The North Sea is set on an oil drilling platform and against the backdrop of 50 years of offshore drilling by the Norwegian government, which relies on oil for most of the country’s wealth. The film stars Kristine Kujath Thorp, Rolf Kristian Larsen Anders Baasmo, Bjorn Floberg, and Anneke von der Lippe.

Cast: Kristine Kujath Thorp, Rolf Kristian Larsen, Anders Baasmo, Bjørn Floberg, Anneke von der Lippe

Language :Norwegian,English

Script Writer: Harald Rosenløw Eeg & Lars Gudmestad

“The North Sea” was co-written by Harald Rosenløw Eeg, who also penned “The Quake” and “The Wave,” and Lars Gudmestad, whose credits include the Norwegian thriller “Headhunters.”

Synopsis of The North Sea:

On Christmas Eve 1969, the Norwegian government announces something that will change Norway forever: One of the world’s largest offshore oil discoveries is a fact, and Ekofisk becomes the start of an unprecedented financial adventure. 50 years of experience has given us many answers, but we might have yet to fully understand the consequences of our operations at sea. Will the adventure last or have we created one of the largest mass destruction weapons in the world?