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Country Focus: Denmark

The Top Five films on the Danish charts are – Danish

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The Top Five films on the Danish charts are – Danish

- For the first time five Danish features have taken the top five positions on the local charts, to contribute to a Danish market share of 30.2% in 2013 – so far (against 29% in 2012, 27% in 2011). And there are still three potential bestsellers on the release schedule: Nils MalmrosSorrow and Joy [+see also:
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, Anne-Grethe Bjarup RiisTarok and Lars von Trier’s Nymphomaniac [+see also:
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So far untouchable, Thomas Vinterberg’s The Hunt [+see also:
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leads the listing with 672,512 admissions. Launched in competition in Cannes to collect three awards, including Best Actor for Mads Mikkelsen, it garnered Vinterberg and Tobias Lindholm a European Film Award for the script, and is now Denmark’s submission for the Oscar nomination as Best Foreign-Language Feature.

According to Danish film magazine, Ekko, 414,662 (of the 2,989,009) tickets sold for domestic titles so far this year were accounted for by Martin Miehe-Renard’s My African Adventure [+see also:
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(part of the My Sister’s Children franchise), while Rasmus Heide’s All for Two [+see also:
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– the sequel of All for One – registered 392,118.

After only 11 days in the theatres Mikkel Nørgaard’s The Keeper of Lost Causes [+see also:
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(photo) – the first adaption of four from Danish author Jussi Adler-Olsen’s thrillers about deputy detective superintendent Carl Mørck and Department Q for "cases of special focus" – comes in fourth from 329,521 admissions, while Christoffer Boe’s Sex, Drugs & Taxation [+see also:
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, also still running, has taken 314,125.

 

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