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|Entertainment - Movies|
|Friday, 10 August 2012 01:01|
Despite the small size of the country, Danish cinema has always been one of the cinemas that further progress has been made in the language of film. If Carl Theodor Dreyer was more lucid head of this film until its demise in the sixties, in the nineties Lars von Trier and Thomas Vinterberg with his Dogma 95, created a rough film that was born from the womb. From the mystical to the harsher realism. We also have Susane Bier, increasingly distant from dogma and most beloved by Hollywood. But what else do we offer this country? As an example of this is A Royal Affair, a period drama directed by Nikolaj Arcel and won in the last festival in Berlin, two Silver Bears: best actor (Mikkel Følsgaard Boe) and Best Screenplay. And now just come to us its international trailer, since its U.S. release is scheduled for November 9 this year:
The story, set in the s. XVIII, revolves around a love triangle between King Christian VII (Mikkel Følsgaard Boe), his young wife Caroline Matilda (Alice Vikander) and the actual doctor (Mads Mikkelsen). The queen, her marriage disillusioned by the madness that shakes the king, decides to commit adultery with your doctor camera, and together they initiated a boycott to change the government of the country. We are therefore faced with the thematic primeval period drama: love and politics, sex and betrayal. Not surprisingly, the script obtains a bear of silver, as part of a renowned novel by Danish Bodil Steensen-Leth and is written by the director Nikolaj Arcel and Rasmus Heisterberg for himself by Lars von Trier.
The power of this drama lies also in its elegant setting, the magnificent performance of some players that Denmark is exported to the world. And chief among them Mads Mikkelsen, who has starred in some gems of modern Danish film as I love you forever or After the Wedding, Susanne Bier. In the edition of the Cannes festival this year won the Award for Best Actor for Jagten (Hunting) by Thomas Vinterberg, where he played a professor society beset by a false accusation of pedophilia. The work, which I saw in Cannes, fuses elements of dirty realism of dogma, as the extreme mobility of the camera, with an aesthetic development through the use of artificial lighting and music extradiegética.
It is a moral fable about the archetype of false guilty, the theme so dear to Hitchcock, who is forced to leave the community by their presence raises suspicions. The film captures the viewer because the director takes a universal story that is easy to empathize, but in many cases resort to cliches and telefilm own resources, so that the result is not entirely satisfactory. For this actor, solid face, jaw and piercing eyes geometric, I foresee a near future in Hollywood, where he has already made some excursions into the more mainstream side, then appeared in King Arthur (King Arthur), in The Three Musketeers ( The Three Musketeers) and as a villain in Casino Royal. After the prize in Cannes and arrival halls A Royal Affair, it probably began to be valued by an increasingly global audience.