Espen Sandberg

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Norwegian film director whose 2012 film Kon-Tiki was nominated for the Best Foreign Language Oscar

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The Norwegian film  Kon-Tiki  may have lost the Oscar for Best Foreign Language Film this year but it became the highest grossing film in Norway's history.

Kon-Tiki: Filming Two Movies at Once

The Norwegian film Kon-Tiki may have lost the Oscar for Best Foreign Language Film this year but it became the highest grossing film in Norway's history.

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