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THE SUNFISH

by Søren Balle

synopsis

The Sunfish is a humorous character-driven drama that portrays the life of Kesse, a third generation fisherman living in the small and windblown town of Hirtshals, in Northern Jutland. As a result of new fishery policies and the global financial recession, the smaller fishermen are slowly succumbing to the pressure of competing with larger fishing enterprises. Kesse is struggling to survive, desperately holding on to the only way of life he knows. But desperate times require desperate measures and so, due to increasing financial pressure, Kesse is forced to find more notorious and alternative ways of making ends meet. This in turn, leads him to meet his polar opposite, the female marine biologist Gerd.

international title: The Sunfish
original title: Klumpfisken
country: Denmark
year: 2014
genre: fiction
directed by: Søren Balle
release date: DK 6/02/2014
screenplay: Søren Balle, Lærke Sanderhoff
cast: Henrik Birch, Susanne Storm, Lars Topp Thomsen, Jacob Hauberg Lohmann, Mikkel Vadsholt
cinematography by: Martin Munch
film editing: Peter Winther
music: Flemming Nordkrog
producer: Claudia Siesbye
production: Film Maker
distributor: Kulturprojektor - Agentur & Verleih

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main awards/selection

Danish Bodil Awards 2015Best actor, Best supporting actress
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