A documentary and portrait of the late Helge Sivertsen, who lived an anonymous, almost invisible life in Bergen, Norway. He lived in the same apartment block his whole life, with his parents and later by himself. Helge died home alone, at the age of 60 years, 2 months and 27 days.
Director: Frida Eggum Michaelsen
Original title: Fetter Helge
Photo: Øystein Fyxe, Olaug Spissøy Kyvik, Anne Dorthe Kalve
Editors: Frida Eggum Michaelsen, Astrid Skumsrud Johansen
Frida Eggum Michaelsen studied at the Norwegian Film School. She has edited feature films for Erik Skjoldbjærg, Petter Næss and Torun Lian, and been nominated for 'Kanonprisen' three times, winning once. In recent years she has edited several projects for MER film, including the critically acclaimed DISCO, and Ole Gievær's MOT NATUREN.
COUSIN HELGE is her directorial debut.
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