Submarino

Directed by Thomas Vinterberg On Thursday , September 27

2010 -Danemark - Fiction - 111' min - With English subtitles
With Jakob Cedergren, Peter Plaugborg, Gustav Fischer Kjærulff, Morten Rose

Scenario:
Jonas T. Bengtsson,Tobias Lindholm and Thomas Vinterberg
Cinematography:
Charlotte Bruus Christensen
Music:
Kristian Eidnes Andersen
Editing:
Andri Steinn,Valdís Óskarsdóttir
Produced by :
Morten Kaufmann
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Synopsis

A story about two estranged brothers, marked by a childhood of gloom. They were separated from each other at a young age by a tragedy that split their entire family. Today, Nick’s life is drenched in alcohol and plagued by violence, while his kid brother, a solo-parent, struggles as a junkie to give his son a better life. Their paths cross, making a confrontation inevitable, but is redemption possible?

Director's biography

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Born in 1969, Denmark. Graduate of the National Film School of Denmark, 1993. Vinterberg was, together with Lars von Trier, Søren Kragh-Jacobsen and Kristian Levring, one of the four original Dogme brothers. His international breakthrough, “The Celebration” (1998), won the Jury Award in Cannes, while his English-language films “It’s All About Love” (2003) and “Dear Wendy” (2005), were selected for Sundance. In 2010, “Submarino” was selected for Berlin’s main competition and won the Nordic Council Film Prize. Selected for Cannes’ Competition in 2012, “The Hunt” won the Best Actor Award (Mads Mikkelsen), the Ecumenical Jury award, and the Prix Vulcain, for technical achievement.

Festivals and Awards

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2010 Nordic Council Film Prize,

Official Competition , 2010 Berlin Film Festival

 

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