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Women&Wine is a humorous film about the fear of losing a friend. Turid is attending her close friend’s fiftieth anniversary, but during the party, she comes to realize she is no longer amongst her closest friends. Thus Turid starts a game to make her mark, and the party turns out to involve much more than singing and wine.
“Women&Wine” is this week’s Staff Pick Premiere! Read more about it here: vimeo.com/blog/post/women&wine
A film by Liv Karin Dahlstrøm
With Marit Adeleide Andreassen, Turid Gunnes and Jeanne Bøe
Written by Thorkild Schrumpf and Liv Karin Dahlstrøm.
Produced by Isak Eymundsson
Cinematographer: Audun G. Magnæs
Editor: Trude Lirhus
Sound designer: Jorunn Børve Eriksen
Composer: Gaute Tønder
Production designer: Ragnhild Sletta
Costume designer: Anne Aarrestad
Production manager: Henrik Hofstad
Colorist: Dylan R. Hopkin
Production Company: Ape&Bjørn
Made with support from: The Norwegian Film Institute, Western Norway Film Center, The Audio and Visual Fund
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