Michael Graversen discovers that he's been raised upon 100.000 tons of chemical waste. He then returns to his hometown Grindsted to prevent that the chemical waste destroys large areas of ... See full summary »

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Michael Graversen

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Michael Graversen (screenplay)

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Michael Graversen discovers that he's been raised upon 100.000 tons of chemical waste. He then returns to his hometown Grindsted to prevent that the chemical waste destroys large areas of groundwater. But many people in the local public doesn't think there's a problem. Michaels mission takes him as far as the danish minister of environment. Written by Anonymous

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Documentary | Short

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Denmark

Language:

Danish

Release Date:

14 November 2006 (Denmark) See more »

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DKK 75,000 (estimated)
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Klassefilm See more »
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Color (HDCAM)
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The movie is a result of The Danish Film Instituts talent-development competition: 'Boost the Dox' from 2005/2006. A search for young Danish documentary directors under 30 with a strong social voice. 100 applicants sliced down to five political documentaries. See more »

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