|Starring:||Sofie Grabol, Soren Pilmark, Michael Birkkjær|
|Genres:||Drama, World Cinema - Russian|
|Run time:||1 hour 41 minutes|
|Rental release:||05 Dec 2011|
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heart wrenchingBy a customer from west midlands , 26 Jan 2012
[Highly rated reviewer]I ordered this movie after watching The Killing on TV & other Danish films. It is beautifully done & acted but so very depressing typical of the country & films from Bergman
Depressing But HonestBy a customer , 12 Jan 2013Beautiful film, with the fabulous Sofie Grabol... nice to see her in something a little emotional other than her alter ego 'Sarah Lund' and she wears a skirt! 'Aftermath' delves into the lives of a couple dealing with losing a child, in this case there 12 year old daughter Louise. It shows the breakdown of the dad 'Michael Birkkjær' (Yes Ulrik Strange in The Killing II') and Britt who tries to return to work as a Social Worker... A film well made with a great cast including others from 'The Killing' it's a game of spot the Danish actors! :p
Danish MiseryBy a customer , 08 Oct 2012I rented this on account of the all those excellent Scandinavian dramas I've been watching of late. The cast is excellent, but it's a bit like getting drunk on your own. You do it sometimes, but it's never fun, and on this occasion all the depression nearly depressed me.
Excellent filmBy fortean (14 reviews) from Norwich , 21 Jul 2012We were not sure what to expect but was blown away by the excellent acting and script!. Plenty of humor and a good pace. It never gets sentimental and keeps you interested. Never boring.
Following the emotional journey of a couple who has lost their only child in a traffic accident (which you never actually see). They struggle to express their build up feelings and the situation soon escalates and takes a sinister turn.
Can't recommend it enough. A must see!
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heart wrenchingBy a customer from west midlands , 26 Jan 2012I ordered this movie after watching The Killing on TV & other Danish films. It is beautifully done & acted but so very depressing typical of the country & films from Bergman
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