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Giv gud en chance om søndagen (1970)

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Ulf Pilgaard Ulf Pilgaard ... Rev. Niels Riesing
Lotte Tarp Lotte Tarp ... Hanne Riesing
Vibeke Reumert Vibeke Reumert ... Hanne's Mother
Ove Sprogøe Ove Sprogøe ... Præst ved Roskilde Domkirke
Ole Storm Ole Storm ... Thorsen
Rachel Bæklund Rachel Bæklund ... Fru Thorsen
Erik Nørgaard Erik Nørgaard ... Lærer Petersen
Ebbe Kløvedal Reich Ebbe Kløvedal Reich ... Himself
Erik Halskov-Jensen Erik Halskov-Jensen ... Arbejder I grusgrav
Annelise Halskov-Jensen Annelise Halskov-Jensen ... Arbejderens kone
Knud Jansen Knud Jansen ... Rideskoleejer
Leif Mønsted Leif Mønsted ... Vækkelsesprædikant
Nils Ufer Nils Ufer ... Teolog
Jørgen Schleimann Jørgen Schleimann ... Teolog
Arne Skovhus Arne Skovhus ... Teolog
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Country:

Denmark

Language:

Danish

Release Date:

22 April 1970 (Denmark) See more »

Also Known As:

Deus existe todos os domingos See more »

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ASA Film See more »
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The role of the Church in modern society
28 December 2013 | by milton-freddySee all my reviews

The director had studied theology himself before making this film and the leading actor was a son of a priest. This was the first serious part for Ulf Pilgaard, who was building a career as a prolific stage comedian. Later he had other dramatic film roles, also executed with substantial vigor. The ambition was to create discussion about the position of the organized church in modern society, at the same time being about an existence as a philosophical person in a complex world. The priest must give up on the demands put upon him both from his congregation and himself. Within the Danish Christian Church the priest is employed by the state, yet he is not acting as a bureaucrat but has to take care of human psychological emotional conflicts. Reviewers, columnists and debaters were present in minor roles, and the ambition was high. Still, Henrik Stangerup had difficulty getting these themes working together in a balanced dramatic context. In the cinematography well performed by Henning Camre there are impressive symbolic scenes.


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