Suppressed feelings and fears re-surface as a middle-aged couple goes on a road trip through the country. As they arrive at their final destination they face the blank ocean and realize ...
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As winter approaches in rural 1850s Denmark, an old farmer (Jens) and his family face starvation. With the harsh circumstances and the prospect of yet another tough winter, Jens agrees to ... See full summary »
April 1940. Norway has been invaded by Germany and the royal family and government have fled into the interior. The German envoy to Norway tries to negotiate a peace. Ultimately, the decision on Norway's future will rest with the King.
Anders Baasmo Christiansen,
Two actresses in their forties, meet at a casting. Since they are both struggling to get jobs they decide to team up and make their own thing. But it's uphill, and they're certainly over ... See full summary »
Nama, a teenager from Mali, has crossed desert and sea for his freedom. When Nama is injured in a fight, an old man named Willi lets him move into the house that he used to share with his ... See full summary »
Suppressed feelings and fears re-surface as a middle-aged couple goes on a road trip through the country. As they arrive at their final destination they face the blank ocean and realize that they have completely lost their grip on life.Written by
The role of Him, the film's male lead, was written specifically with actor Jesper Christensen in mind and once approached about the project he expressed interest in doing the film. Due to his busy, international schedule he later had to back out. Producer-director Anders Helde had tried to cast Stig Hoffmeyer in 'KIRKEN' in 2006, the director's last film before 'NEXUS' but back then Stig Hoffmeyer was unable to take on the role due to a busy schedule. Fortunately, Stig Hoffmeyer was able to take on the role of Him in 'NEXUS' and 2 months after principal photography ended, Jesper Christensen got to be in the movie after all when he came in and did the narration of The Hia Sun Legend. See more »
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