Nothing Ever Really Ends

Norway | 2017 | 23 minutes | Jakob Rørvik

Taking place over three consecutive New Years Eves, Marius and Ebba's dysfunctional relationship is one long struggle of failed attempts at breaking up.

Director Biography

Jakob Rørvik graduated from the Masters course at the UK's National Film and Television School, as the youngest student ever. Past film credits include "Vanilla Song" (Cannes Film Festival, Cinéfondation), "Scratch" (main prize at Aubagne 2010) and "My Friend Kills Time" (South By Southwest 2012).

  • Original Language Title: Ingenting tar noensinne slutt
  • Director: Jakob Rørvik
  • Principal Cast: Arthur Berning, Kristin Jess Rodin, Ine Marie Wilmann, Kevin Fauske, Thea Hvistendahl
  • Premiere Status: Seattle
  • Country: Norway
  • Year: 2017
  • Running Time: 23 minutes
  • Producer: Moa Liljedahl, Ashild Ariane Ramborg
  • Screenplay: Jakob Rørvik
  • Cinematographers: Annika Summerson
  • Editors: Christian Siebenherz
  • Music: diskJokke
  • Language: Norwegian
  • Has Subtitles: Yes
  • Format: DCP

This film is playing as a part of ShortsFest Opening Night

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