The Norwegian action-adventure film “Troll” became Netflix’s most popular non-English film just two weeks after its debut on December 1.
The film has risen to the top of the non-English Netflix Top 10 with 128 million hours watched so far. It ranks among the top ten in 93 nations, including Mexico, Norway, France, Germany, the United States, the United Kingdom, Japan, South Korea, and Brazil.
A gigantic creature that has been trapped for a thousand years awakens deep within the mountain of Dovre, Norway, in the Norwegian adaptation of the ever-popular kaiju genre. The creature is rapidly approaching Norway’s capital, destroying everything in its path, and city dwellers are struggling to stop something they thought was only in Norwegian folklore.
Roar Uthaug, the director of “Tomb Raider,” is behind the film. Espen Horn and Kristian Strand Sinkerud from Motion Blur, the company behind the Norwegian Netflix film “Cadaver,” are in charge of producing it. Mads Pettersen, Ine Marie Wilmann, Kim Falck, and Gard B. Eidsvold are among its stars. Among Uthaug’s credits is Norway’s first disaster film, “The Wave.” Motion Blur, on the other hand, is responsible for the motion pictures “Amundsen,” “The 12th Man,” and “The Oil Fund.”
On Rotten Tomatoes, “Troll” received a 90% freshness rating.
The past most well known non-English film on Netflix this year was Peter Thorwarth’s “Crimson Sky,” where a lady with a puzzling disease is constrained right into it when a gathering of psychological oppressors endeavor to commandeer a transoceanic short-term flight. It was watched for more than 110 million hours. The streamer’s other popular non-English titles include “The Platform,” which has been viewed 108 million times. 101 million hours of “All Quiet on the Western Front” as well as “Black Crab,” which has 94 million hours.
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