Kamerakameratene is a Oslo based production company known for producing the tv-drama series DAG and the documentary The Seven Deadly Sins. Our international sales agent is Nordic World ( http://nordicworld.tv )
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Tel: +47 90 54 75 76
Even a cynic has a heart. – an introduction to DAG
Meet Dag. His philosophy in life is that people should live alone – a view he is more than happy to pass on to his patients! As a couples therapist Dag’s 90 % divorce rate speaks for itself. Dag lives by his routines, he leads a quiet life and the only thing he loves more than loneliness are prescription drugs. But Dag’s peaceful existence is about to change. Radically!
A Norwegian Dr. House, Dag deals with the psychological universe as opposed to the physical. And uses comedy as a means to resolve the drama.
Mankind`s worst enemy is itself and nothing is more damaging than an intelligent, honest man with self insight, great taste for music and the desire for quart of hard liquor. The marriage counselor that believes everyone should live alone has reluctantly unlocks his door.
Dag Refsnes is back in his second Season on TV2. This time in a terrible stage after being on a heavy drinking binge and facing deep dark thoughts.
Saved by Benedict Dag enters a rehab facility run by Ernst – Benedicts stepfather who has a very different angle of how to deal with all kinds of substance abuse. Benedict – a notorious womenizer continues on his path of restless sleeping around – but faces a reality check when his young son enters the hospital and realizes he must live up to being a father – for a while.
Dag realizes that Eva is his love and is determined to try to find a way living in a partnership – only to find out that family life carries some old baggage as well.
Eva heads of Season 2 looking for her sons father in Goa – to discover through a DNA test an unlikely revelation of who the father is. Determined to finally grow up she decided to try to move in with Dag.
Dag Refsnes, the family therapist who firmly believes everyone should live by themselves is returning for a third season on Norways TV2. DAG, the multiple award winning tv-drama series has again assembled the strongest scandinavian cast ever in this format. Having gained critical acclaim and sales in Europe and abroad, DAG is now entering new territories with a subtle mixture of romantic comedy, deep human insight and pure distilled idiotical human behaviour – all surrounded by an eclectic soundtrack.
Season 3 is rough and evil to the bone, funnier, tighter to human honesty and more emotional unstable then ever before seen in a tv-drama rooted in and based on Scandinavian life. Never before has a person with so much empathy had a harder time coping with life. In Dags instance, not only does he have his own life, but now he has let another person into his sphere – and apartment.
This is a universe miles away from a world where one believes a total make over by «The Gay Patrol» and divisions from where tabloid headlines promise happiness and healing content to life. DAG mirrors what human life in pure reality is, and the only thing you can do is to laugh.
DAG Season 3 is loaded with an all star Scandinavian line up including Atle Antonsen, Tuva Novotny, Anders Baasmo Christiansen, Agnes Kittelsen, Rolf Lassgård, Iben Hjejle, Trond Espen Seim, Kristopher Joner, Pål Sverre Valheim Hagen, Jon Øigarden, Ingrid Bolsø Berdal og Lennart Jähkel to explain and let you know life is not meaningless……it is only impossible if you take is serious
An introduction to The Seven Deadly Sins:
«The 7 Deadly Sins» is a satirical, humorous and hopefully eye-opening eight-episode drama/documentary series. It is based on the Seven Deadly Sins and was shot in ten different countries around the world (the theme of the eight and last episode of the series is «Redemption»). When aired in Norway during the fall/winter season of 2007, the series scored the highest market share a Norwegian TV-series has ever had.
In addition to the main portion of the program – in which the host, famed Norwegian rockmusician/performer/artist Kristopher Schau, does his utmost to actually «commit» the Seven Sins – the shows is rich in fact-based background from religious lore. It also personifies each of the Sevene sin by presenting short portraits of well-known figures from more recent popular culture that have excelled in these particular «fields». There are interviews with experts in religious history, scientists and authors.
«Sin» is about history and dogma that concern all of us, whether we are of a religious or atheist disposition. By using himself as his chief researcher’s tool, Kristopher Schau holds a mirror to modern society and ask: What does the concept of The Seven Deadly Sins and religious dogma still mean in a largely secularized world?
Historical facts, fresh interviews, popcultural absurdities and a truly unique «reality»/documentary approach makes «The 7 Deadly Sins» a series quite unlike anything that’s ever been attempted in Norwegian broadcasting. Or in any other country or territory as far as we know.
After it´s premiere, airing on TV2 (Norway’s leading commercial broadcaster) on November 1. 2007 it only took 3 weeks before the show rated at a all time high for TV2 with an unbelievable 91% market share in the segment 20 – 29 year old, 67,7% in 30 – 39 and 72,9 among 12 – 19 year olds.
When the last episode of the show aired on December 20th 2007, the series had caused more than 1100 full page newspaper articles, 8 TV-Debates, 6 priests that had pried for the tv-teams salvation and 3 that had dammed them to hell.
The series won a Norwegian Emmys in the category Best Newcomer. The episode “Wrath” was selected to be shown at the international INPUT festival in South Africa in 2008h. It was awarded “Best TV show in 2007” in Norways “Natt og Dag” the equivalent to “LA Weekly”.