DID YOU EVER ASK YOURSELF THE QUESTION WHETHER IT IS POSSIBLE TO FIND A CONNECTION BETWEEN OLAV DEN HELLIGE (THE KING OF NORWAY FROM 1015 TO 1028) AND THE BUTTER BREMYKT?
Well, take a look at the fabulous new commercial campaign from the production company Fantefilm, and you will see that there is a possible link there. Oh yes, all the way back to the battle of Stiklestad and the iron helmets. Even more fascinating is it that the great Napoleon is involved too. Actually he ate some cake with his impressive uniform in tact in a living room in Norway. That is why we have a cake called Napoleon's cake. The adaptability is immense of course, but even so - we love the free fantasy in motion. And just to make sure you also know why pancakes are called "pannekake" in Norwegian... The time before Bremykt existed, the pancakes always got stuck in the pan. So stuck that in any attempt to turn the cake around, the pan smashed into the forehead (panne) of the poor cook. Great fun from director Roar Uthaug and producer Hugo Hagemann Føsker. Post produced by Ole-Arild Svendsen and Hocus Focus: Edited by Thomas Løvig, colour graded by Haavard Albertsen, vfx, mattepainting and online by Haavard Albertsen and Bengt Ove Sannes. Sound design by Preben Grieg-Halvorsen. What was life really like before Bremykt? You will find the answers to this important question here, in these extraordinary films.