A Storm for Christmas

Stranded at the airport during a snowstorm, these characters must make the best of their Christmas situation. Drama ensues!

A Storm for Christmas
A Storm for Christmas

A Storm for Christmas is a heartwarming ensemble drama from The Global Ensemble Drama, directed by Per-Olav Sørensen. At its core, the story follows the characters' struggles to find their way home in time for Christmas - and just as important, how they connect with each other in a time of need.

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The film stars a talented ensemble cast, led by Dennis Storhøi (The Last Kingdom) as airport security guard Ola, Maibritt Saerens (Valkyrien) as the jubilant air stewardess Rosa, as the hapless traveler Jonas, Ariadna Cabrol (Dry Martina) as the mysterious traveler Ella, Valter Skarsgård (Skam) as the wise traveler Arne and Ravdeep Singh Bajwa (Molly’s Game) as the reluctant traveler Syed.

Each of the characters has their own dream of Christmas, and must make a decision - to stay or to go? A Storm for Christmas is ultimately an uplifting story about human connection, family and forgiveness during the holiday season.

Fans of ensemble dramas will love this heart-warming film from The Global Ensemble Drama, filled with unique characters and stories of courage. A Storm for Christmas is set to premiere on December 16th, 2022 - just in time for the holiday season!

So get ready to enjoy a storm of Christmas cheer this upcoming December with A Storm for Christmas!

Premiere date: December 16, 2022

Studio: The Global Ensemble Drama

Cast: Dennis Storhoi, Maibritt Saerens, Jan Gunnar Roise, Jon Oigarden, Ariadna Cabrol, Valter Skarsgard, Ravdeep Singh Bajwa, Sus Noreen, Jondahl Wilkins, Ibrahim Faal, Talia Lorentzen, Iker Pedraza Proskauer, Thea Sofie Loch Næss, J.V. Martin, Ida Elise Broch, Alexandra Rapaport, Evelyn Rasmussen Osazuwa, Hanna Ardéhn, Line Verndal

Director: Per-Olav Sorensen

Writers: Lars Saabye Christensen, Jan Trygve Royneland, Per-Olav Sorensen

Producers: Morten Bugge, Janne Hjeltnes, Per-Olav Sorensen