The Almost Man

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Facing the birth of his first child, 35 year old Henrik, is under pressure to relinquish his own childlike behaviour and finally become a responsible adult. But is maturity something you can rush into? Henrik is used to high-school buddies that party like they were still in their 20‘s. His mother cares for him like he is still a child. And he is in a relationship that’s based on goofing around. Now, Tone is pregnant and Henrik has to take a serious job, move into a conform duplex, calm down the partying, and start behaving like a father to be – like an adult. The Almost Man is a humorous drama that explores the feeling of moving on in life and how you can lose yourself in trying to please the expectations of the surroundings

Festivals: 

Karlovy Vary International Film Festival – Grand Prix Crystal Globe, Best Actor; European Film Awards – nominated for Best Film.

Martin Lund

Martin Lund was educated as Art Director at Westerdal’s School of Communication and as director at the Norwegian Film School. In 2004, he conquered Norwegian and foreign film festivals with his first short Home Game, which was screened at numerous international festivals, including Sundance and Clermont-Ferrand. His first feature film, Twigson Ties the Knot premiered internationally at the Berlin International Film Festival in the Generation program. The Almost Man is his second feature.