1hr 53mins

Following Mags, Morten and Pål over a period of four years, a-ha: The Movie provides unprecedented access to the inner workings of the band as well as a career-spanning look at one of the most enduring and beloved acts in pop music history.

This feature contains scenes of flashing images which may affect viewers who are susceptible to photosensitive epilepsy.
Unfortunately no Audio Description track is available for this feature.
Thomas Robsahm
Infrequent strong language

From teenage dreamers with empty wallets and one-way tickets from Norway to London, to international superstars with one of the most iconic and enduring pop songs ever to be recorded, a-ha’s sudden and meteoric rise to fame was extraordinary.

Forty years, ten studio albums and 55 million record sales later, the band still tour – but their connection is tenuous. They travel the world in separate cars and only meet on stage to perform.

Directors Thomas Robsahm & Aslaug Holm grant a candid insight into the ‘Take on Me’ hitmakers’ process, their astonishing live performance showmanship and their openly turbulent interrelationships off-stage.



“A fascinating film”


“An insightful and unrestricted glimpse into both the magic and tensions behind the hits”
Culture Fix


“Few music documentaries get as close to the mechanics of interactive creative processes as this… it’s a must”
Eye For Film


“Perfect reminder of the endless joy of listening to their songs”


“A delight for casual and diehard fans alike”
Film Festival Today

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