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by Peter Dalle


In 1912 German scientist Alfred Wegener devised a theory about the existence of a supercontinent, Pangaea, which eventually broke up into the continents we know today. Despite the caustic political situation, in the fall of 1939 the Germans launched a scientific expedition to Svalbard in search of evidence supporting Wegener’s theory. Their expedition had an international bent: in addition to the Germans, there are two Englishmen and a Swede; the captain of the research vessel hails from Norway and the crew is Russian. Although the geologists embark enthusiastically on their research mission, the growing political tension between their countries soon affects the atmosphere on the boat. The vessel becomes a confused battleground where even the neutral Swede must take a side.

international title: An Enemy to Die For
original title: En fiende att dö för
country: Sweden, Norway, Germany, Poland
sales agent: The Match Factory
year: 2012
genre: fiction
directed by: Peter Dalle
film run: 103'
release date: SE 16/03/2012, NO 30/03/2012, DE 04/04/2013
screenplay: Peter Dalle
cast: Tom Burke, Allan Corduner, Jeanette Hein, Sven Nordin, Axel Prahl, Rickard Ulfsäter
cinematography by: Göran Hallberg
film editing: Jon Endre Mørk
art director: Roger Rosenberg
music: Adam Nordén
producer: Patrick Ryborn
production: Fladen Film, Riva Filmproduktion, Maipo Film & TV Produksjon AS, ATM Grupa
distributor: MFA Filmdistribution
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