Bankerot is a series created by Kim Fupz Aakesson with his usual flair for whacky characters, a handful of vaguely dysfunctional characters with many talents but a distinct inability to get their heads round their lives.
Thomas (40) is a widower and Dion (40) is just out of prison. As the Toothfairy pressures Dion to pay back old debt, he drags Martin out of mourning, jumpstarting their old dream to open a restaurant. A dream soon to be invaded by gangsters, fathers, ratting, cheating and a low cash flow. But still, friendship and love seems to grow in this muddyfield of weed and gravel.
It is a character driven series, a motley crew to say the least. None of them are normal. Or is normal actually exactly what they are?
Runtime: 30 minutes
Bankerot - Christopher Hornsrud - Netflix
Christopher Andersen Hornsrud (15 November 1859 – 12 December 1960) was a Norwegian politician for the Labour Party. He served as leader of the Labour Party from 1903 to 1906 and became a member of the Storting in 1912. In 1928, he became the first Norwegian Prime Minister from the Labour Party, but the cabinet had a weak parliamentary basis and was only in office for three weeks from January to February. He combined the post of Prime Minister with that of Minister of Finance. After resigning he became Vice-President of the Storting, a position he held to 1934. Hornsrud was born in Skotselv, Øvre Eiker, and died in Oslo.
Bankerot - Bibliography - Netflix
Amundsen, Hans (1959). Chr. Hornsrud : inntrykk og minner. Oslo: Tiden. ISBN 82-03-22389-3. Borgen, Per Otoo (1999). Norges statsministre. Oslo: Aschehoug. ISBN 8203223893.