Betrayal (2009)

Director
HÃ¥kon Gundersen

Main cast
Lene Nystrøm; Götz Otto; Kåre Conradi; Hary Prinz; Jørgen Langhelle

Genres
Drama, Thriller, Documentary, War, Foreign

Description
A thriller based on true events in Norway during the WW II. Tor Lindblom makes a fortune supplying the Nazis with everything from liquor and cigarettes to cement and steel. He also owns the Club Havana, a nightclub in Oslo frequented by the industrial elite of occupied Norway, Officers of the Wehrmacht and opportunistic hustle...


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