The Disappearing Illusionist

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The German illusionist Dirk Ohm arrives in Grong in a rural part of Norway on an ice cold winters day, and gets involved in a case of searching after a disappeared woman, in whom he falls in love with. The film tells a fictional story about the last days of the real illusionist Dirk Ohm, which mysteriously disappeared himself in Grong in 2003. The story is inspired by what might have happened before he went missing, and ask the question on what is an illusion, and what is not.


Selected for Karlovi Vary International Film Festival.

Bobbie Peers

Bobbie Peers was born in 1974. He graduated from the London International Film School in 1999, and has since worked as a director, writer and illustrator. His first short film, Sniffer (2006), received the Palme d’Or for Best Short Film in Cannes. Peers has also directed several shorts as well as numerous commercials. The Disappearing Illusionist is his first feature film.