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LOST AND FOUND

by Jacob Grønlykke

synopsis

Elias is at a toy fair in Paris. His wife Ingrid and his entire family are waiting for him to come home. They have organized a surprise party for his 60th birthday. Unaware of their plans, Elias decides to stay in Paris and celebrate his birthday on his own. This decision triggers an avalanche of events that brings family conflicts into the open, but is also a cause of reconciliation.

international title: Lost and Found
original title: Opbrud
country: Denmark
sales agent: Nordisk Film International Sales
year: 2004
genre: fiction
directed by: Jacob Grønlykke
film run: 84'
release date: DK 21/04/2005
screenplay: Jacob Grønlykke, Mogens Rukow
cast: Jens Okking, Birthe Neumann, Kim Bodnia, Sonja Richter
cinematography by: Nicolai Brüel
film editing: Kasper Leick
art director: Ivar Baungaard, Thomas Karlsen
costumes designer: Soile Ludjoi
music: Poul Ruders
producer: Hernán Musaluppi, Malene Blenkov
production: Blenkov & Schønnemann Pictures, DR TV Danish Broadcasting Corporation
backing: DFI (Danish Film Institute) + New Danish Screen
distributor: Nordisk Film Distribution
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