Shattered is based on true events about family betrayal, love lost, and a dark destructive secret that swirls around a high powered political family in the Deep South. Kate Stenson (Molly ... See full summary »
A film about peer pressure and taking responsibility for one's own life. The story revolves around Sara, Mikkel, Hassan and Louise, four teenagers, who are searching for their own identity ... See full summary »
Julie Brochorst Andersen,
Frederik Christian Johansen,
Nick is haunted by night terrors stemming from a tragic murder he saw when he was young. After inheriting an old toy shop, he discovers a cursed elf doll sealed inside an ancient chest with... See full summary »
Norge, 22, is your typical slacker kid. He aimlessly wanders suburban blocks with a beer, a joint, and his only friend Myre. The two kids dream of moving to the big city and starting a ... See full summary »
Kasper Rune Larsen
Frederikke Dahl Hansen,
Jonas Lindegaard Jacobsen,
Louise's mother, Susan was in prison and that's why she lives with her gran. But now her mum has been released. She thinks her mum is just great. Seen through the eyes of this teenager, ... See full summary »
Heidi Maria Faisst
Frederikke Dahl Hansen,
Anne Sofie Espersen,
In one single hot summer day an ancient Danish myth changes the life of three women. An art house thriller set in the dramatic landscape of an island of chalk about lost friendship and the need of spirituality to cope with grief.
Kristian Sejrbo Lidegaard
Emma Sehested Høeg,
After her mother's suicide, a young woman moves to New York to start afresh. After a rocky start with her new and troubled roommate, the two slowly forge a friendship, finding solace in ... See full summary »
Naomi McDougall Jones,
Yet another coming of age movie. Young teens Laura and Christine have been friends forever, but new girl Maria is wild and the curious Laura ditches her old friend to explore new territory. Drinking, partying, sex, parental tension... it's nothing new but it is surprisingly well done.
Beautifully shot, it really captures the sensitivity of being that age and the confusion and melancholy that come with it. Julie Brochorst Andersen is excellent and I expect she'll have a great career.
The only complaint is the copy I viewed had atrocious English subtitles. Otherwise, I'm a bit surprised this hasn't found international distribution.
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