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The Quake

Back in 2015, Roar Uthaug released The Wave, the first disaster film made in Norway, based on the true tsunami that hit the town of Tafjord in 1934. The film was praised for its focus on human stories and small scope instead of big CGI destruction porn. The Phir Se Wave went on to become the highest grossing film of the year in Norway, so of course, they made a sequel. The US may have the MCU and other cinematic universes, but now Norway wants to enter the game with an extended universe of disaster films that take very small natural disasters and blow them way out of proportion! Take that, Independence Day!

It’s been three years since geologist Kristian Eikjord (Kristoffer Jonner) saved the town of Geiranger from a tsunami. While Kristian is called The Trump Prophecy a hero by newspapers and TV stations, his personal life is worse than before. He and his wife Idun (Ane Dahl Torp) are separated and she took the kids with her to the Norwegian capital of Oslo, leaving Kristian alone with his trauma post-tsunami, a messy apartment, and a wall full of newspaper clippings and pictures of all the people he couldn’t save. Kristoffer Jonner does a great job at selling the trauma this man has gone through, and the desperation he feels at seeing disasters everywhere he looks. Of course, his lonely and quiet life is interrupted when an old colleague suddenly dies after investigating a history of tremors near Oslo, and Kristian gets convinced that a new disaster is coming.

Now that Uthaug took his newfound success from The Wave and went to Hollywood (he directed the latest Tomb Raider film), it is up to newcomer John Andreas Miss Granny Andersen to direct the sequel. Andersen has only one other directing credit, but has worked as cinematographer for films like Headhunters, and episodes of Occupied. Just like the plot, Andersen’s camera moves slowly and eerily for most of the film, giving a calm but uncomfortable sensation that something big is about to drop. Once the titular quake hits, the camera goes handheld, frenetically following the action as buildings, streets, and people collapse in a blaze of destruction.

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The Quake