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Kristinus Bergman (1948)

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Cast overview, first billed only:
Ebbe Rode Ebbe Rode ... Kristinus Bergman
Preben Neergaard Preben Neergaard ... Jakob Lind
Lily Weiding Lily Weiding ... Maria Tange
Olaf Ussing Olaf Ussing ... Fuldmægtig Emanuel Volen
Angelo Bruun Angelo Bruun ... Kriminalassistent Stubdal
Lis Løwert Lis Løwert ... Minna
Jakob Nielsen Jakob Nielsen ... Ulrik Tange
Knud Heglund Knud Heglund ... Skorstensfejer
Gunnar Lemvigh Gunnar Lemvigh ... Solli
Tove Bang Tove Bang ... Fru Solli
Mogens Brandt Mogens Brandt ... Raaen
Edouard Mielche Edouard Mielche ... Fremmed mand
Valsø Holm Valsø Holm ... Købmand
Max Ibenfeldt Max Ibenfeldt ... Hotelvært
Henry Skjær Henry Skjær
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Crime | Drama

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Country:

Denmark

Language:

Danish

Release Date:

27 August 1948 (Denmark) See more »

Also Known As:

Okänd man See more »

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Nordisk Film See more »
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Mono

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1.37 : 1
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Danish film Noir
22 December 2013 | by milton-freddySee all my reviews

This is the best film from directors Astrid and Bjarne Henning-Jensen backed by moody cinematography from Annelise Reenberg, a film director in her own right. The performance of Ebbe Rode is absolutely brilliant as one of the two earlier orphan boys being abused in their childhood starting them off on a path of criminal activities also presented during the run of the film. The atmosphere and chilly mood is as impressive as in any foreign film noir production, and the movie has little of the warmness and acceptance you normally expect from Danish films. There is an irony and black humor shining through, but no sentimentality as to the cause of the two criminals' destiny. Nevertheless it is clear that their fate is closely knitted to an upbringing without warmth and care, and the hard fate of children growing up was a social background perfect for the directors to carry forth, also shown in other films from their able hands.


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