’s Get Lost. And as if the baggy pants aren’t profound enough, there are always the next 3 episodes of the OA. Beware the talking octopus. Our discussion of The OA Season 2 episode 3 through 5 starts at 10:53, Let's Get Lost at 50:35, and a special announcement at 1:24:28! You can find the list of all movies mentioned here: bit.ly/TCP-066 This episode contains a soundclips from The OA and Let's Get Lost. The intro music has soundclips from Blue Velvet, The Conversation, and Ex Machina
1:33:25
April 17, 2019
#65: Tokyo Story / The OA Season 2 - Episode 1+2
Finally, it’s the Ozu episode. The boys hit the Tatami mat and tackle his 1953 masterpiece: Tokyo Story. Is it the right film to watch on week 40 of your pregnancy? Then, the direct opposite: The first two episodes of the new series of The OA. It’s a detailed discussion about the full 140 mind-bending (or mind-numbing, depending on who you ask) minutes of them. Plus, surprisingly detailed birth stories from the perspective of two men. A little bit different this time. Our conversation about The OA Season 2 episode 1+2 starts at 30:00 and Tokyo Story at 1:02:40. You can find the list of all movies mentioned here: bit.ly/TCP-065 This episode contains a soundclips from the trailers of The OA and Tokyo Story. The intro music has soundclips from Blue Velvet, The Conversation, and Ex Machina
1:59:04
April 3, 2019
#64:They Shall Not Grow Old / Leaving Neverland
As CPH:DOX is starting today, wine aficionado Rune and Marvel-father Tryggvi enter the trenches with Peter Jackson’s new documentary They Shall Not Grow Old. Also, the 17 hour long drone-doc Leaving Neverland gets discussed in excruciating, slowly flying-over-Neverland detail. That, the sleep-training of 3 year olds, some very pregnant ladies and some very strong beer. Hold on tight. Our conversation about Leaving Neverland starts at 26:55 and They Shall Not Grow Old at 49:52 You can find the list of all movies mentioned here: bit.ly/TCP-064 This episode contains a soundclips from the trailers of Leaving Neverland and They Shall Not Grow Old. The intro music has soundclips from Blue Velvet, The Conversation, and Ex Machina
1:31:37
March 20, 2019
#63: Oscar Madness
Like them or loathe them, the Oscars are… there. We needed to clear the decks and therefore we talk about a few of the films most lauded at this year’s awards. Green Book, BlacKkKlansman, Roma, A Star is Born, Bohemian Rhapsody and Spider-man: Into the Spider-Verse get a breezy, not-so-deep look from the boys. Oscars, be gone! We're talking about Blackkklansman at 19:43, Green Book at 29:00, A Star is Born at 44:51, Bohemian Rhapsody at 59:18, ROMA at 1:11:30, and finally Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse at 1:27:52. You can find the list of all movies mentioned here: bit.ly/TCP-063 This episode contains a soundclips from the trailers of Blackkklansman, Green Book, A Star is Born, Bohemian Rhapsody, ROMA and Spider-man: Into the Spider-Verse. The intro music has soundclips from Blue Velvet, The Conversation, and Ex Machina
1:36:38
March 6, 2019
#62: The Favourite
We’re back! It’s been quite a ride, we’re a little battered and bruised but definitely ready to go. And we go big, as the main feature is Yorgos Lanthimos’ The Favourite, along with discussion about his singular, weird cinematic universe. And finally, we have some very exciting news. Our conversation about The Favourite starts at 34:16 You can find the list of all movies mentioned here: bit.ly/TCP-062 This episode contains a soundclips from the trailer of The Favourite. The intro music has soundclips from Blue Velvet, The Conversation, and Ex Machina
1:17:24
February 20, 2019
Re-run: Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri
Unfortunately, due to life getting in the way, we have to take another break this week. As a consolation, we have some relevant stuff for you from our catalogue. We feel that maybe this is the perfect time to reflect on the institution that is the Oscars and in that spirit we have decided to rerun episode 38 with our discussion about Three Billboards Outside Ebbing Missouri, which got nominated for a bunch of Oscars and won two. If you haven’t heard this one, it’s a doozy. Next time, we’ll be back with a vengeance, and we might have an announcement or two. This episode contains a soundclips from the trailer of Three Billboards. The intro music has soundclips from Blue Velvet, The Conversation, and Ex Machina
45:28
February 6, 2019
#61: First Reformed
We’re back! Tryggvi and Rune make their triumphant return from a deserved break with the light and breezy Oscar nominee First Reformed. But it’s not all fun and games as the boys tackle the big issues of the day, such as noodles, comedy and piss-poor beer. Our discussion of First Reformed starts at 31:17. You can find the list of all movies mentioned here: bit.ly/TCP-061 This episode contains a soundclip from the trailer of First Reformed. The intro music has soundclips from Blue Velvet, The Conversation, and Ex Machina
1:08:43
January 23, 2019
Happy New Year / Re-run: Phantom Thread
Happy New Year to all of you. We decided to take a week off to celebrate the holiday season and to recuperate from it. It's been a busy time for us, but rest assured, we will be back with a vengeance in a couple of weeks and have a lot of movies to catch up with. Today we are re-running our discussion on Phantom Thread, a favorite film of ours from 2018 which we feel has gotten way too little attention this year. Enjoy the show! Check out Rune's favorite films watched in 2018 on Letterboxd: bit.ly/rune-stats-2018 This episode contains a soundclip from the trailer of Phantom Thread. The intro music has soundclips from Blue Velvet, The Conversation, and Ex Machina
46:11
January 9, 2019
#60: Bird Box
Happy holidays folks! We bring you myrrh, frankincense and the apocalypse! Bird Box is the film, plus a look back at 2018 and forward to 2019. We're talking about Bird Box at 37:47. You can find the list of all movies mentioned here: bit.ly/TCP-060 This episode contains a soundclip from the trailer of Bird Box. The intro music has soundclips from Blue Velvet, The Conversation, and Ex Machina
1:16:38
December 26, 2018
#59: Krampus
It’s our HO HO HOrrible pre-Christmas show! Monsters old and new make appearances as Rune and Tryggvi check out Christmas horror film Krampus. But it’s not all chills as there is plenty of hygge, the wonderful Nathan Fillion and a special guest appearance by Bobby Ewing. We're talking about Krampus at 24:54. You can find the list of all movies mentioned here: bit.ly/TCP-059 This episode contains a soundclips from the trailer of Krampus. The intro music has soundclips from Blue Velvet, The Conversation, and Ex Machina
1:10:14
December 10, 2018
#58: The Ballad of Buster Scruggs
