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Halleluja (2002)

 -  Comedy | Short
5.9
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Two sisters find themselves in a family crisis when their parents, in search of identity, decide to become Christians.

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Cast

Complete credited cast:
Emily Foss Springborg ...
Pernille
Malou Reymann ...
Line
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Charlotte
Henrik Koefoed ...
Jens
Julie Wieth ...
Pastor Juul
Sara Watt ...
Sidse
Niels Vendius ...
Pastor Frandsen
Caroline Drasbæk ...
Kvinde i Sari
Casper Steffensen ...
Jeppe
Jakob Wittig ...
Anders (as Jacob Wittig)
Samuel Scharbau Bald ...
Gabriel
Kefas ...
Gospelkoret
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When parents Charlotte and Jens take to Christianity in search of new identity their daughters Line and Pernille conceive it as a major crisis. Their parents, who used to be admired by all the girls' friends, are now a laughing stock. When a letter arrives with an invitation for the parents to join a gospel choir, the girls plan a plot to let the family return to their unreligious lives. Written by Peter Brandt Nielsen

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Tomorrow Never Dies
Written by Rosendahl and Struck
Performed by Swan Lee
GOGO Records 2001
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a beautiful, small and curious film,
1 September 2005 | by (Copenhagen, Denmark) – See all my reviews

The person that recommended this film to me told me that very little actually happens, and that its beauty comes from its ambiguity. I didn't sit down anxiously awaiting a structured plot and narrative. In the event it turned out to be much more straightforward than I imagined. Some people might interpret it as an exploration of the questions - "what is real? how do we know if it is or isn't?". Yet it's certainly not the only, or most important interpretation to be had.

The events of the film are not explosive or loudly momentous; yet we understand that they are enough to change him, and by the end of the film we understand why. The sharp little shocks of distraction throughout - in particularly his encounter with the would-be models - are startling and realistic in their unconstructed spontaneity, as such experiences often really are.


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