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ONE OF THE MANY GOOD THINGS ABOUT THE FALL IS LOTS AND LOTS OF NEW TELEVISION SERIES ALONGSIDE NEW SEASONS OF OLD ONES.

To promote the brand new Norwegian reality-series SMÅBRUKET (= The Smallholding or The Small farm), the production company Fantefilm has made an excellent film in cooperation with TV 3. Once again the great divide between the city and the countryside is in focus. The fast and furious, noisy and tall, hard and cold City versus the slow and gentle, calm and small, soft and warm Countryside. This divide is shown with great use of images and paste. In the middle of it all is the very small and red headed TV host with the name of Ravi (or Ivar Johansen), perhaps more known for his music and musical programs. The dream of a harmonic life in the country seems tempting for many stressed up citizens of the city. In the first episode we get to know four families, with and without children, which are given the opportunity to check it out. Is the grass truly greener on the other side? The promotion film is directed by Kenneth Olaf Hjellum and produced by Audun Lynghold Wittenberg. Post production by Pia Nyhus and Hocus Focus: Henrik Berge (editor), Bengt Ove Sannes & Haavard Albertsen (online and colour grading) and Johannes Ringen (sound design). To be continued every Thursday at 21.30 on TV3...