Danish thesp Pilou Asbaek (“A Hijacking”) and Swedish actor David Dencik (“Tinker, Tailor, Soldier, Spy”) have joined the cast of Mikkel Norgaard’s dark-edged crimer “The Absent One,” the sequel to…
Nikolaj Lie Kaas
A slickly made though utterly predictable Danish suspenser from director Mikkel Norgaard.
Swedish thesp Fares Fares has been added to the cast of helmer Mikkel Norgaard's thriller "The Keeper of Lost Causes," an adaptation of Jussi Adler-Olsen's bestseller.
An obsessive, destructive love transforms a caring husband into a bloodthirsty "Beast" in this perversely fascinating psychodrama from Danish helmer Christoffer Boe ("Reconstruction").
A tense, focused piece of storytelling with a powerful sense of empathy.
Science and religion collide, and eventually reach a state of peaceful coexistence, in "Demons."
A distinctly Russian cocktail of high drama and low comedy in which a nuclear plant worker mistakenly depends on an inept low-life to sell some purloined plutonium, pic is a U.S.-funded, Euro-shot…
A funny, politically incorrect and, somewhere deep down, thoughtful black comedy, "Adam's Apples" is the third and final film in helmer-writer Anders Thomas Jensen's excellent trilogy centered on…
A macabre comedy with strong echoes of "Sweeney Todd," "The Green Butchers" will be either a turn-on or turn-off, depending on one's sense of humor. This second outing as director by screenwriter…
In "Reconstruction," a Danish photographer doesn't know whether he's coming or going after a possibly pre-ordained chance encounter with a Swedish woman. Valiant attempt to innovate in the well-trod…
A prequel to the hit "In China They Eat Dogs," which ended with most of the characters being gunned down, "Old Men in New Cars aka In China They Eat Dogs II" goes over the top in every way possible…
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