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Familien Gregersen (2004)

An adaptation of Christian Kampmann's four novels about the two decades from 1954 to 1974 as experienced by the five sons and daughters of the Gregersen family.

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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Pia Vieth ...
Moren
Steen Springborg ...
Faren
...
Bo
...
Karen
Kristian Ibler ...
Erik
Mette Gregersen ...
Maj, ung
Sofie Lassen-Kahlke ...
Maj
Micky Skeel Hansen ...
Rune, ung
...
Rune
Nastja Arcel ...
Marianne
Kirsten Norholt ...
Tjumse
Peter Hesse Overgaard ...
Jørgen
Johannes Lilleøre ...
Jes
Kaya Brüel ...
Kirsten
...
Sixten (as Alexandre Willaume-Jantzen)
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An adaptation of Christian Kampmann's four novels about the two decades from 1954 to 1974 as experienced by the five sons and daughters of the Gregersen family.

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De blev den tabte generation (They became the lost generation)

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17 December 2004 (Denmark)  »

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Lost Generation  »

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DKK 25,500,000 (estimated)
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2.35 : 1
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Quotes

Maj Gregersen: Are you feeling guilty?
Rune: I don't know.
Maj Gregersen: I never feel guilty.
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Soundtracks

Wild Child
Written by Thomas Koppel & Anders Koppel
Performed by Savage Rose
(Credits song)
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Expanded widescreen family melodrama
11 March 2006 | by (Denmark) – See all my reviews

Almost four hours of compressed dysfunctional family melodrama based on the Danish author Christian Kampmann's four novels from the 70's.

Hard to swallow, told with no humour. The images are sharp and well-composed but with no personality and hardly thought as anything else but technical show-off.

For those unfamiliar to Danish movies: don't think this is the standard of a "normal" Danish movie.

Bad acting and fatal casting make this hard to watch - even as a historical tour de force of Danish everyday life in the past decades. First and foremost overlong without a cause.


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