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Himlen falder (2009)

Troubled Sara was placed in care very young, now being 28 she gets to know by her care mother that her mother has died. Going to the funeral she realizes her brother doesn't recognize her, and that she has two younger sisters.

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Manyar I. Parwani
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Cast

Cast overview:
Mille Lehfeldt ... Sara
Marcus Christensen ... Danni (as Marcus Nicolas Christensen)
Dick Kaysø Dick Kaysø ... Kjeld
Clara Bruun Sandbye Clara Bruun Sandbye ... Sanne
Kathinka Meyer-Johansen Kathinka Meyer-Johansen ... Sofie
Kirsten Olesen ... Else
Kristian Halken Kristian Halken ... Mogensen
Martin Spang Olsen Martin Spang Olsen ... Jimmy
Mads Rømer Mads Rømer ... Rune
Sarah Boberg ... Susanne
Martin Hylander Brucker Martin Hylander Brucker ... Mads
Olivia Holden Olivia Holden ... Sara 8 år
Oliver Honoré Oliver Honoré ... Danni 11 år
Gustav Neesgård Nielsen Gustav Neesgård Nielsen ... Sascha
Michael Grønnemose Michael Grønnemose ... Kenneth
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Sara was placed in care aged 11. Now 28 she hears her mother has died. She goes to the funeral and realises her brother and father don't recognise her so keeps quiet about her identity. When watching her father's house, she finds out she has two younger sisters, and realises that what's going on connects to her childhood... Written by Anonymous

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Drama

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Country:

Denmark

Language:

Danish

Release Date:

30 January 2009 (Denmark) See more »

Also Known As:

When Heaven Falls See more »

Filming Locations:

Fåborg, Fyn, Denmark

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Budget:

DKK 9,000,000 (estimated)
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Sound Mix:

Dolby SR

Color:

Color

Aspect Ratio:

2.35 : 1
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Referenced in Vild med dans: Vals og cha-cha-cha, del 2 (2011) See more »

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Powerful drama
18 September 2010 | by svilena-dimitrovaSee all my reviews

Frankly, I find some of the reviews of this movie astounding - bad reviews given based on the fact that the film is too disturbing?? Well, the reality of the matter is that some very very disturbing things do happen in life. There are people who choose to do some very evil things to others, for one reason or another. Shutting your eyes to such situations does not make them go away.

I have to admit that had I not seen some people do great evil and managed to come to terms with it after a long time of being very upset, I would not have managed to watch through this movie. It is indeed profoundly disturbing to watch for someone who has not witnessed people do some truly evil things intentionally. However, for those who have, this movie makes a lot of sense, and I personally found the ending very rewarding.

10/10 and highly recommended. But definitely not one to watch unless you are prepared to put in some serious thoughts into why evil exists in this world. So if its existence disturbs you - stay away.


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