Izzat (film)

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Izzat (film)
Izzat.jpg
Norwegian theatrical release poster
Directed by Ulrik Imtiaz Rolfsen
Produced by Tomas Backström
Written by Leon Bashir
Music by Magnus Beite
Cinematography Gaute Gunnari
Edited by Wibecke Rønseth
Release date(s) 2005
Running time 107 min
Country Norway
Language Norwegian, Punjabi

Izzat is a 2005 Norwegian film which tells the story of Pakistani gangsters in Oslo, directed by Ulrik Imtiaz Rolfsen. Izzat is a word used by South Asian individuals to denote their social standing in a community; it is translated to mean respect or honor. The sequel Haram was made in 2014.

Cast[edit]

  • Emil Marwa - Wasim
  • Ove Andreassen - Grisen (The Pig)
  • Yngvild Støen Grotmol - Renate
  • Abubakar Hussain - Amiir
  • Leon Israr Bashir - Hamza
  • Danish Kahn - Sajjad
  • Rebekka Karijord - Elin Hansen
  • Shaheen Khan - Rashid
  • Amir Malik - Farooq
  • Izzat Harakanan - Pondan Jual Jubo Kat Changi
  • Keyo denga Reeza - Reeza berlari-lari macam babi - katanya

Soundtrack[edit]

  1. "Desolate City" - Gluecifer
  2. "Strike One" - Brut Boogaloo
  3. "Walking Downtown" - Backstreet Girls
  4. "Når knoklene blir til gele" - Raga Rockers
  5. "Carefree" - WE
  6. "Little Bit Of More" - Ricochets
  7. "Majesty" - Madrugada
  8. "Clean Deal" - Kjøtt
  9. "Waiting In A Car" - Bonk
  10. "Automatic Thrill" - Gluecifer
  11. "Vinne" - Kung Fu Girls
  12. "Crash Into My Room" - Amulet
  13. "Keep On Running" - Cato Salsa Experience
  14. "Halv" - Jokke med Tourettes
  15. "Blind" - Dumdum Boys
  16. "A Day At The Station" - So Much Hate
  17. "No Limit" - Anal Babes

Awards[edit]

Amanda Awards nominations for

  • Best Actor - Emil Marwa
  • Best Youth Film - Ulrik Imtiaz Rolfsen
  • Best Film - John M. Jacobsen
  • Best Screenplay - Leon Bashir
  • Best Debut - Ulrik Imtiaz Rolfsen
  • Best Congkak Player -Reeza Dragneel
  • Edit kat Rumoh Wan

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