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Sophie

Denmark, 2006 (MIFF 2007, Short & Taboo)

Director: Birgitte Staermose

Sophie

A man and a woman walk down a street in the red light district of Copenhagen. They are happy but soon their conversation takes a strange turn and comes to a head. Is it the surroundings that provoked it or was the conflict already lurking?


D Birgitte Stærmose S Dunja Gry Jensen & Birgitte Stærmose P Lars Bredo Rahbek WS Nimbus Film Productions ApS L Danish w/English subtitles TD video/col/2006/14mins

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