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Blood Sisters

Denmark, 2006 (MIFF 2007)

Director: Louise N.D. Friedberg

Blood Sisters

7-year-old Sidsel is fixated by her best friend, and neighbour, Dea. However, when Caroline moves into the building Sidsel is abandoned, leaving the young girl angry and determined to win back her pal. With extraordinary performances and bold direction Blood Sisters confirms the new Danish cinema is alive and kicking.


D Louise N.D. Friedberg S Rikke de Fine Licht P Lottie Terp Jakobsen & Jesper Morthorst WS Village SRL L Danish w/ English subtitles TD 35mm/col/2006/29mins

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