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Peter (as Kim Sønderholm Andersen)
Katrine Falkenberg ...
Birgit
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Helle
Claus Lund ...
Søren
Jan Tjerrild ...
Peter #2
Christian Andersen ...
Lars
Lisbeth Jensen ...
Else
Simon Agger ...
Henry
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Carsten (as Christian Gade)
Jesper Maintz Andersen ...
Drunk in doorway
Dorthe Pedersen ...
Sisse 'Fisse' Fisker
Martin Rieder ...
Rune
Tina Vester Larsen ...
Linda
Andreas Hansn ...
Singvogel, vocals & guitar
Jens Balder ...
Singvogel, trombone & GS-5
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Bizarre Method of Death: Blank  »

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This film was originally intended to be released in a trilogy named "The Bizarre Method of Death", to be released in very limited amounts and a few festivals. However, the idea was dropped by the director Jesper Maintz Andersen because he thought that everybody should have the opportunity to see it. See more »

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Featured in The Making of 'Blank' (2003) See more »

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Jeg tror på kærlighed
Written by Jens Folmer Jepsen
Performed by Nina N.
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Utterly Pointless!
9 August 2007 | by (CT, USA) – See all my reviews

The saving grace of "Blank" is its short length -- at 32 minutes, it had already run its course, and then some. The film is a static depiction of seven days in the life of a thirty-ish single man wallowing in alcohol and the emptiness of a dull and meaningless existence.

He starts every morning trying to awaken from his drunken stupor, trudges off to his job at an apartment rental agency and then spends the night consuming mass quantities of beer and imagining events that may or may not be actual.

Slightly reminiscent of "Requiem for a Dream" or "Spun", but with booze instead of drugs and without the complete storyline or the interesting characters. "Blank" does not have a beginning, middle and end; just a mindless, dull middle part.

1 star out of ten


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