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Bodil Udsen ...
Helle Virkner ...
Lily Weiding ...
Christos Tsagas ...
Kirsten Olesen ...
Peter Aude ...
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Rie Nørgaard
Christina Meyer
Palle Riishøj
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Three very different elderly women escape from the deadly boredom of their rest home; they are inspired by Søren Kierkegaards's statement: "To dare means losing your footing for a while; not to dare means losing yourself forever". For two days and nights they experience the sensuality and beauty of life on a Greek holiday island but soon their bliss is interrupted. Written by Anonymous

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26 November 2001 (Denmark)  »

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Birds of Passage  »

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Very touching..
13 May 2003 | by (Denmark) – See all my reviews

A very touching film about three old woman, living in a retirement home, wanting to experience life for the first time - and *spoiler* as you find out, even the first time for one of them. Three of Danmark's grand old ladies (or legends for a better word..) join up and play the leads. I didn't expect much to begin with, but I must admit it left me sitting with a lump in my throat by the end.. I definately recommend this film..


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