Norwegian Fast and Furious, Børning, Trailer Released

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We admit, we stopped watching Fast and Furious movies closely a long time ago. Apparently, the Norwegians are working on their own take on the “story” and they’ve just released the trailed for the movie.
The motion picture is called Børning and now, when no English subtitles are available, we find here the same level of interest as that sparked in us by the F&F series. To put things another way, we can easily watch this for some light amusement without understand a thing of what the characters are saying.

You should try it to - Watch the clip below and see if the resulting level of entertainment differs from what the Fast and Furious movies managed to generate.

As for the details of the trailer, these come to show just how much of the American car culture has penetrated the Scandinavian countries. From modern-day muscle cars such as the Shelby GT500 to the original heroes like the Shelby Cobra, they’re all present. Don’t worry though, Europe has a place on the map too. Think Ford Sierra Cosworth, Porsche 911 GT3, Ferrari V8s, the BMW M3 and others.

And while Japan’s presence is limited, it looks like a Toyota GT 86, for which “heavily modified” would be an understatement, has a central role in the motion picture.

Børning is set to bring its carbon fiber hoods and massive rear wings to Norwegian theaters on August 13. SF-Film, the company behind the production, hasn’t mentioned anything about the rest of the world, but we do expect the movie to go international.

Fun Fact: As it turns out, Norwegian cops eat a lot too, but at list the donuts are replaced with healthier stuff like sandwiches and bananas.

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