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Princess (2006)

Due to his sister's death, the 32 year old August returns and consequently abandons his profession as a missionary priest. His beloved sister Christina, who went from greatness to decay as ... See full summary »
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Cast

Credited cast:
Thure Lindhardt ... August (voice)
Stine Fischer Christensen ... Christina (voice)
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Jens Arentzen Jens Arentzen
Rasmus Bjerg
Jiming Cai Jiming Cai
Liv Corfixen ... Luder i bil (voice)
Ida Dwinger Ida Dwinger ... Mor (voice)
Mira Hilli Møller Hallund Mira Hilli Møller Hallund ... Mia (voice)
Rikke Hallund Rikke Hallund
Henrik Ipsen Henrik Ipsen ... Caretaker
Tommy Kenter Tommy Kenter ... Preben (voice)
Margrethe Koytu Margrethe Koytu ... Karen (voice)
Søren Lenander Søren Lenander ... Sonny (voice)
Karen Rosenberg Karen Rosenberg ... Kvinde (voice)
Campbell Snavely Campbell Snavely ... Lead
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Due to his sister's death, the 32 year old August returns and consequently abandons his profession as a missionary priest. His beloved sister Christina, who went from greatness to decay as the famous porn-star The Princess, is dead after years of drug abuse. She leaves behind her 5-year old daughter Mia, whom August feels obliged to take care of. Weighed down by grief and guilt he decides to revenge the dead of Christina - and takes Mia on a mission to destroy all existing pornographic material featuring The Princess. The mission escalates into a brutal and violent rout, where August is desperately trying to protect the only precious thing in his life, Mia, why he is forced to make a fatal decision. Written by Martin Stoltenborg Christensen

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Country:

Denmark | Germany

Language:

Danish

Release Date:

16 June 2006 (Denmark) See more »

Also Known As:

Hercegnő See more »

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Budget:

DKK 8,600,000 (estimated)
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Dolby SR

Color:

Color

Aspect Ratio:

2.35 : 1
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The film consists of 80% animation and 20% live action. See more »

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Referenced in Smagsdommerne: Episode #3.16 (2006) See more »

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Sjæl i flammer
Written by Kasper Winding
Performed by Kasper Winding & Lars Muhl
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interesting attack on the porn industry ... but somewhat empty ...
26 October 2006 | by londonviewerSee all my reviews

It was a bit of a surprise to discover that the majority of the film consists of animated sequences, with just a bit of grainy video footage (the preview I'd read suggested otherwise) ... but after recovering from that shock, I found the film somehow lacking - whilst watching it, I suspended my disbelief, and was quite take by the characters and winced at the violence. But looking back, it all just seems a bit unreal - whereas thinking back to violent non-animated films, I recall them as violent ... this I just recall as being animated !

At the London Film Festival screening, the director was on stage afterwards for an interesting Q&A - where he defended the slow pace of the film, by insisting that he would have liked to make it faster, but the 1.5m dollar budget didn't allow. He also revealed that part of his inspiration for making the film was the work of Japanese photographer Nobuyoshi Araki, whose photos he initially found erotic ... but eventually he considered the women behind the photos, and how they must all be daughters and sisters (an issue he repeatedly brought up). Anders insisted that in Denmark, whilst pornography is openly available, the women involved are regarded as being a sort of underclass - and his film was partly an attempt to expose this hypocrisy. He admitted that they had considered different endings, but the one he chose was the only one that seemed to work !


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