|Birth Date||:||26 September 1973|
|Birth Place||:||Västerås, Sweden|
Anna Maria Cecilia Bonnevie is a Swedish-Norwegian actress. She was born in Västerås, Sweden, but grew up in Oslo, Norway. Her parents are Norwegian actress Jannik Bonnevie and Swedish actor Per Waldvik.
A Second Chance [14 May 2015 (Germany)]
Police detectives Andreas and Simon are called to a domestic dispute between a junkie couple. When Andreas finds their infant in a closet, he slowly loses his grip on justice, and Simon has to restore his balance between right and wrong.
All That Matters Is Past [2 November 2012 (Norway)]
Flashbacks reveal the evolution of a fatal love triangle involving two brothers, William and Ruud, and a childhood friend, Janne.
Another Round [24 September 2020 (Denmark)]
Another Round is a 2020 Danish-Swedish drama film, directed by Thomas Vinterberg, from a screenplay by Vinterberg and Tobias Lindholm. It stars Mads Mikkelsen, Thomas Bo Larsen, Magnus Millang, and Lars Ranthe. The official theme song of the film is 'What a Life' by Scarlet Pleasure.
This highly speculative film depicts the childhood of Jesus (Matteo Bellina), a period of his life largely absent from scripture. When a royal decree goes out that all young Hebrew boys must be killed, Joseph (Bekim Fehmiu) and Mary (Maria Del Carmen San Martin) leave Israel for Egypt with their son. As Jesus grows older, he becomes close to his parents, but ultimately begins to realize his spiritual path and returns to the Holy Land to fulfill his destiny.… MORE
Becoming Astrid [21 February 2018 (Berlin)]
Depicting the early years of Swedish author Astrid Lindgren, the world's third most-translated children's writer, credited for more than 100 books, including "Pippi Longstocking," "Emil of Lönneberga," and "The Six Bullerby Children."
Belle du Seigneur [29 November 2012 (Russia)]
As Fascism grows in Europe, a high-ranking Jewish officer (Jonathan Rhys-Meyers) in the League of Nations begins a tempestuous affair with a married woman (Natalia Vodianova).
Beze studu [Petter Næss]
Day and Night [6 August 2004 (Sweden)]
Thomas has decided to die and spends his last day driving around to say good-bye to his son, wife, mistress and the other important people in his life. Nobody understands that this good-bye is definite, yet he says things they will never forget.
Dragonflies [September 2001 (Norway)]
Rugged ex-convict Eddie (Kim Bodnia) and his sexy girlfriend, Maria (Maria Bonnevie), live isolated from others in their rural hideaway. But when a mysterious old prison buddy of Eddie's, Kullman (Mikael Persbrandt), intrudes onto the scene, tension between the two men threatens the life Eddie has made with Maria. When Kullman states that he's not leaving anytime soon and begins getting too close to Maria, Eddie has to tread carefully so as not to lose everything that's he's fought for.… MORE
Falling Sky [18 October 2002 (Norway)]
Falling Sky is a 2002 Norwegian drama film directed by Gunnar Vikene.
For en neve kjærlighet [Kjersti Paulsen]
Froken Julie: 100 Ar I Ramplujset [Ann Victorin]
I Am David [15 May 2003]
David, a twelve-year-old boy, escapes from a concentration camp in Bulgaria in order to go to Denmark to deliver a letter. But he ends up getting reunited with his lost mother.
I Am Dina [8 March 2002 (Norway)]
A feisty woman (Maria Bonnevie) retains an uneasy relationship with her father while rebelling against her older husband (Gérard Depardieu).
Insomnia [14 March 1997 (Norway)]
Detectives Jonas (Stellan Skarsgard) and Erik (Sverre Anker Ousdal) are called to the midnight sun country of northern Norway to investigate a recent homicide, but their plan to arrest the killer goes awry, and Jonas mistakenly shoots Erik. The suspect escapes, and a frightened Jonas pins Erik's death on the fugitive. Jonas continues to pursue the killer as he seeks to protect himself; however, his mounting guilt and the omnipresent sun plague him with an insomnia that affects his sanity.… MORE
Instintos Diabólicos [Ole Bornedal]
Jerusalem [6 September 1996 (Norway)]
Swedish pilgrims (Maria Bonnevie, Ulf Friberg, Pernilla August) emigrate to Palestine in 1896 and struggle to survive in their adopted homeland.
