The Lorenskog Disappearance will release on Netflix on September 14, 2022, a Wednesday. The television show regarding Lrenskog’s disappearance has started to be recorded. Terry Stromdahl is shown as Tom Hagen in the first images.
Tuesday’s episode of VGTV featured Lorenskog concerning the upcoming third anniversary of Anne-Elisabeth Hagen’s disappearance from his residence in Slovenia. It comes out that the mystery TV series is now being recorded at the Shell station in Skrer by Knatten in Lorenskog.
Using Tom Hagen On October 31, 2018, he arrived at the police station with five A4 sheets of text that he claimed to have found that afternoon at home. Terje Strmdahl is now playing Hagen in this scene, which is being filmed.
Hkon Briseid, the executive producer of Monster, confirmed to VGTV that the petrol station is where the Netflix series is being shot, but he would not elaborate on Strmdahl’s part.
All About The Lørenskog Disappearance
Although the news of this new Netflix Original series was first revealed in Norwegian media in late September 2021, there doesn’t seem to be much information accessible about it in English now. The show is based on Anne-Elisabeth Hagen’s actual, unexplained disappearance in October 2018.
“Our series is not about the issue of guilt, but rather about how the unresolved case impacts and helps to define our performances,” claims screenwriter Nikolaj Frobenius.
The scriptwriter, who thinks the series will continue regardless of the result of the probe, questions What occurs to us as a society when we are ignorant. We believe that doing this now is vital and appropriate, according to screenwriter Nikolaj Frobenius.
Our series explores explicitly how the unsolved issue impacts and shapes our perspectives rather than the issue of guilt. The scriptwriter, sure that the series would endure regardless of the investigation’s findings, questions what happens to us as a society when we are ignorant.
On October 31, 2018, Anne-Elisabeth Hagen vanished from the couple’s house and hadn’t been seen. Tom Hagen, her husband, who is accused of murder or involvement in the murder, maintains his innocence.
Without a certainty, such a series will be highly burdensome for my client, said Svein Holden, the attorney for Tom Hagen. The family is aware of the series, said the show’s makers. However, director Erik Skjoldbjaerg claims the series will not center on the Hagen family or the next of kin.
Additionally, Gjyljeta Berisha and Erik Skjoldbjaerg are the directors, while Stephen Uhlander is the screenwriter. Henrik Rafaelsen, Yngvild Grotmol, Victoria Ose, and Christian Rubeck are among the cast members.
The summary says: “The protagonists will learn exactly how far they are ready to go in their search for a solution while the mystery persists obstinately unanswered. This series reveals how easily we may all draw conclusions without a clear-cut reality.”
What parents should know is as follows: The Lorenskog Disappearance has a Not Rated parental rating. When a TV show or movie hasn’t been sought for a rating by the MPAA, the words Not Rated (NR) or Unrated (UR) are often used.
Unrated films and TV shows should be classified as R/TV-MA since they frequently receive that classification or a worse one.