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The Day We Died (2020)

Krudttønden (original title)
Film about the events surrounding the terrorist attacks in Copenhagen on February 14th and 15th 2015.
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Nikolaj Coster-Waldau ... Rico
Jakob Oftebro ... Jan
Sonja Richter ... Janne
Lars Brygmann ... Finn Nørgaard
Nicolaj Kopernikus ... Ole
Inge Lise Goltermann ... Passer-by at the Synagogue
Henrik Birch ... Sagsbehandler
Martin Greis-Rosenthal ... Martin Thott Jørgensen
Anders Brink Madsen ... Indsat, Finns dokumentar
Henrik Vestergaard ... Fængselsbetjent
Marie Louise Wille Marie Louise Wille ... Sagsbehandler
Nadia Nouamani ... Jaleh Tavakoli
Stig Hoffmeyer Stig Hoffmeyer ... Dans far
Albert Arthur Amiryan ... Omar
Bo Carlsson ... Francois zimeray
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In an icy cold Europe, people are slowly moving on after the shocking terrorist attack on Charlie Hebdo. In Copenhagen, the newly released criminal Omar has his agenda. Meanwhile, filmmaker Finn, Jewish watchman Dan and the worn-out action force officer Rico live their various everyday lives unaware of their common destiny. They are all affected by a rapidly changing world while trying to make sense of their own. All too late they realize that life changes in an instant, fast and merciless, leaving only one of them left to tell the story about the tragic attack that forever changed the country.

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Director Ole Christian Madsen and screenwriter Lars Kristian Andersen were both personal acquaintances of Finn Nørgaard who was one of the victims of the tragedy. The three of them worked together on Kun for forrykte: Eik Skaløe og Steppeulvene (1988). See more »

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A smaller detail, but it kind of sums up the mediumrate...
20 July 2020 | by tgus-47433See all my reviews

I live in the same hood as the center of this story is placed; the smaller café and aventplace "Krudttønden". When the terroract occured it was some strange 24 hours or so, where police was everywhere, parts of the city was closedown and people where scared... "What will be the next thing happening...?" So making a movie of this day and the hunt for the terrorrist as the maintorque, seems natural and inevitably. Storyline and the focus on certain main caracters involved in what happened is quite allright, and especially the last mentioned gives the movie some kind of originality. I like the focus on the terrorist and his personal story, cause that aspect of the story seems important for us all to understand his reasons for doing what he does. But the focus on the 3 people who dies and their deeds this day and morning and the way their acts are heroized, maybe seems a little bit to much in my opinion. A smaller detail, but quite incomprehensible that no-one, not director, editor or anyone at the "set" have thought of this: A couple of times you see a busline "5C" driving through the streets. It has a characteristic look with light blue colours. This particular busline, was first created about 2 years and 2 months after the terroract occured. I just can't understand how this can be ignored when making the film. It seems rather amateurish.


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Denmark

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Danish

Release Date:

5 March 2020 (Denmark) See more »

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The Day We Died See more »

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Copenhagen, Denmark See more »

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