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Troll 2022


Troll is a 2022 Norwegian monster film directed by Roar Uthaug.[2][3] Starring Ine Marie Wilmann, Kim Falck, Mads Sjøgård Pettersen, Gard B. Eidsvold, Pål Richard Lunderby, and Eric Vorenholt, it follows a ragtag group of people who must come together to stop an ancient troll that was awakened in a Norwegian mountain and prevent it from wreaking havoc.




Troll 2022



Troll was released by Netflix on 1 December 2022. It received generally positive reviews from critics,[4] with praise for the performances, score, cinematography, direction, visual effects, and action sequences, but criticism towards its derivative plot.[citation needed]


As the troll heads to Norway's capital Oslo, the prime minister orders a complete evacuation of the city. After learning of the government's plan to destroy the troll with a nuclear bomb on Oslo, Nora and Andreas object, but are dismissed from the task force. Nora makes a last attempt to find out the truth about the creature. Tobias' notes lead them to the Royal Palace, where they meet Chief of Court Rikard Sinding, who reveals the truth about trolls in Norway. Tobias had been right all along; Trolls had been living in Norway until they were wiped out by Christian settlers and the truth buried in folklore. When Nora's father got too close to the truth, Sinding had him discredited and committed to a mental health hospital. The Royal palace was built on top of the Troll King's palace after the Christians massacred his family and left him for dead inside a cavern in the Dovre mountains. Nora concludes that the creature is heading for Oslo in an attempt to return home.


Discovering that trolls are vulnerable to direct sunlight, Nora and Kris plan to expose the troll to UV light from a number of tanning beds. While Kris calls on fellow soldiers to make the troll trap, Andreas asks his friend Sigrid at the secret government facility to delay the bombing of Oslo. Sigrid hacks into the military's system to halt the nuclear strike. Nora and Andreas place the skull of one of the troll's babies in the back of the Queen's truck and lure him to the UV light trap. Nora has a last-minute change of heart, turns off the lights, and tries to save the creature's life. However, the sun then rises into a clear sky and kills the troll. While everyone else rejoices, Andreas and Nora wonder if more trolls are still alive deep inside Norway's mountains.


News website TheWrap officially announced Troll on 25 August 2020, with an article featuring a synopsis, and a statement from Uthaug.[6] In March 2021, Bloody Disgusting revealed concept art of the titular monster attacking Oslo.[7] In January 2022, David Kosse of Netflix described the film as "a giant four-quadrant event movie that happens to take place in Norway... with a troll."[8]


Parents need to know that Troll features an enormous troll who threatens the nation of Norway and destroys everything in its path. It's unclear for much of the film what the Troll's intentions are, but the government and military are unsuccessful in combatting him with their most powerful weapons. While there isn't a lot of explicitly gruesome detail, the troll does eat one soldier (after smelling blood), down some manned helicopters, walk through homes, destroy city buildings, threaten an amusement park full of families, and kill others accidentally with his largeness, including a main character. Women hold leading political, scientific, and intelligence roles in this Norwegian-language film. Swear words in the subtitles include "s--t," "bulls--t," "damn," "hell," "ass," "heck," "screw," and "piss off."


Nora Tidemann (Ine Marie Wilmann) grew up in the countryside hearing legends from her father Tobias (Gard B. Eidsvold) about the trolls who were turned to stone by sunshine in TROLL. Her dad went on to become so obsessed with the story of the demise of the trolls in Norway that he was eventually sent to a mental institution. Nora grew up to become a respected archaeologist. When a giant creature emerges out of a mountain, the government calls Nora in to consult. Slowly she realizes the creature may well be a troll, and she pulls her father in for help. She forges a fast bond with the Prime Minister's right-hand man Andreas (Kim Falck) and a soldier known as Captain Kris (Mads Sjogard Pettersen). She'll need their support as she comes up with increasingly creative ideas to counter the troll, who is forging a destructive path straight toward the capital city of Oslo.


