Documentary seeking the answer: Why it is men, and not women, seem to be in the most powerful positions? How different a place would the world be if women had more power?

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Henrik Dam Kristensen ...
Himself - MF, Soc.Dem.
Peter Munk Christiansen ...
Himself - Professor, Aalborg Universitet
Charlotte Holst ...
Herself - Slagterimedarbejder (as Charlotte Holst Høybye)
Henriette Holst ...
Herself - Kantinemedarbejder (as Henriette Holst Høybye)
Keld Zeruneith ...
Himself - Dr.phil.docent
Tahir Mirza ...
Himself - Muslim
Faisal Attazomati ...
Himself - Muslim
Imran Shah ...
Himself - Muslim
Mads Mohammed ...
Himself - Muslim
Søren Mørch ...
Himself - Historian
Greta Sørensen ...
Herself - Tidl. kommunal ansat
Tor Nørretranders ...
Himself - Author
Lars Olesen ...
Himself - Father to Felix
Helmuth Nyborg ...
Himself - Professor i udviklingspsykologi
Sven O. Skouby ...
Himself - Professor, dr.med.
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Documentary seeking the answer: Why it is men, and not women, seem to be in the most powerful positions? How different a place would the world be if women had more power?

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8 March 2004 (Denmark)  »

Also Known As:

Magtens billeder 4  »

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Originally, the idea for the series of 'Magtens billeder' came into being in 1997 when Folketinget (Danish Parliament) set up a research project entitled 'Den Danske Magtudredning' (the Account of Power in Denmark). In spring 2003 Danmarks Radio and Det danske Filminstitut announced an open competition, and received 111 proposals for documentaries. 12 of these were selected for the series. See more »

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