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Eva is 16 years old and falls in love with Inger. Inger is her father\'s new girlfriend. Heartcut is a warm and humorous drama between a father, a girlfriend, and a daughter that didn\'t want to, but couldn\'t resist. A story about first love.
At dawn, 16-year-old Eva walks along a foggy road. She’s just had her first kiss. She believes this is the bittersweet pain of first love. Her first love is her dad’s girlfriend, Inger. At first, Eva cannot tell if it is her envy of her dad’s love or her passion for Inger, but as time passes she finds herself clearly in love. It is an outstanding film that captures delicate, shaky feelings of first love in a cold Norwegian city in winter. (Jay SOHN)
Anne SEWITSKYAnne SEWITSKY
Born in 1977. Anne Sewitsky studied directing at The Norwegian Film School, graduating in 2006. She has later worked for the drama division of the Norwegian Broadcasting Corporation(NRK). She is a scriptwriter and consultant on a fulllength film project, scriptwriter for an episode of the drama series Himmelblå, as well as director of four episodes in the same series. She is currently employed as a script developer at Tordenfilm.