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Tiff 2011: ‘Superclasico’ an unusually upbeat take on life after divorce

25 September 2011 2:44 PM, PDT | SoundOnSight | See recent SoundOnSight news »


Directed by Ole Christian Madsen

Screenplay by Ole Christian Madsen and Anders Frithiof August

2011, Denmark

Festival favourite Ole Christian Madsen (Flame and Citroen) returns to the Toronto International Film festival with Superclasico : a measured, fun, and thoughtful comedy-drama crowd-pleaser which suggests that divorce doesn’t always signal just the end of a doomed relationship, but also some possible benefits. Part of the Contemporary World Cinema programme, Madsen’s Danish comedy finds Christian (as played by Anders W. Berthelsen from Italian for Beginners) making the high stakes trek from Copenhagen to Bueno Aires with his son Oscar to try and win back his mercurial and career-driven wife Anna (Paprika Steen from 1998′s The Celebration) who has recently served him papers and ran off to be with an infamous and successful footballer Juan Diaz (Sebastian Estevanez).    Jamie Morton plays their silent and sullen,  Kierkegard-reading son Oscar stuck in the middle »

- Gregory Ashman

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