"To me, Dad was right during the war drama in Narvik, so obviously you are proud," says Steiner Herdersen, who is well versed in both the father's efforts for his infantry regiment and what happened at the front.
He writes the editor Rolf Edmond Lund in Altaposten, an article about the film programs of film director Tommy Vircula
"It should be a film, I suggest Gørild Mauseth as a mother." Gregory Peck prepared himself for Dad, smiling at Steiner.
The Hollywood director of Alta dreamed for many years of making a film about the Battle of Narvik, a war story that many feelings have dealt with in national history. So was the battalion of Aletta who was at the front of Narvik in 1940, where Tommy's grandfather was involved. Many studies have been done, but some pieces remain in place.
"We have not received the funding entirely and are dependent, among other things, on the funding of the Norwegian Film Institute," Virakola points to Altusten.
In a statement in Altaposten this week, he reveals that Hans Hardersen becomes representative representative of the Narvik War event.
"Hans has not only a unique and exciting story inside him, he also fought under the Heidemus battalion, which is one of the first to fight against the Germans and the only Norwegian battalion participating in the rehabilitation of Narvik, Wirkola points out.
However, he is also concerned with some aspects.
"Our main focus is on the miracle and the soldiers in the Hyldmo Battalion, but we also show the experiments to other Norwegian soldiers, such as the Alta Battalion.Very important part of our film is also to convey how citizens and citizens of Narvik men experience the worst nightmare of their lives when Freedom was taken from them suddenly, describes Wirkola.
Like most stories, Steiner uses the term "father" and "morse" when referring to parents who were in the middle of the drama. The story of the young couple is also the clean film show.
"Persan took Nora in April 1940 to take the mother to Tildeschund for security, and then returned to work in Stremen, he would not have done so, Steiner noted in an article in the weekly Alstopen.