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D-Day (2000)

D-dag (original title)
Four people plan to rob a bank on new years eve, where no one will notice because of the celebration.
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Nicolaj Kopernikus ... Niels-Henning
Charlotte Sachs Bostrup Charlotte Sachs Bostrup ... Lise
Dejan Cukic ... Boris
Bjarne Henriksen ... Carl
Jesper Asholt Jesper Asholt ... Jørgen
Helle Dolleris Helle Dolleris ... Carl's kone (Line)
Louise Mieritz ... Lise's søster
Klaus Bondam Klaus Bondam ... Receptionist
Therese Glahn Therese Glahn ... Kvinde på Hotelværelse
Thomas Bo Larsen ... Mand på Hotelværelse
Lasse Lunderskov Lasse Lunderskov ... Selvmorder
Stellan Skarsgård ... Lise's Mand
Alexander Skarsgård ... Lise's papsøn
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This was a great experiment. Seven Danish television channels were on the air at the same time, with four different movies, each made by one of the four directors. All four movies runs 70 minutes and was recorded from ca 11.05 31/12 1999 to 0.15 1/1 2000. This is a onetime movie because on 1/1/2000 you where supposed to edit your own version, from the four movies running simultaneous, plus a recording of the room in which the directors where sitting co-ordinating the whole thing. Each director had one main character, and one camera team that followed this person. The remote control was your cutting device, and no one saw the same movie that night. But the plot was the same for all: Four people has planned to rob a bank, and they shall use the noise from the new year celebration to hide the explosion. We follow them in the hour around the robbery. Written by Kynde

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Dejan Cukuc's character (Boris) lived at Stampesgade 1 in Copenhagen in this movie. See more »

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Edited from D-dag - Carl (2000) See more »

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Interesting but boring
14 December 2000 | by jeppemhSee all my reviews

D-Day was a very interesting initiative. You could follow different persons from different TV channels and see what each of the persons were doing on new years eve to the year 2000.

In my opinion the idea was really cool and interesting, but i think that you missed out on the whole story, by only being able to watch one person at a time.

It then raises the question if we're getting the whole truth, when we see the world from our point of view.

A cool statement and a good idea for a movie. But in reality, it was quite boring.


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Country:

Denmark

Language:

Danish

Release Date:

1 January 2000 (Denmark) See more »

Also Known As:

D-dag See more »

Filming Locations:

Copenhagen, Denmark

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