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Above the Street Below the Water [DVD]
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Ask is married to Anne, and they have everything you could ever want. Good careers, lovely children, an apartment in a fashionable area of Denmark, and each other. Everything appears to be just as it should be in a modern family faced with juggling work schedules, child rearing, and not least of all love. But one morning, Anne learns that Ask wants to take a break. Why? Is he seeing another woman? It's a choice that affects everybody around them. Above the Street Below the Water is a film about the adult generation of today. A generation for whom everything is possible and only the imagination sets the limits for what you can desire. But all choices have consequences ...
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Many familiar faces from recent Danish series seen on BBC4 appear in this film including Nicolas Bro (Thomas Buch - The Killing - Series 2 [DVD]), Anders W. Berthelsen (Robert Zeuthen - The Killing - Series 3 [DVD]), Rykke Lylloff (Lotte - Borgen II), Ellen Hillingsø (Charlotte Söringer - The Bridge - BBC Series 1 [DVD]). In Borgen Sidse's character Birgitte has two children, one of them Magnus is played by Emil Poulsen Dam. Young Emil pops up in this film as Anne's son Anton. It's likely that his appearance in this led him to playing Sidse's next character's son as well.
Directed by Charlotte Sieling who has directed episodes of all three of the above series and ...Read more ›
Sidse Babett Knudsen is of course wonderful, and acts the pants off everyone else, but she alone isn't worth the price of the ticket. I thought I'd willingly pay good money to watch her changing a tap washer, but after this yawn-fest, maybe not. You can while away the time trying to identify the rest of the cast ("look, it's that blond kid again!"), deciphering the subtitles (often displayed in white on bright backgrounds) and enjoying the autumnal street scenes (rather more colourful than they are in 'The Bridge') but the 86 minutes will still seem like a lifetime.
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I love Danish TV dramas like Borgen, so I thought I'd give this a try. There aren't many actors in Denmark, so if you've seen the popular TV shows, you'll recognize most of the... Read morePublished 2 months ago by Mel R. Scurbica
I liked this film but felt it stopped before the end.....story lines left unfinished.Published 6 months ago by Ivernia2
A good film. It was good to see Sidse Babett Knudsen in a different role to Borgen.Published 7 months ago by EDH
Excellent service, Good item at a reasonable price, very quickly deliveredPublished 11 months ago by P. Bray
I enjoyed this. I've just finished watching it. From the reviews, I expected Scandinavian angst. In fact, it's a comedy. Read morePublished 12 months ago by A Reader
Nordic Noir wins through every time. Thoroughly enjoyed this movie.Published 12 months ago by George Best