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by Michael Noer


Lily (76) is sure there’s nothing wrong with her. The only reason she lives in a care home is because of her husband Max's illness: a series of strokes has reduced him to a vegetable. The fact that Lily isn’t exactly the way she used to be becomes slowly clear in the Danish drama Key House Mirror - the title refers to a memory test.
It’s not easy for Lily to leave her old habits behind her and fit in with the rules of the home. Her life blossoms when she meets an 80-year-old Swedish neighbour, a charming man who gives her the attention she has long missed. Lily’s daughter, however, is not so happy with the budding romance.

international title: Key House Mirror
original title: Nøgle hus spejl
country: Denmark
sales agent: TrustNordisk
year: 2015
genre: fiction
directed by: Michael Noer
film run: 90'
release date: FR 17/02/2016
screenplay: Anders Frithiof August, Michael Noer
cast: Ghita Nørby, Sven Wollter
cinematography by: Magnus Nordenhof Jønck
film editing: Adam Nielsen
art director: Rie Lykke Johannesen
music: Rasmus Winther Jensen, Kasper Janus Rasmussen
producer: Tomas Radoor
production: Nordisk Film Production A/S
distributor: ASC Distribution

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