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...Og det var Danmark (2008)

Story about Danish national football (soccer) team, a traditional minnow until the mid-1980s when they improved dramatically and eventually went on to win the European championship in 1992.
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Credited cast:
Frank Arnesen ...
Frank Arnesen
Søren Busk ...
Søren Busk
Preben Elkjær ...
Preben Elkjær
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Brian Laudrup
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Michael Laudrup
Søren Lerby ...
Søren Lerby
Søren H. Madsen ...
Søren H. Madsen
Søren Helding Madsen ...
Søren Helding Madsen
Jan Mølby ...
Jan Mølby
Ivan Nielsen ...
Ivan Nielsen
Kurt Børge Nikolaj Nielsen ...
Kurt Børge Nikolaj Nielsen
Richard Møller Nielsen
Jesper Olsen ...
Jesper Olsen
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Morten Olsen
Sepp Piontek
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Story about Danish national football (soccer) team, a traditional minnow until the mid-1980s when they improved dramatically and eventually went on to win the European championship in 1992.

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9 April 2008 (Denmark)  »

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Danish Dynamite  »

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One of the best documentaries of all time
17 June 2009 | by See all my reviews

I just saw this great documentary which I am the first to comment on. It contains all the awesome clips from 1984-1992. It also contains the legendary team song. That was a time of personalities! Where is he now - the Preben Elkær? The Kenneth Brülle. It is difficult to write about this movie in English but it is very loyal to the time period which it describes. It is really highly recommended. I had been looking forward to watching this movie, and I must say it was even better than I had thought. It is amazing to see the brilliant matches again. Don't forget that the Danish team went from "nothing" in the 1970s to a team which beat England 1-0, Sovjetunion 4-2 and Uruguay 6-1. Of course, I think the team in the 1980s was better than the team which won the European Championship in 1992 but there is no doubt that the awesome strength of Peter Smeichel had something to do with that victory.


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