MOVIE REVIEW: ‘Troll Is A Familiar Creature From Norway

The new Netflix movie Troll is a fantasy action movie based on Norwegian folklore. The action took place in a beautiful mountain area in Dover, Norway.

Nora Tiedeman and her father, Tobias Tiedeman, are climbing mountains when he says there are trolls who live in the mountains, but you can only see them if you believe. Many years later, something huge appeared from the mountain, leaving huge footprints and terrorizing the nearby towns.

The Norwegian government is trying to control the animal, but their tactics are making the situation worse. Nora and her father are the only people who understand the trolls, and she is forced to come up with a plan to help.

The film is directed by Ror Uthang. He was born in Norway in 1973. After studying at a film school, he started making his own films. In the year In 2018, he became famous for directing the movie "Grave Robber". "The idea of ​​making a film about trolls came to me 20 years ago," Uthang said in an interview on WaterOnAir's YouTube channel. It was inspired by movies like Godzilla and King Kong. In that interview, the troll also stated that he thought he had won the battle with King Kong.

The film has done a good job of making the viewer identify with the characters within a short period of time. Within the first few minutes, you can already feel the connection between Nora, played by Wayne Mer Willman, and her father, Tobias, played by Gard B. Eidsvold. Their knowledge of Norwegian folklore. Although his story is told in one short scene, you can even feel a connection with the troll.

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If you're a fan of King Kong, Godzilla, or any movie where a giant creature finds its way into the unknown, you'll be a fan of this one. The CGI was great. He believes that everything happens naturally.

I've always been a fan of Norway's Trollhunter since 2010 and it was pretty much the same. Will definitely see it again.

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