This aggression will not stand, man. Well, there sure is a lot of it though in episode 58 as Tryggvi and Rune finally get to discuss the Coen brothers’ wild west opus The Ballad of Buster Scruggs. Plus, horror teeth, some inappropriate parenting tips and since this is a Coen episode, a rug gets peed on. Our conversation about The Ballad of Buster Scruggs starts at 21:12 You can find the list of all movies mentioned here: bit.ly/TCP-058 This episode contains a soundclip from the trailer of The Ballad of Buster Scruggs. The intro music has soundclips from Blue Velvet, The Conversation, and Ex Machina
1:26:18
November 26, 2018
#57: The Guilty
It's a mixed pot of screaming toddlers, sugary drinks and airplane movies in episode 57, before Rune and Tryggvi battle it out over the merits of Denmark’s Oscar contender The Guilty. This may be the most they have disagreed thus far, so don't miss this one! We're talking about The Guilty at 29:07. You can find the list of all movies mentioned here: bit.ly/TCP-057 This episode contains a soundclips from the trailer of The Guilty. The intro music has soundclips from Blue Velvet, The Conversation, and Ex Machina
58:17
November 14, 2018
#56: Border
It’s episode 56 and this time Tryggvi and Rune enter some Nordic folklore and check out Swedish film and Un Certain Regard winner Gräns. Also, they look at Netflix’s Private Life and some other edgy stuff. It’s all a little bit unsettling, bordering on the normal - perfectly fitting for Halloween. We're talking about Private Life at 17:24 and Border at 32:38. You can find the list of all movies mentioned here: bit.ly/TCP-056 This episode contains a soundclips from the trailer of Border. The intro music has soundclips from Blue Velvet, The Conversation, and Ex Machina
1:06:29
October 31, 2018
#55: Goodfellas
I make you laugh? I’m here to fucking amuse you? Yes we are! It’s episode 55 and Rune and Tryggvi disagree about the merits of Scorsese’s cult classic Goodfellas. But it’s not all Jimmy Two-times and Johnny Roastbeef, we also have an all star lineup of Gilliam, Truffaut and Godard. Come on fuckos, let’s go for a ride! Rune’s brief review of The Man Who Killed Don Quixote starts at 4:30 and our discussion of Goodfellas starts at 24:20. You can find the list of all movies mentioned here: bit.ly/TCP-055 This episode contains a soundclip from the trailer of Goodfellas. The intro music has soundclips from Blue Velvet, The Conversation, and Ex Machina
1:22:31
October 17, 2018
#54: U: 22 July
Episode 54 is out and this time Tryggvi and Rune look at Norwegian film Utøya 22.July. Unsurprisingly, given the subject matter, the mood is quiet and sombre. There is however room for a salty drinking story and some fatherhood tips. A bit different this one, but not to be missed. Our discussion of Utøya 22. juli (U: July 22) starts at 21:25. You can find the list of all movies mentioned here: bit.ly/TCP-054 This episode contains a soundclip from the trailer of U: July 22. The intro music has soundclips from Blue Velvet, The Conversation, and Ex Machina
1:05:23
October 3, 2018
#53: Winter Brothers
It’s episode 53 and we go full frontal Nordic! Rune and Tryggvi get lost in Hlynur Pálmason’s dark, yet white, feature debut Winter Brothers. Also some Ozark talk, phone-bots, life hacks and no less than four glorious penises! Beat that, rest of the world! We're talking about Ozark at 24:36 and Winter Brothers starts at 41:11 You can find the list of all movies mentioned here: bit.ly/TCP-053 This episode contains a soundclips from the trailers of Ozark 2nd season and Winter Brothers. The intro music has soundclips from Blue Velvet, The Conversation, and Ex Machina
1:14:57
September 19, 2018
#52: Sharp Objects / Dunkirk
It’s episode 52 folks! On this rare occasion Tryggvi and Rune make a TV-show their main feature by looking at HBO’s Sharp Objects. This is supplemented by Christopher Nolan’s Dunkirk, some Terrible Twos and wasted people. And then there is the age old duel: Ingmar Bergman vs. Kristen Bell. We're talking about Dunkirk at 21:40, Sharp Objects starts at 40:07, and beware of 10 minutes the spoiler talk at 1:02:15 to 1:13:00. You can find the list of all movies mentioned here: bit.ly/TCP-052 This episode contains a soundclips from the trailer of Dunkirk and Sharp Objects. The intro music has soundclips from Blue Velvet, The Conversation, and Ex Machina
1:21:03
September 5, 2018
#51: Mission: Impossible - Fallout
Tom Cruise alert! Yes, after discussing Big Little Lies and other less remarkable TV, Rune and Tryggvi try to rein in their snobbery and enjoy some seriously intense running by Tom Cruise in the fifty-sixth installment of the Mission Impossible series. Will old Tom save the world? Is he maybe saving the world one movie at a time? Listen and find out! Our conversation about Mission: Impossible - Fallout starts at 31:44 You can find the list of all movies mentioned here: bit.ly/TCP-051 This episode contains a soundclips from the trailer of Mission: Impossible - Fallout. The intro music has soundclips from Blue Velvet, The Conversation, and Ex Machina
1:04:54
August 22, 2018
#50: Hereditary
It’s the big FIVE-O! In their landmark 50th episode, Tryggvi and Rune go all in on the horror by first checking out Wes Craven’s cult classic Last House on the Left before a spoiler filled discussion about the much lauded Hereditary. Evil in all shapes and sizes! Our conversation about Hereditary starts at 28:48 You can find the list of all movies mentioned here: bit.ly/TCP-050 This episode contains a soundclips from the trailer of Hereditary. The intro music has soundclips from Blue Velvet, The Conversation, and Ex Machina
1:09:12
August 8, 2018
#49: Live Show / Incredibles 2 / The Unknown Girl
Groeten uit het zonnige België, vrienden! In this momentous first live show, Tryggvi and Rune battle the balmy conditions to bring you Dardenne brothers' Un Fille Inconnue and Brad Bird's Incredibles 2. This is the unedited live taping and the video file is available as well. Enjoy!Watch the recording of the live show here: bit.ly/TCP-LIVE-049 Our conversation about The Unknown Girl starts at 18:14 and Incredibles 2 starts at 33:53 You can find the list of all movies mentioned here: bit.ly/TCP-049 This episode contains soundclips from the trailer of The Unknown Girl and Incredibles 2. The intro music has soundclips from Blue Velvet, The Conversation, and Ex Machina
1:32:16
July 25, 2018
#48: Coco / The Iron Giant
Hola amigos y amigas! This time rain-soaked Tryggvi and sun-burnt Rune take an emotional animation ride and check out Coco and The Iron Giant. Also, some great TV. Don't miss this one! Our conversation about The Iron Giant starts at 14:41 and Coco starts at 40:13 You can find the list of all movies mentioned here: bit.ly/TCP-048 This episode contains a soundclip from the trailer of Victory. The intro music has soundclips from Blue Velvet, The Conversation, and Ex Machina.
