In 2016, geologist Kristian Eikjord is hailed a hero for his actions during the tsunami in Geiranger. Three years later, his wife Idun is divorcing him and he is separated from his children, Sondre and Julia. Kristian lives in seclusion high above the mostly-rebuilt Geiranger, while his family moves to Oslo, where Idun works at the Radisson Blu Plaza Hotel. Kristian feels responsible for the 250 fatalities of the tsunami and keeps a secret room in his house dedicated to the events and the fatalities, which causes strain with his family.
|author||Harald Rosenløw Eeg John Kåre Raake|
|award||The Amanda Public Choice Award The people's Canon Award|
|director||John Andreas Andersen|
|keywords||alp bomb threat build construction blasting crack dedicate drilling and blasting elevator shaft end feels responsible geiranger geologist injured kill monitor morning nothing omen open opera house oslo oslo opera house oslofjord tunnel richter magnitude scale richter scale sever survivor guilt the tsunami in their way travel university of oslo wave|
|productionCompany||Film i Väst|