Mattias is born the same night as the moon landing in 1969. Already as a child he decides to live like Buzz Aldrin, the other man on the moon and a forever second place holder.
Runtime: 60 minutes
Buzz Aldrin, hvor ble det av deg i alt mylderet? - Pål Sverre Hagen - Netflix
Pål Sverre Valheim Hagen (born 6 November 1980) is a Norwegian stage and screen actor. He appeared in the Norwegian film Max Manus and played Thor Heyerdahl in the Oscar-nominated 2012 film Kon-Tiki.
Buzz Aldrin, hvor ble det av deg i alt mylderet? - Stage career - Netflix
His stage debut was in 2003 in Frode Grytten's Bikubesong (Beehive Song) at Det Norske Teatret in Oslo. After Bikubesong, he played many parts at the same theater, including leading roles in Herr Bima og herr Bramati by Tord Akerbæk (2003) and Skråninga by Carl Frode Tiller (2004). Hagen went on to play the title roles in Anton Chekhov's Ivanov and in Raskolnikov, based on Fyodor Dostoyevsky's Crime and Punishment, both at Hålogaland Teater. He said that playing Raskolnikov had been “extremely dark and extremely difficult,” and that he had had to take six months off after the end of the play's run to “recharge my batteries.” In 2006 he became an official member of the repertory company at Det Norske Teatret, and performed there in Verdas mest forelska par (World's Most-in-Love Couple), Få meg på, for faen! (Touch Me, For God's Sake!), and Gabriel García Márquez's Ingen skriv til obersten (Nobody Write to the Colonel). Hagen played Prince Hal in a 3-hour and 40-minute version of William Shakespeare's Henry IV Parts 1 and Part 2 staged in 2008 at Det Norske Teatret. He told Kroepelien that in recent years he had worked hard on trying to use his body expressively, noting that “In roles like Bjørn Diesel in Verdas mest forelska par I began to explore an expressive language, something I have really always liked. I got a good opportunity to go more deeply both as the elephant in Fyrverkerimakarens dotter [The Fireworks Maker's Daughter] and Hanen in Ingen skriv til obersten. Regarding his appearance in Henry IV, he said, “This is my first encounter with Shakespeare, and all I can do is admit that I have an overwhelming and massive piece of material ahead of me. Because really understanding the characters and the setting demands a lot more than a script." In the autumn of 2009, he appeared in a dark comedy, Ett lykkelig sjølvmord (A Happy Suicide). He said that the actor whose work meant the most to him was Bjørn Sundquist. “I've learned a lot from him. We're both interested in a kind of energy. An energy that's undefinable, but that's totally essential for expression. It is an important kernel of the kind of acting I want to do. And it's good to meet others who are looking for the same thing.” In the autumn of 2010 Valheim Hagen played Edmund Tyrone in the Riksteatret's production of Eugene O'Neill's Lang dags ferd mot natt (Long Day's Journey into Night). Liv Ullmann played his mother, Mary Tyrone, and Sundquist played his father, James Tyrone. In an article about this production, a writer for Dagbladet noted that Sundquist had played Falstaff to Valheim Hagen's Prince Hal in 2008, and that they had played father and son the year after in the film Jernanger, “in roles that were too small for their talents.” In 2014, he played Stavrogin in Demoner 2014, based on Fyodor Dostojevskij's The Devils. The play premiered on February 8th at the National Theatre in Oslo.
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