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REVIEW: Så Længe Jeg Lever (2018)

The following is a review of Så Længe Jeg Lever — Directed by Ole Bornedal.

Ole Bornedal’s Så Længe Jeg Lever is a Danish biographical film about John Mogensen (played by Rasmus Bjerg), a Danish musician whose immensely popular songs turned him into somewhat of a cult figure in his native country. 594 more words


Krigen: an unwinnable war

This sombre, typically Scandinavian drama explores the reality of modern conflict from an intensely personal perspective. It starts as a ‘war is hell’ movie and ends as a courtroom drama, debating the moral dimension of military action. 217 more words

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[Film Review] Day of Wrath (1943)

English Title: Day of Wrath
Original Title: Vredens dag
Year: 1943
Country: Denmark
Language: Danish
Genre: Drama, History
Director: Carl Theodor Dreyer
Carl Theodor Dreyer… 570 more words

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A film by Janus Metz

Cast: Sverrir Gudnason, Shia LaBeouf, Stellan Skarsgård

The story in 1980 rivalry between Borg and McEnroe. McEnroe the rebellious bad boy of tennis and Borg the god of tennis. 366 more words



A film by Tarik Saleh

Cast: Fares Fares, Mari Malek, Yasser Ali Maher

Two days before the  Egyptian Revolution, this thriller features a police officer who investigates the murder of a woman who is a popular singer but turn out she is also a call girl. 217 more words


The Hunt (Denmark, 2012)

Directed by: Thomas Vinterberg. Mads is definitely one of my favourites (isn’t he everyone’s favourite? so handsome!), but I resisted this for a long time because I didn’t know anything about it, and I thought it might be a devastating, European angst, Haneke/Von Trier type thing. 386 more words

Personal review on the Danish film, The Commune

I was already prepared for the somewhat shocking perspective of how Nordic people view nudity and sex. After all, one can find porno at gas stations in Sweden and Denmark. 418 more words

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