WELCOME TO THE WILDERNESS OF THE NORWEGIAN WOODS. IT IS BEAUTIFUL IN ALL ITS "GREENESS", THE BIRDS ARE SINGING AND THE SUN IS LURKING BEHIND THE TREES.
In the middle of all this nature appears the Norwegian version of Sir David Attenborough. Dressed in all green as a sort of camouflage, he is whispering away to the camera. We are getting that exciting feeling that he is about to take us with him on an exciting adventure into to the unknown. What are we looking for - a bear? An elk? Or perhaps wolves? The sound of sticks that are breaking and the camouflage man sneaking around increases the tension, as we suddenly are brought to a road and a bus is arriving. It is not animals we are looking for, it is BRAKAR. Brakar is the new name of the public transport in the county of Buskerud, and there you have it (I only hope I did not spoil anyone’s high hope for a monster). A visually excellent and very well communicating little information film from the production company Small Film, directed by Mikkel Ohrvik and produced by Rut Solli. Post produced by Hocus Focus and Anne Roksvåg. Edited by Henrik Berge, online and colour grading by Bengt Ove Sannes. Sound design by Preben Grieg-Halvorsen. For more information about where Brakar can take you, take a look at www.brakar.no