In partnership with Magnolia Pictures, we’re proud to make the beautifully shot Norwegian drama Out Stealing Horses available for in-person screenings in OKCMOA’s Noble Theater and for at-home viewing in our virtual cinema! Click here for in-person showtimes.
One $12 ticket is good for a 3-day pass to see Out Stealing Horses. 50% of the proceeds from each sale support OKCMOA and its mission. Passes available August 7.
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“November, 1999. Following the death of his wife, 67-year-old Trond Sander has retired from Oslo to a small village in the east of Norway. The millennium is coming to an end, and so too it would appear is Trond’s life. One winter night he suddenly recognizes an old acquaintance from his youth in his neighbor, Lars. The encounter brings back memories of 1948 when Trond spent an entire summer in a simple wooden hut by the river with his much-admired father. Long afternoons in the forest, rides on wild horses and hard work felling wood begin to blur into a series of images of carefree happiness but also fateful experiences.
Winner of the Silver Bear for Best Cinematography at the 2019 Berlin Film Festival Out Stealing Horses unfolds against a breathtaking landscape of mountains and rivers between Norway and Sweden. Beautifully adapted by acclaimed writer-director Hans Petter Moland from Per Petterson’s award-winning novel ‘Ut og stjæle hester’ (‘Out Stealing Horses’), the film is a moving meditation on love, loss, guilt and trauma that also addresses Norway’s Nazi past. The oscillation between collaboration and resistance also had an impact on personal decisions and became an indelible part of Trond’s childhood memories.” –Magnolia Pictures
Director Hans Petter Moland | 2019 | In Norwegian and Swedish with English | 123 minutes | NR | DCP