Seamlessly told, the film is buoyed by the charismatic performance of (inhale deeply first before reading this aloud) Pal Sverre Valheim Hagen who embraces his character with earnestness. He actually resembles Ryan Gosling: his piercing gaze, particularly. “Kon-Tiki” is Norway’s most expensively produced film and, rightfully, 2012’s highest grossing movie of the country. It earned more than $14 million in domestic ticket sales. It is also the first Norwegian film nominated for both the Oscars and the Golden Globe.
This is one of Blush's highly recommended movies.
|In 1951, Heyerdahl's documentary about his 1947 voyage won Best Documentary at the Oscars.|
|Pal Sverre Valheim Hagen|
|Norwegian actor Pal Sverre Valheim Hagen and Hollywood A-Lister Ryan Gosling (above) might as well be brothers.|
|Jakob Oftebro plays Torstein Raaby|