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MINOR MISHAPS

by Annette K. Olesen

synopsis

When a man's wife dies in an accident, his children return home to deal with the tragedy together. John, the deceased's widower, is something of a joker; an old charmer who allowed his wife to spoil him for 46 long years and who never really had to take on responsibility for his family. Eva, the oldest daughter, has been living way out in the sticks for years.

international title: MINOR MISHAPS
original title: SMÅ ULYKKER
country: Denmark, Sweden
year: 2002
genre: fiction
directed by: Annette K. Olesen
film run: 109'
release date: DK 15/02/2002, NO 06/09/2002, SE 25/10/2002, AU 18/07/2003
screenplay: Kim Fupz Aakeson
cast: Jørgen Kiil, Maria Rich, Henrik Prip, Jesper Christensen, Jannie Faurschou, Vigga Bro
cinematography by: Morten Søborg
film editing: Nicolaj Monberg
music: Jeppe Kaas
producer: Ib Tardini
production: Zentropa Entertainments
backing: DFI (Danish Film Institute) + New Danish Screen
distributor: Nordisk Film Distribution, Golem (ES)
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