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THE MARCO EFFECT

by Martin Zandvliet

synopsis

When 14-year-old Marco, a homeless gipsy boy, is arrested at the Danish border control for possession of a missing public servant's passport, police inspector Carl Mørck and his Department Q team are tasked with finding the connection. The old case contains several suspicious elements: The public servant was accused of pedophilia shortly before he disappeared, and his case was closed unusually quickly. But the silent, traumatized Marco refuses to talk to them and it's not long before he's on the run from those who intend to kill him because of what he knows.

international title: The Marco Effect
original title: Marco effekten
country: Denmark, Germany
year: 2021
genre: fiction
directed by: Martin Zandvliet
film run: 125'
screenplay: Anders Frithiof August, Thomas Porsager, Martin Zandvliet, Jussi Adler-Olsen, Anders Thomas Jensen
cast: Ulrich Thomsen, Zaki Youssef, Sofie Torp, Anders Matthesen, Luboš Oláh, Henrik Noel Olesen, Thomas Waern Gabrielsson, Lisa Carlehed, Caspar Phillipson, Louise Gammelgaard
cinematography by: Aske Alexander Foss
film editing: Per Sandholt
art director: Gitte Malling
costumes designer: Susie Bjørnvad
music: Sune Martin
producer: Mikael Christian Rieks
co-producer: Peter Nadermann, Doris Schrenner, Wolfgang Feindt
executive producer: Henrik Zein
line producer: Sandra Foss
production: Nordisk Film Production A/S, Zweites Deutsches Fernsehen (ZDF), Nadcon Film GmbH
distributor: Nordisk Film Distribution
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