Old-school monster movie fans will enjoy this Netflix original from Norway.Deep mountain tunneling unearths a giant troll. What was once thought to be a mere fairy tale is now a building-smashing reality.Geologist Nora Tiderman (Ine Marie Wilmann) must look into Norway's past and myths to find a way to stop the towering creature made of stone.


MV Godzilla is certainly larger than what that chart is showing. I mean, just look at Kong 2017's size. He was gigantic compared to a human. If you were to multiple that to about 4x, you'd get MV Godzilla's size, which absolutely dwarfs the trolls.


He was once the king of an ancient species of trolls who, long ago, was lured and left for dead in the Dovre mountain by Christians during the Christianization of Norway and is depicted as (presumably) the very last of them after his race are wiped out. Years later, when workers were building a road through the mountain where the Troll King was trapped in, explosives woke him up, causing the giant stone creature to start making his way to Norway's capital, Oslo, while causing both indirect and direct destruction and casualties. Although not necessarily evil despite being a destructive man-eating beast, the Troll King actually turns out to be an ultimately intelligent, normally peaceful creature who simply wanted to be reunited with his family, even though they are already deceased.


The Troll King appears to be a giant-sized, bald, humanoid creature with a stout yet muscular build, skin made of earthen matter, a large bulbous nose typical of Scandinavian mythological trolls, and body hair - tail and huge beard in particular - made of plant matter such as roots, branches, and twigs. Only his eyes, sharp teeth, and internal organs that truly organic by contrast. Nevertheless, his external physiological feature proved beneficial while camouflaging.


The Troll King eventually shows up at night and is attacked by military weapons, all of this being supervised by the government. However, none of this worked since the Troll King is impossible to wound or kill as his wounds are shown to instantly regenerate. The creature then responds by destroying all the tanks, killing most of military forces. When Kris, Nora, Tobias and Andreas are hiding alongside a bleeding Christians soldier, the latter's panicked prayer brought the troll's attention to the group, much to Tobias' horror that he rallied them to bail out as soon as possible. True to this, the enraged Troll King swoop his hand at their location, managing to devour the same soldier as they watched in horror. Against the military's judgement, Tobias attempted to talk to Troll King only to be accidentally swatted aside with the latter's tail because he turned around to destroy a nearby machine gun truck. Remorseful over the accidental murder on Tobias who could only tell his daughter that she had to believe, Troll King look on in sorrow before leaving.


In the aftermath of the incident, Nora decided to have the area surrounding boulders Troll King's corpse petrified into named "Tobias Boulder" to remember her father who fought to prove the existence of Trolls despite the odds against the government who sought to keep it a secret due to their past association with Christians which responsible in both their attempted genocide in the past and warping their image. Despite the initial assumption of Troll King being the last of his kind, Nora and Andreas, who opted to follow his original dreams to be a writer, suspected that there might be more of his brethren hidden somewhere. True to this, another troll, perhaps one of those who accompanied Troll King and sealed alongside their leader during the purge, awakened beneath Dovre mountain at last...


Troll is a Norwegian Kaiju movie produced by Netflix, directed by Roar Uthaug, and starring Ine Marie Wilmann. When an explosion in the Norwegian mountains awakens an ancient troll, officials appoint a fearless palaeontologist to stop it from wreaking deadly havoc.


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He also directed the rather brilliant horror movie Fritt Vilt (Cold Prey) from 2006, which starred Ingrid Bolsø Berdal who went on to be in Westworld. Well, and many other both Norwegian and international productions. Including the Netflix horror comedy Blasted: Gutta vs Aliens (2022).


This is the 42nd year in the series that began in 1981. And as with all of our Christmas Trolls, the design is only produced for that one year (so it will be retired end of 2022) . The numbered tag reads, "This Troll from up North, a White Christmas will Bring Forth!" Aprx 5" tall


The story follows a group of people who team up to stop an ancient troll that was awakened by an explosion in the Norwegian mountains and prevent it from destroying the capital of Norway. The Troll cast includes Ine Marie Wilmann, Kim S. Falck-Jørgensen, Mads Sjøgård Pettersen, Gard B. Eidsvold, Anneke von der Lippe, and many others. 041b061a72


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