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Las películas danesas pisan fuerte tras un débil 2016

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- En inglés: Cuatro de los cinco estrenos nacionales han vendido cada uno más de 170.000 entradas, y Three for One de Rasmus Heide ha superado las 300.000

Las películas danesas pisan fuerte tras un débil 2016
Three for One by Rasmus Heide

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Danish films are back on track after ticket sales for local fare dropped by 2.8 million in 2016 – 33.3% down on the previous year – and the market share plummeted from 30% to 21%. Four out of five 2017 releases have exceeded 170,000 tickets, and last month, Danish titles controlled 35.6% of the market, as against 15% last year. 

Like the first two films in his series about three petty criminals (All for One [+lee también:
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and All for Two [+lee también:
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), Danish director Rasmus Heide’sThree Heists and a Hamster [+lee también:
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has exceeded 300,000 admissions (301,175), to take second place in the charts after US director James Foley’s Fifty Shades Darker. Another three local features are on the list of the top six films: Ole Bornedal’s Small Town Killers [+lee también:
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(254,993 admissions) Martin Miehe-Renard’s Father of Four – At the Top (210,139) and Fenar Ahmad’s Darkland [+lee también:
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(174,331).

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“Danish cinema has had a convincing start to the year, and Three Heists and a Hamster has fully met our expectations by being the Danish market leader,” said Frederik Honoré, managing director of Nordisk Film Distribution, which released the Ronnie Fridthjof and Mille Bjørke production for Fridthjof Film.

“However, 2017 looks alarmingly close to 2016 – the disaster year,” said Kim Pedersen, chairman of the Danish Cinema Association. “The first piece of bad news was that the filming of Journal 64, the fourth instalment in the Jussi Adler-Olsen franchise, has been postponed until 2018. I wasn’t heartened, either, when it was announced that The Way to Mandalay [+lee también:
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, Ole Bornedal’s biopic of legendary Danish musician John Mogensen, has also been delayed till next year. Considering that the ‘late 2017’ premiere date for the next film in Obel Film’s My Sister’s Children [+lee también:
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series, Peter Gornstein’s My Sister’s Children and the Robot, is still not set in stone, there is not much to boast about. It is only three movies, but still, Danish films have just lost about 1.5 million admissions,” Pedersen concluded.

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