King of Devil's Island (French: Les Révoltés de l'île du Diable), (Norwegian: Kongen av Bastøy) is a 2010 French-Norwegian action drama film directed by Marius Holst. The film premiered in Norway on 17 December 2010 and was next shown at the international film festivals of Sweden (January 2011), Rotterdam (February 2011).
Dec 17, 2010 · Directed by Marius Holst. With Benjamin Helstad, Trond Nilssen, Stellan Skarsgård, Kristoffer Joner. Norwegian winter, early 20th century. On the boys home Bastoy, a new inmate leads the boys to a violent uprising against a brutal regime.
- Marius Holst
- Not Rated
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Nov 18, 2011 · "King of Devil's Island" is a slow and predictable movie that occasionally feels like a Norwegian juvenile version of "Cool Hand Luke," as Erling has definite problems with authority, trying to ...
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King of Devil's Island is a 2010 Norwegian film directed by Marius Holst. I noticed this movie under the Amazon Prime feature and due to the five-star rating, I decided to take a chance and watch it. This movie is thought-provoking and emotional.
Apr 10, 2012 · King of Devil's Island is a 2010 Norwegian film directed by Marius Holst. I noticed this movie under the Amazon Prime feature and due to the five-star rating, I decided to take a chance and watch it. This movie is thought-provoking and emotional.
Both boarding schools and detention centers seem to attract sadists among the inmates and the administrators, and there's always at least one sex offender on the staff. "King of Devil's Island" is an effective drama set in Norway in 1915, where the mostly harmless boys are subjected to regimented punishment.
Feb 07, 2019 · Devil’s Island prison is a place that lives in infamy. About nine miles from Kourou, a small coastal town in French Guiana on the northeastern coast of South America, is a group of three islands called the Îles du Salut, known by English speakers as the Salvation Islands.
The Devil's Island facility was the last to be closed. The cable car system that provided access to Devil's Island from Royale Island deteriorated and Devil's Island is now closed to public access. [clarification needed] It can be viewed from off shore by use of charter boats. The two larger islands in the Salut island group are open to the ...