World Premiere ENOUGH

Odd Einar Ingebretsens feature debut will get it's world premiere in Haugesund

Enough is the closing film

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Odd Einar Ingebretsen's feature film debut Enough will have its world premiere in Haugesund, as the closing film of the 52nd Norwegian Film Festival. 

 A mother-daughter relationship comes to an abrupt end when the mother tells her one day that she no longer wants them to have contact. We follow them through what will be their last conversation. 

The film will have its world premiere as the closing film during the Norwegian International Film Festival on Thursday 22 August, and filmmaker Odd Einar Ingebretsen will be present on the red carpet along with the film's stars Ine Wilmann and Anneke von der Lippe.

- It is very nice that the film will have its premiere in Haugesund, it means a lot to me. I can't wait to show the film to an audience, and I’m naturally excited about how it will be received, says director and producer Odd Einar Ingebretsen. 

The film was shot in Wenche Selmer's house in Oslo. The house was built in 1963 and is considered a major work in Norwegian residential architecture. 

- We are incredibly happy that Enough will be the closing film in Haugesund. It is a tight and intense chamber drama, which draws you in with its fantastic acting performances, says festival and program manager Tonje Hardersen. 


Pia (Ine Marie Wilmann) is sitting in the car and is on her way to her mother, played by Anneke von der Lippe. The film takes place almost entirely inside this modernist house from the 60s with classic wooden walls, and with a backdrop of the coming winter. The house becomes like a functionalist pine box. When we open this box, we see that there is something hiding beneath the surface, and we discover that the relationship between the mother and daughter is not quite right. The mother tells her that she does not want them to have contact anymore. What has happened? Enough is a ravishing examination of the mother-daughter relationship, where we through strong dialogue and dynamic acting,  experience what will be their last conversation.