A dramedy set in Oslo, Norway, Staying Alive explores modern divorce and the struggle to maintain a certain sense of normalcy once life, as we knew it, gets turned upside down. Despite having premiered in Norway at the beginning of the year, Staying Alive enjoyed its international premiere at the Tallinn Black Nights Film Festival last November.

Marianne and Håkon have been together for fifteen years and their rather ‘cozy’ life has been filled with happy moments with their two children Emma and Jens but also with problems and trivialities of . . .

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