Le deuxième long-métrage de Martin Skovbjerg, Copenhagen Does Not Exist, entre en tournage
- Ce nouveau drame psychologique danois, qui arrive sur les talons du film précédent de Skovbjerg, Sticks and Stones, réunit Angela Bundalovic et Jonas Holst Schmidt dans les rôles principaux
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Martin Skovbjerg's sophomore feature, Copenhagen Does Not Exist, has entered production. Skovbjerg made his debut with Sticks and Stones [+lire aussi :
fiche film], which premiered at the London Film Festival in 2018, and he also gained popularity in Denmark thanks to his two youth-orientated series Anton90 and Fastland.
His new endeavour is based on Terje Holtet's novel Sander and was penned by Eskil Vogt. Copenhagen Does Not Exist follows a young couple, Ida and Sander, played by Angela Bundalovic and Jonas Holst Schmidt. The story begins when Ida disappears suddenly, and Sander agrees to be interrogated by her father and brother in an abandoned flat in Copenhagen. It turns out that Ida had left her family to live a secluded life with Sander in total isolation from society – in the middle of the city. However, Sander might not be telling the whole truth. Other confirmed cast members include Zlatko Burić, Christopher Læssø and Vilmer Trier Brøgger.
Copenhagen Does Not Exist is being produced by Eva Jakobsen, Katrin Pors and Mikkel Jersin for Denmark’s Snowglobe. The film also received support from the Danish Film Institute, the Norwegian Film Institute, the Swedish Film Institute, the Nordisk Film & TV Fond and Eurimages. It will be released in 2022.
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