1:10:50
July 11, 2018
#47: World Cup Special / Victory
Hey there sports fans! In this World Cup Special soccer fan Rune and football fan Tryggvi discuss John Huston’s star-studded 1981 football-film Escape to Victory. Plus, the marvellous Icelandic national team, team swimming and nice Nazis. Our conversation about Victory starts at 27:44 You can find the list of all movies mentioned here: bit.ly/TCP-047 This episode contains a soundclip from the trailer of Victory. The intro music has soundclips from Blue Velvet, The Conversation, and Ex Machina.
1:03:42
June 27, 2018
#46: Lady Bird
This time Rune and Tryggvi travel to Sacramento for Greta Gerwig’s debut film Lady Bird. Also, we have lots of singing and dancing, huge hands, small glasses and burnt fingers. Our conversation about Lady Bird starts at 37:43 You can find the list of all the movies we talked about here: bit.ly/TCP-046 This episode contains a soundclip from the trailer of Lady Bird and Singing in the Rain. The intro music has soundclips from Blue Velvet, The Conversation, and Ex Machina.
1:12:04
June 13, 2018
#45: You Were Never Really Here
This time Tryggvi and Rune focus on Scottish director Lynne Ramsay and her latest film; You Were Never Really Here. Also, they talk about sound design, try to pronounce the name Joaquin and marvel at the wonder that is Leslie Knope. Our discussion about You Were Never Really Here starts at 22:36 You can find the list of all the movies we talked about here: bit.ly/TCP-045 This episode contains a soundclip from the trailer of You Were Never Really Here. The intro music has soundclips from Blue Velvet, The Conversation, and Ex Machina.
59:47
May 30, 2018
#44: Lucky
It’s episode 44 and it’s all about the late and great Harry Dean Stanton. While Rune and Tryggvi agree on the understated genius of Harry, trouble awaits when they discuss the merit of Lucky, his last hurrah. Plus, snazzy banter, the inevitable Eurovision talk, and some bad TV. Our talk about Lucky starts at 25:40 Check out the full list of movies mentioned in this episode by visiting our list on Letterboxd: bit.ly/TCP-044 This episode contains a sound clip from the trailer of Lucky. The intro music contains sound bites from The Conversation, Blue Velvet, and Ex Machina.
1:03:37
May 16, 2018
#43: Phantom Thread / A Quiet Place
It’s episode 43 folks! This time Tryggvi and Rune go American with two important, but very different films: Paul Thomas Anderson’s Phantom Thread and Jim Krasinski’s A Quiet Place. We also have dronning mandler, a whole lot of butter and perhaps one of the best acting performance ever. Take a bow Miss Harriet Sansom Harris. Our conversation about A Quiet Place starts at 20:20 and Phantom Thread at 37:55 Check out the full list of movies mentioned in this episode by visiting our list on Letterboxd: bit.ly/TCP-043 This episode contains a sound clip from the trailers of Phantom Thread and A Quiet Place. The intro music contains sound bites from The Conversation, Blue Velvet, and Ex Machina.
1:23:09
May 2, 2018
#42: On Body and Soul
This time Rune and Tryggvi check out Hungarian Berlinale winner On Body and Soul. Also, some trademark superhero-movie trash talk and some very important parenting advice: What not to do when your kid gets gum in the hair. Our conversation about On Body and Soul starts at 20:00 Check out the full list of movies mentioned in this episode by visiting our list on Letterboxd: bit.ly/TCP-042 This episode contains a sound clip from the trailer for On Body and Soul. The intro music contains sound bites from The Conversation, Blue Velvet, and Ex Machina.
1:01:45
April 18, 2018
#41: The Man Without a Past
This time Tryggvi and Rune declare their love for everything Finnish on the birthday of one of Finland’s favorite sons: Aki Kaurismäki. The focus is on one of his most celebrated work: The Man Without a Past. We salute you sir, happy birthday! Our conversation about The Man Without a Past starts at 12:15 Check out the full list of movies mentioned in this episode by visiting our list on Letterboxd: bit.ly/TCP-041 This episode contains a sound clip from the trailer for The Man Without a Past. The intro music contains sound bites from The Conversation, Blue Velvet, and Ex Machina.
