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Oscar Dyekjær Giese,
Lene Maria Christensen
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Henrik Noël Olesen,
Harald Kaiser Hermann
Covers the most memorable moments of the championships and is quite funny. It was a thrill to watch. The European Championships of '92 is still one of the most memorable tournaments of the Danish national team. Didn't really expect much from the movie, as I felt I knew the story already, but I learned a thing or too about some of the players, anyway. Also the actors act very similar to the real persons as far I as I remember them correctly. Especially Ulrich Thomsen, playing Richard Møller Nielsen, who unfortunately was never given enough credit for this fantastic performance. The scenes were never too long and I ended up almost thinking that it was the real tournament and real players that I was watching.
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