Out of Nature
Mot Naturen
Norway, 2014, 80 minutes
Out of Nature Synopsis

Out of Nature is a journey inside Martins head. A family father in his 30s living in a small town of Norway. He feels alienated in his own life and longs to get away. Away from his job, away from his family, into the woods, up to the mountains. While spending a weekend alone on a hiking trip, he is forced to confront the way he lives his life. Out of Nature is an original, funny and tender film about how to take part in your own life as a husband, father and son.

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Reviewed by MarieDR
What do Martin, the protagonist of the film and me have in common? At first glance, not much. He is an unhappy husband and father, he works a 9 to... more
What do Martin, the protagonist of the film and me have in common? At first glance, not much. He is an unhappy husband and father, he works a 9 to 5 with hypocritical colleagues, he lives up north in Norway. So why did I keep thinking that he was basically me? I realized I could relate to Martin's internal voice that the audience keeps hearing during the film. The awkward conversations with coworkers or a saleswoman, the random and at times devilish secret thoughts, the unexpected memories, the wrong decisions, the life choices previously made... All of it does not apply to a certain nationality, gender or occupation. Ole Giæver chose to both act and direct his second feature and it only brings more truth and spontaneity to the film. OUT OF NATURE is funny, introspective and visually stunning thanks to the beautiful Norwegian wilderness.
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