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Drabet (2005)

Not Rated | | Drama | 26 August 2005 (Denmark)
A college professor abandons his family and his career in order to champion his mistress, a student radical accused of killing a policeman.

Director:

Per Fly

Writers:

Per Fly (screenplay), Kim Leona (screenplay) | 2 more credits »
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10 wins & 14 nominations. See more awards »

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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Jesper Christensen ... Carsten
Pernilla August ... Nina
Beate Bille Beate Bille ... Pil
Charlotte Fich ... Lisbeth
Thomas Voss Thomas Voss ... Tobias
Michael Moritzen Michael Moritzen ... Povl
Vivian Nielsen Vivian Nielsen ... Kriminalassistant
Mads Wille ... Peter (as Mads Michael Wille)
Jan Meyer Jan Meyer ... Dingo
Jesper Hyldegaard Jesper Hyldegaard ... Fængselspræst
Henrik Larsen Henrik Larsen ... Forsvarsadvokat
Mogens Pedersen Mogens Pedersen ... Lisbeths far
Bodil Sangill Bodil Sangill ... Lisbeths mor
Magnus Polar Kjær Magnus Polar Kjær ... Mikkel (as Magnus Kjær)
Melany Denise Melany Denise ... Supporter of Court Case
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Storyline

A college professor abandons his family and his career in order to champion his mistress, a student radical accused of killing a policeman.

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Genres:

Drama

Certificate:

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Trivia

The last part of director Per Fly's "class trilogy", following "Bænken" and "Arven". See more »

Connections

Referenced in Vild med dans: Vals og cha-cha-cha, del 2 (2011) See more »

Soundtracks

This is Goodbye
Written by Tobias Wilner and Kirstine Stubbe Teglbjærg
Performed by Blue Foundation
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Interesting film... somewhat sleep inducing
25 December 2012 | by TedEbareSee all my reviews

Cinematically, Per Fly's film contains all the elements of excellence accompanied by good performances rendered by the cast. Opening sequences signaled that the audience was on board for a good ride, unfortunately the ride ended all too soon. If this was not part of a trilogy I would have walked out after 30 minutes.

Scandinavian films are known for quiet story telling which I usually appreciate, but this is just badly paced. That low hum within the soundtrack must have been the sound of paint drying on what could have been a good picture. One would think that four screenwriters could deliver a compelling story-line, maybe therein lies a problem.

Considering the high quality of Fly's previous entries in the trilogy ("Bænken" & "Arven") he should have stopped at a duo or hired a objective Editor. Twenty minutes less running time may have provided a tightening and focus necessary to hold our attention. At least it would have made for a better paced film which may have found an international audience. Sadly, Drabet misses the mark of excellence by approximately half a kilometer of footage.


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Country:

Denmark | Norway | Sweden | UK

Language:

Danish | Swedish

Release Date:

26 August 2005 (Denmark) See more »

Also Known As:

Manslaughter See more »

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Box Office

Cumulative Worldwide Gross:

$345,235
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Sound Mix:

Dolby Digital

Color:

Color

Aspect Ratio:

1.85 : 1
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