My favourite (at least Norwegian) movie is Elling. It's about a man who has lived with his mom all his life, but when she dies he has to try and figure out how to live as an adult in a chaotic modern society. The movie paints a beautiful portrait of friendship, touching on topics such as loneliness, anxiety, love and how to fit in. And, above all, it's lots of fun. (Knut Olav Sandvik)

Isle of Dogs

The enormous amount of detail and labour of love that is put into this film is incredible and makes you want to see it over and over again. It’s a heartwarming story about a boy, Atari, and his search for his best friend, a dog called Spots. The director Wes Anderson always leaves you inspired and a feeling that everything is, in fact, possible. (Johan Nord)


It's the perfect high school/feel-good-movie. It features some of the best young comedy actors of our time at the beginning of their career. The movie is about two sexually frustrated teen boys and their friendship first encounters with alcohol and girls. The music in this is also great! (Einar Næss Haugseth)

Forrest Gump

The movie is amazing and Tom Hanks is one of my favourite actors. In fact, it’s also one of my dad’s favourites. (Sigrid Aase)


One of my favourite movies of all time. It’s extremely brutal and humorous at the same time. The modernised series on Netflix is just as good! (Sælid Andersen)

Hajk's new single 'Breathe' is out now. Their new album Drama is out on February 8th via Jansen Records.