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Isle of Darkness

Julie is a young and newly qualified teacher from Copenhagen, Denmark. Fed up with her unfaithful boyfriend and big city life, she takes a job as a teacher on an idyllic island in southern Norway. Julie finds it difficult to be accepted in the closed-net community of the island...

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Julie is a young and newly qualified teacher from Copenhagen, Denmark. Fed up with her unfaithful boyfriend and big city life, she takes a job as a teacher on an idyllic island in southern Norway. Julie finds it difficult to be accepted in the closed-net community of the island. Slowly but surely, she discovers that the idyllic island hides many dark secrets. Julie is about to give up, but then she meets the island's sympathetic priest Roald. Beautiful and charming he becomes her gate into the community. IMDB

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AKA:Mørkets øy
Director:Trygve Allister Diesen
Year:1997
Language:Norwegian, English subs.
Format:W
Audio Quality:8.0
Video Quality:7.5
Starring:Sofie Gråbøl Paul-Ottar Haga Sina Langfeldt Terje Strømdahl Martin Slaatto

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