52:33
April 4, 2018
#40: The Shape of Water / Annihilation
Difference of opinion alert! Rune and Tryggvi mark their 40th episode with a major disagreement on every film that comes up, particularly on the merits of Alex Garland’s new film Annihilation. Netflix or not: Is it any good? Join us and find out. Oscar talk around 5:09 and Annihilation starts at 24:28 Check out the full list of movies mentioned in this episode by visiting our list on Letterboxd: bit.ly/TCP-040 This episode contains a sound clip from the trailer for Annihilation. The intro music contains sound bites from The Conversation, Blue Velvet, and Ex Machina.
1:13:43
March 21, 2018
#39: The Florida Project
It’s Oscar time and as ever, Tryggvi and Rune simply do not care. Still, they have a look at a proper filmmaker in Sean Baker and his new film The Florida Project. Also, we have some two-year-olds, some beer and some banter. You know the drill. Oscar talk around 20:50 and The Florida Project starts at 35:16 Check out the full list of movies mentioned in this episode by visiting our list on Letterboxd: bit.ly/TCP-039 This episode contains a sound clip from the trailer for The Florida Project. The intro music contains sound bites from The Conversation, Blue Velvet, and Ex Machina.
1:10:32
March 7, 2018
#38: Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri
Marge Gunderson! Welcome to a special rock n’ roll edition of The Conversation. Rune and Tryggvi rock it out with some beer, whiskey, a whole lot of profanity and the wonderfully terrible Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri. Yes, all is well in the world of film accolades. Our conversation about Three Billboards starts at 18:11 Check out the full list of movies mentioned in this episode by visiting our list on Letterboxd: bit.ly/TCP-038 This episode contains a sound clip from the trailer of Three Billboards. The intro music contains sound bites from The Conversation, Blue Velvet, and Ex Machina.
1:01:41
February 21, 2018
#37: The Disaster Artist
Oh hi Denny! Yes, it’s episode 37 and finally Tryggvi and Rune get a chance to talk about Tommy Wiseau’s opus The Room. They are unwavering in their love for Tommy, but disagree about the merit of James Franco’s The Disaster Artist. Phrases such as “Hollywood stamp of crap” get thrown around as the weissbier flows. So if you have an opinion then LEAVE YOUR STUPID COMMENTS IN YOUR POCKET.. Or, you know, in the comment section cuz we’d love to hear from you. Our conversation about The Disaster Artist (and The Room) starts at 27:40 Check out the full list of movies mentioned in this episode by visiting our list on Letterboxd: bit.ly/TCP-037 This episode contains a sound clip from the trailer of The Disaster Artist. The intro music contains sound bites from The Conversation, Blue Velvet, and Ex Machina.
1:25:22
February 7, 2018
#36: The Seventh Seal
Herregud! Episode 36 is out, where Rune and Tryggvi start their journey into the genius of Ingmar Bergman on his centenary by reviewing his 1957 masterpiece The Seventh Seal. Unsurprisingly, this journey takes a few geek turns where Lego, Playstation, and The Olsen Gang play a part. And, is there a better wheat beer than Hoegaarden? Our discussion of The Seventh Seal starts at 22:20 Check out the full list of movies mentioned in this episode by visiting our list on Letterboxd: bit.ly/TCP-036 This episode contains a sound clip from the trailer of The Seventh Seal. The intro music contains sound bites from The Conversation, Blue Velvet, and Ex Machina.
1:06:40
January 24, 2018
#35: Thelma
End of year episode alert! Tryggvi and Rune start the new year by spectacularly disagreeing about Joachim Trier’s Thelma. Also, a look back at the good and bad of the weirdly over-hyped film year of 2017. Our discussion of Thelma starts at 31:11 Check out the full list of movies mentioned in this episode by visiting our list on Letterboxd: bit.ly/TCP-035 This episode contains a sound clip from the trailer of Thelma. The intro music contains sound bites from The Conversation, Blue Velvet, and Ex Machina.
1:11:44
January 10, 2018
#34: Upstream Color
Happy holidays everyone! The season of good cheer is upon us and The last Jedi is out as well! Wholesome and beerless fathers, Rune and Tryggvi, celebrate this by looking at Shane Carruth’s proper sci-fi film Upstream Color. Christmas talk, some cute piglets and Vince Vaughn: The essential ingredients of a good podcast. Our discussion of Upstream Color starts at 13:00 Check out the full list of movies mentioned in this episode by visiting our list on Letterboxd: bit.ly/TCP-034 This episode contains a sound clip from the trailer of Upstream Color. The intro music contains sound bites from The Conversation, Blue Velvet, and Ex Machina.
48:50
December 27, 2017
#33: A Christmas Tale
Hohohoholy crap it’s episode 33! Slightly tipsy hosts Tryggvi and Rune take on the holiday season by checking out French family drama-slash-black comedy A Christmas Tale. Hot tubs, peep-holes, alcohol and general family dysfunctions... tis the season! Our conversation about Un Conte de Nöel / A Christmas Tale starts at 19:51. Check out the full list of movies mentioned in this episode by visiting our list on Letterboxd: bit.ly/TCP-033 This episode contains a sound clip from the trailer of A Christmas Tale. The intro music contains sound bites from The Conversation, Blue Velvet, and Ex Machina.
59:58
December 13, 2017
#32: The Square
It’s episode 32 folks! This time Rune and Tryggvi discuss Swedish auteur Ruben Östlund and his latest opus: The Square. It’s all very shapely and civilized, maybe with the exception of the modern art, the apes and the projectile vomiting. Our conversation about The Square starts at 20:09. Check out the full list of movies mentioned in this episode by visiting our list on Letterboxd: bit.ly/TCP-032 This episode contains a sound clip from the trailer of The Square. The intro music contains sound bites from The Conversation, Blue Velvet, and Ex Machina.
1:24:23
November 29, 2017
#31: The Party
Episode 31 is out! Tryggvi and Rune are in festive mood and tackle Sally Potter’s new film The Party. Plus, Teletubbies, Midsomer Murders and a desperate plea to one of the hosts! Our conversation about The Party starts at 30:53. Check out the full list of movies mentioned in this episode by visiting our list on Letterboxd: http://bit.ly/TCP-031 This episode contains a sound clip from the trailer of The Party. The intro music contains sound bites from The Conversation, Blue Velvet, and Ex Machina.
