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Sick Of Myself  2022
Syk Pike
Director:  Kristoffer Borgli
Producer:
  Dyveke Bjørkly Graver and Andrea Berentsen Ottmar
Art Director:
  Mette Haukeland
Editor:
  Kristoffer Borgli
Screenplay:
  Kristoffer Borgli
Director of Photography:
  Benjamin Loeb
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Cast:
spacer1 Anders Danielsen Lie
spacer1 Eirik Sæther
spacer1 Kristine Kujath Thorp
spacer1 Elisabeth Bech Aschehoug
spacer1 Sarah Francesca Brænne
spacer1 Fredrik Stenberg Ditlev-Simonsen
spacer1 Matilda Höög
spacer1 Tove Karine Flater
spacer1 Henrik Mestad
spacer1 Nanna Lundevall
spacer1 Guri Hangen Glans
spacer1 Terje Strømdahl
spacer1 Anders Danielsen Lie spacer1 Eirik Sæther spacer1 Kristine Kujath Thorp
spacer1 Elisabeth Bech Aschehoug spacer1 Sarah Francesca Brænne spacer1 Fredrik Stenberg Ditlev-Simonsen
spacer1 Matilda Höög spacer1 Tove Karine Flater spacer1 Henrik Mestad
spacer1 Nanna Lundevall spacer1 Guri Hangen Glans spacer1 Terje Strømdahl
spacer1 Anders Danielsen Lie spacer1 Eirik Sæther
spacer1 Kristine Kujath Thorp spacer1 Elisabeth Bech Aschehoug
spacer1 Sarah Francesca Brænne spacer1 Fredrik Stenberg Ditlev-Simonsen
spacer1 Matilda Höög spacer1 Tove Karine Flater
spacer1 Henrik Mestad spacer1 Nanna Lundevall
spacer1 Guri Hangen Glans spacer1 Terje Strømdahl

Synopsis:
On the surface, Signe and Thomas look like an Insta-perfect couple, but their constant petty one-upmanship points to something deeply toxic at the heart of their relationship. The easy kicks they get from casual theft and outrageous fibs soon pale when Thomas makes an unexpected breakthrough onto the contemporary art scene. Unbalanced by their new power dynamic, Signe makes a desperate and extreme attempt to redirect attention back to herself.

Kristine Kujath Thorp’s spot-on physical comedy and charismatic performance as the narcissistic Signe power this modern fable, making us care whilst also mining the comic depths of Signe’s destructive personality for so many WTF moments. Pitch-black in its humour, the ever-provocative writer-director Kristoffer Borgli serves up one of this year’s most deliciously horrid treats.

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