Bázo

Lars-Göran Pettersson (NO, 2005)

Bázo (Lars-Göran Pettersson, NO/DK, 2005)
Foto: Hans Olof Utsi

In the school Emil was often called Bazo. In the village they still use the name behind his back. In a way it's true. Emil is not the smartest in the mountain village where he lives with his father. He thinks slowly, didn't learn to read and writer properly in school. But he knows people and he is empathic. His brother, Kenneth, is different. Buys himself am excavator, works in Finland and Norway, makes a lot of money and comes to visit with girlfriends in a shiny Mercedes. He brags. And now he dates the beautiful Susanna. One day Emil and his father receive a letter. His brother is dead. He has had an accident and got crushed under the excavator. They sure could use that Mercedes. Emil leaves his familiar surroundings and goes to Norway looking for what is left of his brother's belongings. The Mercedes is gone. The brother's girlfriend took the car and vanished the same day as the accident. No one knows where she went. It turns out that Emil inherits an almost new shotgun, a seven year old boy and his brothers' business. Together Emil and the boy, Kevin, start looking for the Mercedes. Not knowing anything about the dead brother's powerful enemies. But Bazo is a man of action - more than they expect¿

CategoryFeature

Basic information

Danish titleBázo
Other titlesArvet - en kärlekshistoria
Director of PhotographySvein Krøvel
Production designerViggo Bentzon
Production countryNorway/Denmark
Production companyZentropa Entertainments7
Domestic distribution Scandinavian Entertainment Group
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Additional information

Technical info35 mm / 1,85:1 - Widescreen / color / Dolby, SRD

Full credits

Direction
Antony Castle1st assistant director
Ingeborg SolvangContinuity
Script
Inger Margrethe OlsenTranslation: Sámi
Sara Marit GaupTranslation: Norwegian
Nicholas NorrisTranslation: English
Production
Nils UtsiProducer
Mikael OlsenProducer
Peter Aalbæk JensenExecutive producer
Per-Erik SvenssonCo-producer
Liisa HolmbergProduction manager
Anne Lajla UtsiProduction coordinator
Christine EkstrandProduction manager: post-production
Mette Høst HansenProduction assistant: post-production
Johan Ante UtsiAssistant
Toni TenhunenAssistant
Salma ReiermarkAssistant
Matti MarttalaAssistant
Ulla IsotaloAssistant
Casper JacobsenAssistant
Karen BentzonLine producer
Anders Holck PetersenTechnical advisor
Lars DelaTechnical assistant
Harry GuttormsenConsultant
Morten GrunwaldConsultant
Svend AbrahamsenConsultant
Cinematography
Svein KrøvelCinematography
Jesper Find1st assistant camera
Hans Olof Utsi2nd assistant camera
Stills
Electrical dept.
Jon Arne BakkerElectrical dept.
Terje RøkkeGaffer
Editing
Einar EgelandEditing
Peter LundEditing
Jonas KiselbergAssistant editor
Torben AndersenAssistant editor
Lasse MartinussenAssistant editor
Anne Lajla UtsiAssistant editor
Ann Karin AasgårdNegative cutting
Music
Production design
Viggo BentzonProduction design
Mia KoortProps
Wardrobe
Lena LidmanWardrobe
Makeup
Sound
Mick RaaschouSound design
Henrik Gugge GarnovSound design
Jonas LangkildeBoom operator
Anne JensenFoley artist
Julien NaudinFoley artist
Special effects
Gunnar KristensenSpecial effects
Morten JacobsenSpecial effects
Visual effects
Torulf HenriksenTitle design
Kaia HøifødtTitle design
Appearance
Nils UtsiBirger
Anne-Marja BlindElle Brit
Inga JuusoBedstemor
Torill JohansenLiv Inger
Ebba JoksIrene
Toivo LukkariCouncilman
Erkki HettaHenchman
Aslat Mahtte M. GaupExcavator driver
Jouko PajunenBirgers ven
Egil KeskitaloMand på bus
Alex ScherpfGræsk cyklist
Ulla LütgensSygeplejerske
Mervi JakoSocialarbejder
Heli HeleniusBibliotekar
Mattis S. HættaButiksejer
Bror AstermoKnallertkører
Helena RängmanKvinde i køkken
Kari GuttormSkraldemand
Johanna SirkkaKvinde i forretning
Kati NivalaSekretær
Irene TikkaReceptionist
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