1:10:03
November 15, 2017
#30: Stranger Things 2
Boo! It’s episode 30 and Rune and Tryggvi go deep into the Upside Down for a special Netflix Halloween Extravaganza. Along with Stranger Things, they check out new releases The Meyerowitz Stories and Gerald’s Game. Demogorgons, a dysfunctional family and Death himself: It certainly sounds like Halloween. Our conversation about The Meyerowitz Stories starts at 16:10, Gerald's Game at 34:15, and Stranger Things Season 2 at 53:00. Check out the full list of movies mentioned in this episode by visiting our list on Letterboxd: bit.ly/TCP-030 This episode contains a sound clip from the trailers of The Meyerowitz Stories, Gerald's Game, and Stranger Things Season 2. The intro music contains sound bites from The Conversation, Blue Velvet, and Ex Machina.
1:44:44
October 31, 2017
#29: The Snowman
Tryggvi and Rune go back to the proud tradition of Nordic Noir by checking out the multinational and star-studded crime thriller: The Snowman. With Jo Nesbø, Val Kilmer, an extraordinary fingerprint scanner, Martin Scorsese, a banana peel, and a detective named Harry Hole, what could go wrong? Our conversation about The Snowman starts at 24:56 Check out the full list of movies mentioned in this episode by visiting our list on Letterboxd: bit.ly/TCP-029 This episode contains a sound clip from the trailer of The Snowman. The intro music contains sound bites from The Conversation, Blue Velvet, and Ex Machina.
1:18:24
October 18, 2017
#28: Lost Highway / Twin Peaks: The Return
It’s episode 28 and a damn fine episode it is! Once again Rune and Tryggvi marvel at the surreal poetry of David Lynch. They take a peek behind the red curtains, look at cult classic Lost Highway and then his eighteen hour masterpiece, Twin Peaks: The Return. So much genius, so little time. Our conversation about Lost Highway starts at 15:00 and Twin Peaks: The Return at 52:13. Check out the full list of movies mentioned in this episode by visiting our list on Letterboxd: bit.ly/TCP-028 This episode contains a sound clips from trailers of Lost Highway and Twin Peaks: The Return. The intro music contains sound bites from The Conversation, Blue Velvet, and Ex Machina.
2:04:52
October 4, 2017
#27: IT / Parents
It’s episode 27 folks! Rune and Tryggvi are still in blockbuster mode, taking a look at clowny teen thriller IT. Also, they look at nominated films for the Nordic Council Film Prize and especially its Danish nominee, Forældre. Somehow the chat always turns to David Lynch though, and perhaps the question is whether anything can look good in comparison when the master is in your head? Our conversation about IT starts at 6:37 and Parents at 37:45. Check out the full list of movies mentioned in this episode by visiting our list on Letterboxd: bit.ly/TCP-027 This episode contains a sound clip from IT (2017) and Parents/Forældre (2016). The intro music contains sound bites from The Conversation, Blue Velvet, and Ex Machina.
1:26:35
September 20, 2017
#26: War for the Planet of the Apes
We’re back! After a well deserved summer break the boys return with episode 26. With the podcast being almost a year old and Tryggvi and Rune absolutely none the wiser, what better way to start a shiny new season than with some seriously smart apes? That, some other monkey business from the summer and a look ahead to the coming season. Stay tuned! Our conversation about War for the Planet of the Apes starts at 38:25. Check out the full list of movies mentioned in this episode by visiting our list on Letterboxd: bit.ly/TCP-026 This episode contains a sound clip from War for the Planet of the Apes. The intro music contains sound bites from The Conversation, Blue Velvet, and Ex Machina.
1:39:27
September 6, 2017
#25: Wayne’s World / French New Wave
Ladies and gentlemen, all the way from Paris, it's episode 25! And, being in Le Republique, Tryggvi and Rune must explore a bit the cinema of this great country and they do so by checking out two of the greatest films of the French New Wave: Truffaut's Jules et Jim and Rohmer's Le Genou de Claire. But it's not all France as we also talk about the legacy of Wayne’s World and argue about the merits of some TV-shows. Enjoy! Our conversation about Wayne's World starts at 21:40, Jim and Jules at 42:05, and Claire's Knee at 1:11:30 Check out the full list of movies mentioned in this episode by visiting our list on Letterboxd: bit.ly/TCP-025 This episode contains a sound clip from Wayne's World, Jim and Jules, and Claire's Knee. The intro music contains sound bites from The Conversation, Blue Velvet, and Ex Machina.
1:42:09
July 26, 2017
#024: Wonder Woman / SKAM
Episode 24 is out! This time Rune and Tryggvi try to understand modern day female superheroes in the shape of DC Comics’ Wonder Woman and SKAM’s muslim teenager Sana. Also, somebody mentions France (again), there are some superhero tears and of course Lena Dunham’s dog. Our conversation about Wonder Woman starts at 47:25 Check out the full list of movies mentioned in this episode by visiting our list on Letterboxd: bit.ly/TCP-024 This episode contains a sound clip from Wonder Woman. The intro music contains sound bites from The Conversation, Blue Velvet, and Ex Machina.
1:30:40
July 12, 2017
#023: Heartstone
It’s episode 23 folks, and Tryggvi and Rune are back to their familiar one-on-one format. This time the boys celebrate Hollywood blockbuster season with reviewing tiny, but much lauded Icelandic coming-of-age (sic) film Heartstone. We also have a heated TV-debate with Girls, Master of None and Twin Peaks being involved. And, first time ever: Power napping in a movie theater! Our conversation about Heartstone starts at 41:33 Check out the full list of movies mentioned in this episode by visiting our list on Letterboxd: bit.ly/TCP-023 This episode contains a sound clip from Heartstone. The intro music contains sound bites from The Conversation, Blue Velvet, and Ex Machina.
