Eddie og Suzanne
|Eddie og Suzanne|
|Directed by||Arild Kristo|
|Written by||Arild Kristo|
|11 September 1975|
Eddie og Suzanne (English: Eddie og Suzanne) is a 1975 Norwegian drama film written and directed by Arild Kristo, starring Sverre Horge and Yvonne Sparrbåge. The film, a road movie inspired by such films as Bonnie and Clyde and Easy Rider, has been called a "modernist classic" of Norwegian cinema.
Eddie (Horge) is a young Norwegian man who has recently been released from prison, and moves to Sweden to start a new life. At a disco, he meets Suzanne (Sparrbåge) and the two fall in love. Suzanne's father, however, is a tyrannical policeman who tries to put an end to the relationship, so the two elope to France.
- "Eddie & Suzanne - NFI" (in Norwegian). Norwegian Film Institute. Retrieved 9 September 2011.
- Eddie og Suzanne at the Norwegian Film Institute
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