Aberdeen (2000 film)

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Aberdeen
Aberdeen (film).jpg
Swedish DVD cover
Directed byHans Petter Moland
Produced byPetter J. Borgli
Tom Remlov
Written byKristin Amundsen
Lars Bill Lundholm
StarringStellan Skarsgård
Lena Headey
Charlotte Rampling
Music byZbigniew Preisner
CinematographyPhilip Øgaard
Edited bySophie Hesselberg
Distributed bySvensk Filmindustri (SF) AB (Sweden)
First Run Features (USA)
Release date
  • 8 September 2000 (2000-09-08) (Norway)
Running time
Norway: 113 minutes
USA: 106 minutes
CountryUnited Kingdom
Norway
Sweden
LanguageEnglish
Budget$6,500,000

Aberdeen is a 2000 Norwegian-British drama film directed by Hans Petter Moland, starring Stellan Skarsgård, Lena Headey and Charlotte Rampling.

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Lawyer Kaisa Heller, just promoted, has no apparent emotional attachments, preferring nameless encounters with men. She is surprised to receive a call from Helen, her dying mother, with a final request to bring Kaisa's estranged father Tomas to see her at the hospital. The film is a bit of a road movie with encounters along the way, some confrontational, such as boozing louts who harass her father or angry stewardesses issuing ultimatums, while some are romantic, such as truck driver Clive whom Kaisa attempts to use, but instead finds herself attached to. What started as an unavoidable chore, perhaps the last she will have never been able to dodge, becomes a new starting point in her life.

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