1:33:30
June 28, 2017
#022: Nightcrawler / Festen
Episode 22 is out! This time we have some special guests as the boys from Cinematic Syndrome join Rune and Tryggvi for some across-the-pond chat about Nordic films versus American films. From the north we have Danish dogme film Festen from 1998 and from the US we have 2014 dark thriller Nightcrawler. A clash of cultures? U betcha! Check out the full list of movies mentioned in this episode by visiting our list on Letterboxd: bit.ly/TCP022 The intro music contains sound bites from The Conversation, Blue Velvet, and Ex Machina.
1:22:04
June 14, 2017
Episode 21: Blue Velvet / Fire Walk with Me
Episode 21 is out folks! This time we dive well below the surface into the weird, creepy and wonderful underworld of David Lynch. The sounds, the dreams, the open doors and the garmonbozia: It’s all there when we look at his 1986 classic Blue Velvet and then the much less celebrated 1992 release Fire Walk With Me. Listen, or we send Killer Bob. Our conversation about Blue Velvet and Fire Walk with Me starts at 19:55 Check out the full list of movies mentioned in this episode by visiting our list on Letterboxd: bit.ly/TCP021 This episode contains a sound clip from Blue Velvet. The intro music contains sound bites from The Conversation, Blue Velvet, and Ex Machina.
1:26:21
May 31, 2017
Episode 20: OLDBOY x2
The craftsman, the visionary, the genius: It's episode twenty and we are still with Korean director Park Chan-wook. This time it’s his classic 2003 revenge opus Oldboy. For comparison we have Spike Lee’s American remake from 2013 and it’s all very interesting to say the least. Also we have some Icelandic horror, Danish crime and of course a white Russian in a hot-tub.  Our conversation about OLDBOY starts at 24:30  Check out the full list of movies mentioned in this episode by visiting our list on Letterboxd: bit.ly/TCP020  This episode contains a sound clip from OLDBOY (2003). The intro music contains sound bites from The Conversation, Blue Velvet, and Ex Machina.
1:12:49
May 17, 2017
Episode 19: The Handmaiden
This time your hosts Rune and Tryggvi travel deep into the orient to review Park Chan-wook’s delightfully twisted lesbian thriller The Handmaiden. Also, special appearances from OJ Simpson and Mr. Garrison A fine blend! Our conversation about The Handmaiden starts at 24:36 Check out the full list of movies mentioned in this episode by visiting our list on Letterboxd: http://bit.ly/TCP019 This episode contains a sound clip from The Handmaiden. The intro music contains sound bites from The Conversation, Blue Velvet, and Ex Machina.
1:10:15
May 3, 2017
Episode 18: Get Out
It’s episode eighteen folks! This time much travelled hosts Rune and Tryggvi descend deep into film-geekdom with talk about books, computer games, and museums before tackling Jordan Peele’s new horror film, Get Out. Also, there is some signature pen-clicking and general banter, ending with Captain Obvious teaching us about numbers. Our conversation about Get Out starts at 35:24 (and a bit of spoiler talk between 57:40 to 1:01:30) Check out the full list of movies mentioned in this episode by visiting our list on Letterboxd: bit.ly/TCP018 This episode contains a sound clip from the trailer of Get Out. The intro music contains sound bites from The Conversation, Blue Velvet, and Ex Machina.
1:15:47
April 19, 2017
Episode 17: Manchester by the Sea
Ladies and gents, it’s episode seventeen! This time the mood is a bit sombre as hosts Rune and Tryggvi discuss Kenneth Lonergan’s Manchester by the Sea. But it’s not all doom and gloom as we also have Elmo, some sprightly seniors and a gorgeous young Schwarzenegger. Yeah, and SKAM. Always a little SKAM. Our conversation about Manchester by the Sea starts at 27:40. Check out the full list of movies mentioned in this episode by visiting our list on Letterboxd: bit.ly/TCP017 This episode contains a sound clip from the trailer of Manchester by the Sea. The intro music contains sound bites from The Conversation, Blue Velvet, and Ex Machina.
1:16:52
April 5, 2017
Episode 16: T2 Trainspotting
Snake-cake, whipped meat and heroin? Yes, this can only mean that episode 16 is out. This time Tryggvi and Rune gossip a bit about TV before they visit the old skagboys in Trainspotting 2, who again are up to no good. So, mibbe listen tae whit we've goat tae say here, ay? Unless ya cunts've goat trouble wi the Queen's fuckin English, ken! Our conversation about T2 Trainspotting starts at 19:00. Check out the full list of movies mentioned in this episode by visiting our list on Letterboxd: bit.ly/TCP-016 This episode contains a sound clip from the trailer of T2 Trainspotting. The intro music contains sound bites from The Conversation, Blue Velvet, and Ex Machina.
1:06:27
March 22, 2017
Episode 15: LA LA LAND / Man with a Movie Camera
Episode fifteen is out! This time Rune and Tryggvi look at the Russian silent classic Man With a Movie Camera before checking out much hyped Oscar-laden musical La La Land. Also, we have the kids turning one year old, overuse of the word awesome and of course Philip the lama, who just gave birth. Our conversation about LA LA LAND starts at 33:08 Check out the full list of movies mentioned in this episode by visiting our list on Letterboxd: bit.ly/TCP015 This episode contains a sound clip from the trailer of LA LA LAND. The intro music contains sound bites from The Conversation, Blue Velvet, and Ex Machina.
1:07:54
March 8, 2017
Episode 14: Toni Erdmann / SKAM
Drittsekk! It’s episode fourteen and this time it’s the best Europe has to offer. Sleep-deprived hosts Tryggvi and Rune take a look at the glorious but slightly uncomfortable Toni Erdmann, false teeth and all. Also, it’s season two of The Missing and the incredibly complicated life of Norwegian teenagers in SKAM. Toni Erdmann conversation starts at 35:04. Check out the full list of movies mentioned in this episode by visiting our list on Letterboxd: bit.ly/TCP014 This episode contains a sound clip from the trailer of Toni Erdmann. The intro music contains sound bites from The Conversation, Blue Velvet, and Ex Machina.
