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Christoffer and Maja's trip to Prague to bring back Chistoffer's deceased father evolves into the story of a break-up. In the wake of the events that follow, secrets gradually emerge which threaten to destroy their marriage.
Svend and Bjarne work for a butcher in a small Danish town. Fed up with their boss' arrogance, they decide to start their own butcher shop. After dismal beginnings, an unfortunate accident ... See full summary »
Anders Thomas Jensen
Nikolaj Lie Kaas,
Jacob Pederson lives in shanty surroundings in Bombay, India, and assists in the running of Anand Orphanage and School. He had attempted a number of projects to assist orphans, including child prostitutes - all quite in vain. He has adopted a young male orphan, Pramod, and takes special care of him. With growing pressure on the facilities, which is on the verge bankruptcy, the orphanage receives an offer of funding from wealthy Danish citizen, Jorgen, which may put an end to its problems. In order to obtain the money, Jacob must travel to Copenhagen, meet with Jorgen, get financial assistance, and be back to celebrate Pramod's 8th birthday. He sets forth, is received by Christian Refner, an employee and future son-in-law of Jorgen. Jacob is shown all possible courtesy and even housed in a posh apartment. He subsequently meets with Jorgen, shows him video-tapes and submits that a few Kroner could really save several lives which would otherwise succumb to minor illnesses and infections.... Written by
First Danish film to be nominated for Best Foreign Language Film at the Oscars in 16 years. See more »
When the couple gets married, the rings are placed on the fingers, but no visible in scenes post marriage. The customs in Denmark may be different, but throughout the film, wedding bands, rings, etc. migrate from hand to hand (wedding band on the right hand for women, left for men), and also disappear. See more »
Jørgen Lennart Hannson:
Every acquaintance, every friend, every person who has a place in your heart, Iit is the time with them that really means something. Nothing else matters.
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It seems incredible, but 'Susanne Bier' (qv) can apparently overdo herself every time! Just when I thought that 'Brødre (2004)' (qv) would simply be the peak of her career, she comes out with this masterpiece! Brilliant actors! Every role in this film is played out so well! Particularly 'Rolf Lassgård' (qv) does a fabulous job. The film has brilliant music, brilliant cinematography and a brilliant plot! Oh yeah, and ask me if it's touching! Please! I haven't been this moved since I saw 'I Am Sam (2001)' (qv), and that's saying something! 10/10 without hesitation. I simply can't put my finger on anything bad about this film. Just go see it, or you'll miss out on one of the finest moments in film history! Well done, Susanne! Bravo!
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