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Ordet (English: The Word) is a 1955 Danish drama film, directed by Carl Theodor Dreyer. It is based on a play by Kaj Munk, a Danish pastor, first performed in 1932. The film was the winner of the Golden Lion at the 1955 Venice Film Festival, it was the only film by Dreyer that was both a critical and financial success. The film centers around the family of Morten Borgen, who is a prominent member of the community and patron of the local parish church. In addition to the devout Morten, the father, there are his three sons: Mikkel, the eldest, who has no faith; Johannes, who has lost his mind after studying Søren Kierkegaard, believes himself to be Jesus Christ, and the third and youngest son, Anders, who wants to marry the daughter of Peter (Ejner Federspiel), a tailor who refuses the marriage because of Anders' (Cay Kristiansen) religious beliefs. Morten (Henrik Malberg) considers his religion (the Church of Denmark) to be about "life" and accuses Peter's faith (the 'Inner Mission')...
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