Brødre (2007) - Watch Online. Directed by Joakim Søgård

Genres Drama     Short    
Director    
Writers Joakim Søgård
Cast        
Country Norway
Language Norwegian
Runtime Norway:12 min
Plot ... search for Brødre on IMDb

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  • Brødre (2007) - IMDb

    Directed by Joakim Søgård. With Remi Melbråten, Fredrik Skogsrud. Older brother Christian owes money to a torpedo, he looks up his younger brother Thomas for help.

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