La fuerza del valor [Paul Feig]
La Légende De L'ours Roi [OLA SOLUM]
Let's Play House [31 October 2003]
Maskeblomstfamilien [8 October 2010]
O królu w niedźwiedzia zaklętym [Ola Solum]
O Sonho da Liberdade [Paul Feig]
Pád nebes [Gunnar Vikene]
Phoenix [7 September 2018]
From a young age, Jill has acted as the responsible adult in her family. She cares for her loving but mentally unstable mother and her younger brother. The news that their estranged father will be visiting on Jill's birthday gives the children much-needed hope. When the family is struck by tragedy, Jill decides to keep it a secret.
Reconstruction [26 September 2003 (Denmark)]
A photographer named Alex (Nikolaj Lie Kaas) leaves his girlfriend one night to pursue an alluring stranger. Soon Alex and the stranger, Aimee (Maria Bonnevie), begin a turbulent love affair. When Alex attempts to return to his old life, he finds it has literally vanished. His former girlfriend no longer recognizes him, and his apartment doesn't exist. When Alex realizes he is part of a literary fantasy beyond his control, he has no choice but to discard his past life and embrace the future.… MORE
Skammerens datter II: Slangens gave [28 February 2020 (Poland)]
While the evil Drakan decides to subdue the Highlands, Dina meets a mysterious stranger who turns out to be her father. She embarks with him on a dangerous journey to free his family.
Syndare i sommarsol [30 November 2001 (Sweden)]
In the 1920s, four young men and women spend the summer holiday in a rented house, and try to keep separated to avoid developing feelings.
The 13th Warrior [27 August 1999 (USA)]
An exiled Arab ambassador must join a band of Viking warriors to battle a supernatural enemy when a fortune-teller warns that they are doomed to fail without a 13th warrior.
The Angel [2 October 2009 (Norway)]
Angel is a 2009 Norwegian drama film directed by Margreth Olin. The film was selected as the Norwegian entry for the Best Foreign Language Film at the 83rd Academy Awards but it didn't make the final shortlist.
The Banishment [2 October 2007 (Russia)]
After receiving an unexpected visit from his mysteriously injured brother Mark, Alex decides to take his family back to the country home of his childhood, but once there, Alex's wife Vera confesses that she is pregnant again and that the child is not his. Agony ensues as Alex attempts to figure out how best to react.
The Polar Bear King [28 November 1991 (Germany)]
A beautiful princess (Maria Bonnevie) rescues a king (Tobias Hoesl), turned into a bear by a witch (Anna-Lotto Larson) he refused to wed.
The Shamer's Daughter [26 March 2015 (Denmark)]
The Shamer's daughter, Dina, has unwillingly inherited her mother's supernatural ability. She can look straight into the soul of other people, making them feel ashamed of themselves.
The Telegraphist [4 February 1993]
Ove Rolandsen (Bjørn Floberg) lives in a small Norwegian village and works as a telegraph operator. When he's not sending messages for the townspeople, Ove seduces lonely women and works on various inventions. But there's one woman whom Ove desires above all -- Elise Mack (Marie Richardson), the daughter of a fish glue magnate (Jarl Kulle). She is due to marry a wealthy shipping captain (Ole Ernst). Ove vows to win Elise's love and become rich by inventing a stronger type of fish glue.… MORE
The Threat [16 January 2004]
A programmer who's working with the secret EWS computer system at a military air force base is threaten by foreign agents. His only chance of rescue seems to be the war veteran Hagland.
The White Viking [1 November 1991]
In order to save his bride, a pagan makes a deal with a king to convert the people in Iceland to Roman Catholicism.
Three Suns [27 February 2004 (Sweden)]
Tři slunce [Richard Hobert]
Tsatsiki, Mom and the Policeman [1 October 1999 (Sweden)]
Tsatsiki, morsan och polisen is a Swedish film directed by Ella Lemhagen which was released to cinemas in Sweden on 1 October 1999, based on the books about Tsatsiki written by Moni Nilsson-Brännström.
Vyhoštění [Andrey Zvyagintsev]
What No One Knows [13 June 2008 (Denmark)]
Thomas investigates his sister's murder and discovers her death is tied to their deceased father and his work in military intelligence.
- 26 September 1973.
- Västerås, Sweden.
- 1.73 m.