Roger Brown (Aksel Hennie), Norway's most successful headhunter, supports his lavish lifestyle by stealing paintings from his clients. His partner Ove (Eivind Sander) works at a surveillance company and deactivates security at the victims' homes. Roger's wife, Diana (Synnøve Macody Lund), an art gallery owner, introduces him to Clas Greve (Nikolaj Coster-Waldau), an executive who wants to work for Pathfinder, a GPS technologies company, for which Roger is recruiting. Roger becomes jealous of Diana's attraction to Clas. Diana tells Roger that Clas owns a rare Rubens painting. Roger takes Clas to lunch to discuss the job at Pathfinder and after playing squash later, he notices scars on Clas's back. Clas mentions he received them during his [military] service, where he was a member of a special forces unit that specialized in tracking people, a fact which gives Roger pause for thought. Despite his misgivings, Roger meets with Ove to work out details on stealing the painting. Roger manages to steal it from Clas' home but he discovers Diana's cellphone beside Clas' bed. Later, after a seemingly successful meeting with Pathfinder, a still distraught Roger flippantly informs Clas that the company may be looking for someone else to fill the position.
Haakon Haakonsen (Stian Smestad), a young Norwegian boy in the 1850s, becomes the sole support of his family as a cabin boy on a ship after his father is injured. Jens (Trond Peter Stamsø Munch), a family friend and a fellow shipmate of Haakon’s father, becomes an older brother to Haakon on their voyage.
Kristian Eikjord, géologue du ''Norges vassdrags- og energidirektorat'' , doit quitter l'équipe chargée de la surveillance de l'Åkerneset — massif montagneux dont l'effondrement créerait un mégatsunami menaçant la population du fjord dont celle de la ville touristique de Geiranger où travaille sa femme Idun Karlsen — afin de travailler pour l'industrie pétrolière. Le jour de son départ, une partie des capteurs détectent une anomalie avec la nappe phréatique avant de dysfonctionner.
Lorsque dans la nuit du 8 au 9 avril 1940, la flotte allemande arrive pour envahir la Norvège, Curt Bräuer, l’émissaire de Hitler à Oslo, reçoit la mission d’apporter au gouvernement norvégien un ultimatum qui veut imposer l’occupation allemande. Cependant, le gouvernement refuse car la Norvège y perd sa souveraineté. Pendant ce temps, le colonel norvégien Birger Eriksen de la forteresse d'Oscarsborg fait tirer ses deux canons côtiers sur le croiseur allemand « Blücher » et le coule avec ses torpilles. Cela laisse un petit répit à Oslo et l’opportunité pour la famille royale de quitter la ville à l’aube du 9 avril, en train, pour la ville de Hamar, à 126km au Nord à l’intérieur des terres. À Hamar, la famille royale y retrouve un gouvernement et un parlement en fuite et désemparés.
Tandis que tout le monde célèbre la nuit des feux de la Saint Jean, Mademoiselle Julie et John, le valet de son père, se charment, se jaugent et se manipulent sous les yeux de Kathleen, la cuisinière du baron et jeune fiancée de John.
A group of university college students, Thomas (Glenn Erland Tosterud), Johanna (Johanna Mørck) and their cameraman Kalle (Tomas Alf Larsen), set out to make a documentary about a suspected bear poacher, Hans (Otto Jespersen). At the site of an illegally slain bear they interview local hunters, who comment that the bear tracks look odd, as well as Finn Haugen (Hans Morten Hansen), head of the Norwegian Wildlife Board. Finn dismisses the idea that the bear tracks could have been faked. The students follow Hans in an attempt to secure an interview but he continually rebuffs them. After following him into a forest at night time, they see mysterious flashing lights and hear roars. Hans comes running back, screaming "Troll!" Thomas is attacked and bitten by a large animal. They escape in Hans’ Land Rover, and discover their own vehicle turned over with the tyres ripped off. Hans admits that he does not hunt bears, but trolls. Though sceptical, the students ask if they can join Hans and film his hunt, to which he consents on the condition that they do as he instructs.
The film starts when boy with a large birthmark covering one eye is running frantically through a blizzard in Jotunheimen, being pursued. Eventually, he stumbles, and his unseen pursuer catches up to him. Despite his pleas, the person proceeds to bury him alive in the snow.
When the archaeologist Sigurd Swenson sets off in search of evidence to support the story of Ragnarok, the end of the world in Norse mythology, he decides to form an expedition with two colleagues and his two kids. This adventure leads them to Finnmark in the Northern part of Norway, and into a "no man's land" between Russia and Norway, where no one has set foot since ancient times. Old runes unfold new meanings, revealing a truth bigger and more spectacular than ever expected.
The main character, John (Joner), has just been dumped by his girlfriend Ingrid (Bache-Wiig). He then becomes acquainted with his next-door neighbours, the beautiful sisters Anne (Mosli) and Kim (Schacht). The sisters know a strange amount of details about him and Ingrid, and it soon becomes clear that he is being entrapped in a twisted, psychological game.
Odd Horten is an overly cautious 67-year-old man about to retire after forty years as a train driver on the route between Oslo and Bergen. As he awakes, he goes through a meticulous daily routine, as he prepares for his second-to-last time driving the train to Bergen. When he gets there, he makes small talk with Svea, who owns the boarding house where he stays when there and whom he now may never see again.
Alors que se prépare une exposition consacrée à la célèbre photographe Isabelle Reed trois ans après sa mort accidentelle, son mari et ses deux fils sont amenés à se réunir dans la maison familiale et évoquer ensemble les fantômes du passé…
Thelma est une jeune étudiante norvégienne issue d'une famille très religieuse qui va à Oslo pour ses études. Elle tombe amoureuse de sa belle camarade Anja et découvre qu'elle a des pouvoirs surnaturels.
Alma is addicted to telephone sex hotlines. She secretly feels for Arthur, an equally shy teenager. One day he approaches her in a very bizarre manner. She tells her best friends about this and her story makes her the talk of the town. When Arthur denies the episode, she's subsequently considered a slandering crank and becomes an outcast.
As a teenager, Jan Thomas Hansen (Pål Sverre Valheim Hagen) and a friend run off with young boy Isak in a stroller left outside a cafe by the mother. The boy runs away, slips, and falls on a rock, suffering an apparently fatal head injury. Pressured by his friend, Jan Thomas, afraid of the consequences, carries the boy into a nearby river with a strong current, where he sets him adrift. Jan Thomas testifies that the boy was killed by the fall, but he is convicted of murder. While in jail, he plays the organ for church services.