1:11:15
February 22, 2017
Episode 13: Paterson
Episode thirteen is upon us folks. This time the Tryggvi and Rune delve into the depths of urban poetry in Paterson, the latest film by the King of Cool himself, Jim Jarmusch. The white-haired master of the mundane, the hip-hop samurai has the stage this time, although he reluctantly shares it for a brief moment with The OA and the show’s first ever guest. Not to be missed! The Paterson discussion starts at 25:56 Check out the full list of movies mentioned in this episode by visiting our list on Letterboxd: bit.ly/TCP013 This episode contains a sound clip from the trailer of Paterson. The intro music contains sound bites from The Conversation, Blue Velvet, and Ex Machina. The theme melody for The Conversation is composed by Jacob Rovsing Koch. Check out the full version here: bit.ly/TCP_Theme
1:22:41
February 8, 2017
Episode 12: Kubo and the Two Strings / Anomalisa
Episode twelve is out! This time it's all about the wondrous world of Stop-Motion, with the boys taking a look at two of the genre's latest achievements. Firstly it's the recently Oscar-nominated Kubo and the Two Strings and after that Charlie Kaufman's brilliant but melancholy Anomalisa. It's quite a ride, with flying origami, neuro-psychiatric conditions and some consenting puppet sex. 00:00 - Introduction 01:30 - Kubo & the Two Strings 25:55- Anomalisa 58:25 - Wrapping up Check out the full list of movies mentioned in this episode by visiting our list on Letterboxd: bit.ly/TCP012 This episode contains sound clips from the trailer of Kubo & the Two Strings and Anomalisa. The intro music contains sound bites from The Conversation, Blue Velvet, and Ex Machina. The theme melody for The Conversation is composed by Jacob Rovsing Koch. Check out the full version here: bit.ly/TCP_Theme
1:08:42
January 25, 2017
Episode 11: 2016 in Retrospect
In this first episode of 2017, the still mildly sugar-shocked Rune and Tryggvi look back on 2016 and discuss their favorite films from the year as well as some of the lesser ones. Also, the boys talk about the year from a personal perspective, the goblin king David Bowie comes up and of course SAAB, the most important of all cars. 00:00 - Introduction 01:13 - In-flight Entertainment & Holiday Movies 29:50 - Our Year in Review 2016 46:12 - Our Awards for 2016 1:26:46 - Upcoming in 2017 1:47:39 - It's a wrap Check out the full list of movies mentioned in this episode by visiting our list on Letterboxd: bit.ly/TCP011 This episode contains sound clips from the trailer of Hail Ceasar! and La La Land. The intro music contains sound bites from The Conversation, Blue Velvet, and Ex Machina. The theme melody for The Conversation is composed by Jacob Rovsing Koch. Check out the full version here: bit.ly/TCP_Theme
1:49:26
January 11, 2017
Episode 10: Holiday Intermezzo
Happy holidays everyone and thank you all for listening to our show in 2016. We are happy to have started this podcast and are always looking forward to our conversations and we hope you do too. This week's show has unfortunately been cancelled, because of us being too optimistic about our time during the holiday season, but we will return with a vengeance in 2017. Happy new year and see you all in 2017!
03:08
December 28, 2016
Episode 009: Christmas Special
The boys are in a relaxed, beer drinking, robe wearing mode in this extra long Christmas Special. They talk about their favorite Christmas films and surprisingly, disagree about almost every film discussed, except which one is the ultimate Christmas film. 00:00 - Introduction 01:00 - Elf 13:15 - The Ref / Hostile Hostages 30:30 - How the Grinch Stole Christmas 52:10 - Other Christmas Movie Talk 1:16:30 - Top 5 Christmas Movies Check out the full list of movies mentioned in this episode by visiting our list on Letterboxd: bit.ly/TCP009 This episode contains sound clips from the trailer of Elf, How the Grinch Stole Christmas, The Muppet Christmas Carol, and a clip from The Julekalender. The intro music contains sound bites from The Conversation, Blue Velvet, and Ex Machina. The theme melody for The Conversation is composed by Jacob Rovsing Koch. Check out the full version here: bit.ly/TCP_Theme
1:42:17
December 14, 2016
Episode 008: Hacksaw Ridge / TV Lounge
In this episode Rune and Tryggvi check out Mel Gibson’s new opus Hacksaw Ridge. After that it’s velvet robes and whiskey in the ever comfortable TV Lounge where the lads talk about The Fall and Gilmore Girls among other things. Ahh the Gilmore Girls, they speak so fast but they speak so true. 00:00 - Introduction to the show 01:54 - Hacksaw Ridge 33:41 - TV Lounge: The Fall 51:14 - TV Lounge: Gilmore Girls and More 1:05:00 - That's a wrap Check out the full list of movies mentioned in this episode by visiting our list on Letterboxd: http://bit.ly/TCP008 This episode contains sound clips from the trailer of Hacksaw Ridge, The Fall, and Gilmore Girls. The intro music contains sound bites from The Conversation, Blue Velvet, and Ex Machina. The theme melody for The Conversation is composed by Jacob Rovsing Koch. Check out the full version: http://bit.ly/TCP_Theme
1:08:08
November 30, 2016
Episode 007: Jack Reacher 2 / Top Gun
In this episode Rune and Tryggvi check out Tom Cruise's new aptly named tough guy film Jack Reacher: Never Go Back. After that they look at 80's classic Top Gun, where they find some surprisingly obvious subtext. Finally, they end with talking about their top five favourite Tom Cruise films. It's Thomas Cruise Mapother IV all the way ladies and gentlemen! 00:00 - Introduction to the show 01:02 - Jack Reacher: Never Go Back 22:52 - Top Gun 41:59 - Top 5 Tom Cruise 1:03:45 - That's a wrap Check out the full list of movies mentioned in this episode by visiting our list on Letterboxd: bit.ly/TCP007 This episode contains sound clips from the trailer of Jack Reacher: Never Go Back, Top Gun, and Rain Man. The intro music contains sound bites from Young Frankenstein, The Conversation, and Blue Velvet. The theme melody for The Conversation is composed by Jacob Rovsing Koch. Check out the full version here: bit.ly/TCP_Theme
