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Sigurd Svendsen (Pål Sverre Hagen) is a Norwegian archaeologist who is fascinated by a viking ship found at the Oseberg burial mound. He believes that a runic inscription on the ship, which translates to "man knows little," holds the key to understanding the Norse myth of Ragnarok: the day when heaven and earth are destroyed. After finding similar inscriptions on a stone in Northern Norway, Sigurd, along with his kids and a colleague, begins an expedition to uncover the secret of the day of doom.


Director Mikkel B. Sandemose

Screenwriter John Kåre Raake

Producers Are Heidenstrøm, Martin Sundland

Co-producers Film i Väst, H. Aschehoug & Co, Filmkraft Invest, Ghost VFX & Tre Vänner

Production Company Fantefilm Fiksjon as

Editor Christian Siebenherz

Cinematographer Daniel Voldheim

Sound Editor Christian Schaanning


Pål Sverre Hagen, Nicolai Cleve Broch, Sofia Helin, Bjørn Sundquist


“Ragnarok hits all of the right beats and makes for a pleasing adventure.” – Ryan Turek, Shock Till You Drop

“Ragnarok is a smart, fun film rooted in an engaging mythology, offering nods to films like Cliffhanger and The Lost World: Jurassic Park.” – Ryan Turek, Shock Till You Drop

“It’s as though the kids in 1985's The Goonies were accompanied by adults on a wilderness adventure. It adds up to a fun family adventure, with Norwegian style and a welcome edge, something even Indiana Jones in his prime could never quite achieve without a lot more bickering.” – Peter Martin, Twitch Film

“Spielbergian in the best possible way, "Ragnarok" is an old school Hollywood style action adventure from a country not exactly known for them, director Mikkel Sandemose has packed "Ragnarok" with good-natured cinematic nods to "Raiders of the Lost Ark," "Jurassic Park" and "Alien." - Joe Gross, Austin American-Statesman

“The first half of the film plays out like an Indiana Jones film, with Sigurd tracking down clues, exploring the wilderness, double-crosses, and at least a little bit of real-life history. The second half plays out more like Jurassic Park, with a group trying to escape a huge monster and the constant near-misses, close calls and improvised escape tactics. As soon as the movie was over, I wanted to go out and buy a battle axe and smash things while pretending I was a Viking.” – The Wolfman Cometh

“This family-friendly film pays homage to blockbusters such as Raiders of the Lost Ark and The Goonies without the overdone Hollywood gloss.” – Debbie Cerda, Slackerwood

“It's a family creature feature in a way that doesn't talk down to the kids or pander to them, which is good news for the adults in the crowd. I highly recommend checking it out if you get the chance.” – Quint, Ain’t It Cool News

“Ragnarok is the closest you’re going to get to a new Steven Spielberg movie in the manner of Jurassic Park or Raiders of the Lost Ark.” – Josh Spiegel, Sound on Sight

Date for DVD release subject to change.