Welcome to the Colossus Movie Guide for Troll (2022). This guide contains everything you need to understand the film. You’ll find a quick explanation of Troll, as well as our library of material covering key aspects of the movie. We encourage comments to help us put together the best possible guide. Thank you!
The Quick Explanation
Troll is a classic kind of monster film. More like the original 1954 Gojira/Godzilla than something as bombastic as Sharknado. It has themes relating to faith, religion, history, nature, and communication.
- Nora Tidermann – Ine Marie Wilmann
- Andreas Isaksen – Kim Falck
- Tobias Tidemann – Gard B. Eidsvold
- Captain Kristoffer Holm – Mads Sjøgård Pettersen
- Sigrid Hodne – Karoline Viktoria Sletteng Garvang
- Prime Minister Berit Moberg – Anneke von der Lippe
- Minister of Defence Frederick Markussen – Fridtjov Såheim
- Written by – Espen Aukan, Roar Uthaug
- Directed by – Roar Uthaug
What does the title Troll mean? What does it tell us about the movie’s intentions and storyline? Let’s figure it out.
Themes and Meaning
Discover themes that help us define Troll‘s commentary, message, and meaning.
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Questions and Answers
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I could see a possible deception in the ending where the sun doesn’t come up and they do return the troll king back to dovre caves. The sigrid character explains that they killed all of the trolls and trapped the last one in dovre. The middle of the movie when they’re discussing the lies that stories had shown trolls in sunlight and etc to make them less believable makes me think that they might have said that to set up being mislead in the end as well. The end was so dissonant and too happy for what had happen. And when they show the cave again after the credits it seems likely that they could have lead the troll back to the cave. As it seems likely that if there was two troll that they would have both been awaken from the blast. I’d have to re-watch the movie to see if this theory holds but it’s an interesting idea.
Hi, Shannon! I could definitely see a movie making a call like that. I’m just not sure this one would go that far. It’s a pretty elaborate…troll…on the viewer. I just think the tonal clash at the end is just an issue with the writing.
I’m also confused why the troll didn’t become a mountain at the end. That seemed like the logical full-circle conclusion. I guess they didn’t want to put a mountain in the middle of Oslo lol.