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Being more like Bagsy – named after Oslo Waste Disposal Agency’s waste sorting robot «Bagsy» – is a short film about a woman who is unemployed, who doesn’t feel she has any function for the people around her, until an encounter with the Waste Disposal Agency seems to offer her an unexpected way to be useful again.

Mikkel Storm Glomstein was born in 1980 in London. He is an activist and politician turned filmmaker. After being General Secretary of the Norwegian Green Party, and in charge of the party’s 2013 Parliamentary campaign which saw the Green Party entering the Parliament in Norway for the first time, Storm Glomstein turned to filmmaking. Being more like Bagsy is his first short film. He is currently trying to make a long feature.

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