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Akasia (Paprika Steen) believes in alternative treatment. She ends up at a mental institution, because a patient is making a lawsuit. She makes a few patients there getting better, but her... See more »

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Acacia
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Dr. Bergstrøm
Mia Lyhne ...
Anette
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Frank
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Michael
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Omar
Simon Jul Jørgensen ...
Hasse (as Simon Jul)
Vigga Bro ...
Dommer
Jens Andersen ...
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Forsvarer
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Klient
Jesper Asholt ...
Dr. Selmer
Anders Petersen ...
Frederik
Maria Vidya Christensen ...
Sekretær
Katrine Weigelt Nielsen ...
Sygeplejerske
Bente Skipper ...
Personale
Mads Jarl Koefoed ...
Personale
Sarahsita Lassen ...
Anæstesilæge
Michael Kronborg Madsen ...
Personale
Maiken P. Rais ...
Patient
Joachim Knudsen ...
Patient
Mads Mazanti ...
Patient
Cecilie Kallesøe ...
Patient
Rasmus Kabelka ...
Patient

Directed by

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Morten Boesdal Halvorsen

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Morten Boesdal Halvorsen ... ()
 
Flemming Klem ... ()
 
Ine Urheim ... ()

Produced by

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Signe Emilie Bjørke ... assistant producer
Mia Marie Borup ... producer
Jacob Clemmensen ... post producer
Ronnie Fridthjof ... producer
Elisabeth Victoria Poulsen ... producer

Music by

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Nicklas Schmidt

Cinematography by

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Jesper Tøffner

Film Editing by

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Martin Wehding

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Tina Hedegaard ... assistant post-production supervisor
Daði Jónsson ... color correction assistant
Allan Funch Petersen ... assistant editor
Tino Zidore ... technical support: post-production

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Sabine Hviid ... consultant production designer

Costume Design by

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Rikke Wackerhausen

Makeup Department

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Jill Arnfjord ... key makeup artist
Line Bille ... makeup artist

Production Management

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Simone Jørgensen ... production manager

Second Unit Director or Assistant Director

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Henrik Danielsen ... first assistant director

Art Department

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Jakob Holm ... props: prep
Sabine Hviid ... consultant production designer
Anna Juul ... props
Anders Jönsson ... property master
Stella Gelardi Malfilâtre ... assistant property master

Sound Department

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Kim Dalum ... dialogue editor
Jacob Davidsen ... sound editor
Rune Kristiansen ... sound

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Thomas Biering ... digital compositor
Mads Hagbarth Damsbo ... digital compositor (as Mads Hagbarth Lund)
Asger Peder Mortensen ... visual effects artist
Bo Scheurer ... visual effects supervisor
Signe Vinther ... visual effects coordinator

Camera and Electrical Department

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Kristoffer Engholm Aabo ... second assistant camera
Casper Bülow ... lighting technician
Lars Krogsgaard ... assistant camera
Morten Larsen ... digital image technician
Dannie Rasmusson ... digital image technician
Jesper Westh ... key lighting technician

Costume and Wardrobe Department

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Malene Karenkewitsch ... costumer

Other crew

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Signe Emilie Bjørke ... assistant producer
Emilie Bredtved Hansen ... producer assistant: post production
Anne Hedegaard ... production manager
Mette Drisgaard Jørgensen ... production assistant
Liv Lind ... runner
Sofie Zolon Nielsen ... runner

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Plot Summary

Akasia (Paprika Steen) believes in alternative treatment. She ends up at a mental institution, because a patient is making a lawsuit. She makes a few patients there getting better, but her world collapses when a patient returns, and tells everybody that her "heaven" does not exists. Now she is fighting the system to return to a normal life. Written by Jens Christian Pedersen

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  • Kolbøttefabrikken (Denmark)
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  • 77 min
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Budget DKK6,000,000 (estimated)

Did You Know?

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Trivia Omar's new name Ovartaci is the "real" name of Danish mental patient and artist Louis Marcussen who was commited to a mental institution in Århus from 1929 to his death in 1985. See more »

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