1:05:50
November 16, 2016
Episode 006: Captain Fantastic / The Shop Around the Corner
This time the boys focus on recently released film Captain Fantastic, starring (very importantly) Danish actor Viggo Mortensen. Then they take a look at genius director Ernst Lubitsch and explore the elusive "Lubitsch touch" in his 1940 film The Shop Around The Corner. Finally, they answer a question from an avid listener. Schedule: 00:00 - Introduction 01:11 - Captain Fantastic 27:00 - The Shop Around the Corner 48:53 - Feedback from a special listener 56:28 - It's a wrap Check out the full list of movies mentioned in this episode by visiting our list on Letterboxd: http://bit.ly/TCP006 This episode contains soundclips from the trailer of Captain Fantastic, a clip from the trailer of The Shop Around the Corner, and the audio from a scene from Young Frankenstein. The intro music contains sound bites from The Conversation, Blue Velvet, and Ex Machina. The theme melody for The Conversation is composed by Jacob Rovsing Koch. Check out the full version here: http://bit.ly/TCP_Theme
58:32
November 2, 2016
Episode 005: The Magnificent Seven vs. Seven Samurai
In this episode the boys take a look at The Magnificent Seven, a new remake of a remake of Akira Kurosawa's 1953 masterpiece Seven Samurai. After that they share what they have been watching on TV with an unexpected visit to Sesame Street. Schedule 00:00 - Intro + new theme melody - Thanks Jacob! 02:02 - The Magnificent Seven vs. 7 Samurai 53:25 - TV Lounge 1:13:38 - That's a wrap Check out the full list of movies mentioned in this episode by visiting our list on Letterboxd: http://bit.ly/TCP005 This episode contains soundclips from the trailer of The Magnificent Seven (2016), a few seconds of the theme for The Magnificent Seven (1960), and a clip from the trailer of GIRLS. The intro music contains sound bites from Young Frankenstein (1972), The Conversation (1974) and Blue Velvet (1986). The theme melody for The Conversation is composed by Jacob Rovsing Koch. Check out the full version here: http://bit.ly/TCP_Theme
1:16:05
October 19, 2016
Episode 004: The Neon Demon
In this episode the lads take a stab at The Neon Demon, Nicolas Winding Refn's new film. After that they talk about what is on their watchlist and finally they select their favourite Danish films. Schedule: 00:00: Introduction 00:55: The Neon Demon 36:07: The Watchlist 50:30: Top 3 Favorite Danish Movies 1:04:14: It's a wrap! Check out the full list of movies mentioned in this episode by visiting our list on Letterboxd: http://bit.ly/TCP004 This episode contains soundclips from the trailer of The Neon Demon (2016). The intro music contains sound bites from Young Frankenstein (1972), The Conversation (1974) and Blue Velvet (1986). Music is "Nordic Smile" by RuneKJ (https://soundcloud.com/runekj/nordic-smile)
1:06:48
October 5, 2016
Episode 003: The Lobster / Young Frankenstein
In episode 3, Rune and Tryggvi discuss The Lobster, latest film by accomplished Greek director Yorgos Lanthimos. After that they pay tribute to the recently departed Gene Wilder by discussing Young Frankenstein, a film he co-wrote and starred in. Schedule for this episode: 00:00 - Intro 00:55 - The Lobster 28:37 - Young Frankenstein 48:03 - It's a wrap Check out the full list of movies mentioned in this episode by visiting our list on Letterboxd: http://bit.ly/TCP003 Legal Stuff: This episode contains soundclips from the trailer of The Lobster (2015) and soundclips from Young Frankenstein (1972) The intro music contains sound bites from Young Frankenstein (1972), The Conversation (1974) and Blue Velvet (1986). Music is "Nordic Smile" by RuneKJ (https://soundcloud.com/runekj/nordic-smile)
50:08
September 21, 2016
Episode 002: Sparrows
In this second episode of The Conversation, Tryggvi and Rune discuss Sparrows, a new film by Icelandic director Rúnar Rúnarsson. They also look into what else they have been watching lately and finally do a top 3 list of their favorite Icelandic films. Schedule for this episode: 00:00 - Intro 01:19 - Sparrows 29:46 - The Diary 48:38 - Top 3: Icelandic Movies 1:05:05 - It's a wrap Check out the full list of movies mentioned in this episode by visiting our list on Letterboxd: http://bit.ly/TCP002 Legal Stuff: This episode contains soundclips from the trailer of Sparrows (2015) The intro music contains sound bites from Frankenstein (1931), The Conversation (1974) and Blue Velvet (1986). Music is "Nordic Smile" by RuneKJ (https://soundcloud.com/runekj/nordic-smile)
1:06:58
September 14, 2016
Episode 001: Jason Bourne / Bad Moms
Thanks for downloading this new film podcast. We, Tryggvi Þór Kristjánsson from Iceland and Rune Koldborg Jensen from Denmark, will try to bring a different, Nordic perspective to the film discussion. We became fathers three days apart and are now trying to motivate ourselves to watch movies despite having busy lives with 6 month old babies, full time jobs, and various other projects. The motivation lies in making this bi-weekly podcast, where we will talk about new and old movies and TV shows. We are not film critics, but we both enjoy movies and love to talk about them... So why not try to record it as well. In this first (ever) episode, we will discuss Jason Bourne and Bad Moms as well as presenting our top 5 favorite movies. Schedule for this episode: 00:00 - Introduction 05:31 - Jason Bourne 23:42 - Bad Moms 40:22 - Top 5 59:35 - Outro Check out the full list of movies mentioned in this episode by visiting our list on letterboxd: http://bit.ly/TCP001 Legal Stuff: This episode contains soundclips from the trailer of Jason Bourne (2016) and Bad Moms (2016). The intro music contains sound bites from Frankenstein (1931), The Conversation (1974) and Blue Velvet (1986). Music is "Nordic Smile" by RuneKJ (https://soundcloud.com/runekj/nordic-smile)
1:02:16
September 7, 2016