Lilyhammer

Lilyhammer

Season One

DVD - 2013
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After Frank "The Fixer" Tagliano testifies against his Mafia boss in New York, he enters the Witness Protection Program and makes an unusual demand: he wants to be set up with a new life in the Norwegian small town of Lillehammer, or as he calls it, LILYHAMMER. Thrust into a brand new world, Frank is confronted with a colorful cast of characters totally unlike the New York variety.
Publisher: New York, NY : Flatiron Film Company, ©2013.
Characteristics: 2 videodiscs (approximately 378 min.) :,sound, color ;,12 cm
digital, optical, rda
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video file, DVD video, rda
Alternative Title: Lilyhammer (Television program)

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coalbanks
Dec 04, 2017

Wise Fellas/Sopranos meets Norway, a good laugh

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andala
Apr 04, 2016

incredibly distasteful and lame. bad acting, boring, predictable plot. and pathetically offensive. if you read the credits you can see that SVZ was either producer or director and "composer". he paid to be the lead in this one. hope there is not a season 2. hope the library doesn't spend money on more of this.

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jaketaz777
Aug 17, 2015

i`m not sorry for watching this funny series.

7duffy Mar 06, 2015

Not as good as I was led to believe, but fairly amusing, none-the-less.
It's sort of like: "My Blue Heaven" meets "Northern Exposure". Entertaining at times, but not enough to hold my interest to continue watching the series.

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rolandk
Dec 31, 2014

I made it through 1.5 episodes and shut it off. The only difference between Lilyhammer and every other mob show is the location. SVZ is supposed to lay low on the witness protection program and in the short time I watched he is blackmailling a public official, bought a bar and fired all the union employees, and the police are after him. Oh, and if he ever sees a guy acting out of line he has a little "talk" with him and of course the guy falls right in line because SVD is the baddest dude in the world. Lame.

lotuslori_8 Nov 28, 2014

I was quite disappointed with the first two episodes of this Norwegian TV series that I couldn't even bother watching the rest. Steve Van Zandt plays the same type of character he was in the Sopranos with the same bad language and behaviour.

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bronwynp
Jan 08, 2014

Funny it it's quirkiness about Norwegian life

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