The film is handsomely mounted, traditional in its scenecraft, [and] superbly acted.
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The King's Choice

THE KING’S CHOICE is based on the true the story about three dramatic days in April 1940 when the King of Norway was presented with an unimaginable ultimatum from the German armed forces: surrender or die. With Nazi soldiers hunting after them, the Royal Family is forced to flee the capital. In the best interest of the family, the Crown Princess Märtha leaves Norway with the children to seek refuge in Sweden, whilst King Haakon and the Crown Prince Olav flee to a small farming area just outside Elverum and meet the Germans head on. After three days of desperately trying to evade the Germans, King Haakon makes his final decision. He refuses to capitulate, even if it may cost him, his family and many Norwegians their lives.

Played at

Royal, 10.06.17 - 10.12.17
Town Center 5, 10.06.17 - 10.12.17
Rated NR This film is subtitled This film is subtitled
Runtime: 130 min
Language: Norwegian

Director: Erik Poppe
Producer(s): Finn Gjerdrum, Stein B. Kvae
Writer(s): Harald Rosenløw-Eeg, Jan Trygve Røyneland
Cast: Anders Baasmo Christiansen, Karl Markovics, Tuva Novotny
FEATURED REVIEW: Godfrey Chesire, RogerEbert.com
Set during the three days in 1940 when the forces of Nazi Germany overran and subjugated previously neutral Norway, “The King’s Choice” is hardly unusual in bringing to light a previously little-known story of World War II. What is unusual about the film is that it ...