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Soundtrack to the Norwegian movie
"Ti kniver i hjertet"

Magne Furuholmen and
Kjetil Bjerkestrand:
piano, guitars and other
guest musicians
Eivind AARSET: guitars
Joakim NORDIN: marimba
Hans Olav GORSET: blokkfloyter
Bjorg V?RNES: violine
Nina Helene ANDERSEN:
vocals on track 4.
Album Composed, Arranged and Produced by Timbersound
all tracks belong to Timbersound, except 4,8,13,18.

1.Ti Kniver I Hjertet -Ottos Tema [4:39]
2. Guttestreker [0:49]
3. Dialog [1:51]
4. Barneselskap (Lyckliga Gatan) [2:51]
5. Blindebukk [1:37]
6. Vaktmester Wiik [2:32]
7. Farvel Til Johnny [0:43]
8. Nar Jag For Mig Sjalv I Morka Skogen Gar (Jussi Bjorling) [2:45]
9. Ottos Tema [1:46]
10. Styrkeproven [1:09]
11. Den Blinde Pianostemmeren [2:19]
12. Far Og Sonn [1:52]
13. Tonerna (Jussi Bjorling) [3:17]
14. Dialog II [1:40]
15. Gjesyn Med Johnny [1:07]
16. Otto I Regnet [0:59]
17. Franks Tema [1:58]
18. Lyckliga Gatan (Anna Lena Lofgren) [3:35]
19. Tjernet [2:31]
20. Avslutningstema [2:32]
21. Bla Bakgard [0:42]

Released in 1994 by Warner Music Germany.

Information about movie
Ti kniver i hjertet
(Cross My Heart and Hope to Die)
Country: Norway 1994
Regie/ Director: Marius Holst
Drehbuch/ Screenplay: Lars Saabye Christensen
Kamera/ Camera: Philip Øgaard
Schnitt/ Editing: Håkon Øverås
Musik/ Music: Magne Furuholmen, Kjetil Bjerkestrand
Produktion/ Production: Petter Borgli, Nordic Screen Development AS Laufzeit,
Format/ Length, Size: 95 Min., 35 mm,
Fassung/ Version: Deutsche Untertitel/German subtitles
Rollen/ Cast: Martin Dahl Garfalk, Jan „Devo“ Kornstad, Kjersti Holmen, Reidar Sørensen, Bjorn Sundquist

The film tells the story of Otto, whose childhood comes to an abrupt end when Frank, an older boy, suddenly enters his life. At the same time, it is a story about fathers and sons and their relationship to one another. “Cross My Heart and Hope to Die“ was awarded the “Blue Angel“ at the Berlin Film Festival 1995, the “Grand Prix“ and the “Audience Prize“ in Rouen as well as the “Debutant Prize“ in Montreal. It is screening in both the main programme and the children’s and youth film section of the Nordic Film Days. Marius Holst trained at the London International Film School. His diploma film “The Visting Hours“ (1990) won the BBC Drama Award Grand Prix Potier.




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