The Preikestolen, a high cliff in the west of Norway, was yesterday the scene of a real film. More than 1,800 visitors lined up at the start for the first screening of “Mission Impossible: Fallout”, report local media today.
In the final scenes of the film, Tom Cruise on the wall of the 604 meter high cliff is. The vantage point on top of the cliff is one of the most popular tourist attractions in Norway, with an annual quarter of a million visitors that the steep climb to the Pulpit to defy. The scenes of “Mission Impossible” were in november last year filmed.
The premiere of the thriller began last night at 11 pm in the presence of some actors from the film. The Norwegian actor Kristoffer Joner was present, reported the Norwegian public service broadcaster NRK. At the beginning of the film gave the viewers a video message from actors Tom Cruise, Henry Cavill and director Christopher McQuarrie.
The movie ended at 2 in the morning. After the screening chose the most people to the two hour long journey back to the car park. A few remained in the vicinity of the rock formations and camp under the moonlight, according to the newspaper Stavanger Aftenblad.