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Michael Cole 2 years ago
Good drama, well told story
Bey Deckard 3 years ago
Poignant and unexpected.
Johnny Vietnam over 6 years ago
One of the best scandinavian films I've ever watched. Full of emotions, great actors.
Dan over 3 years ago
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Lara Pastelle 7 years ago
After the Wedding (Danish: Efter brylluppet) is a 2006 Danish drama directed by Susanne Bier, starring Mads Mikkelsen and Sidse Babett Knudsen. The film was a critical and popular success and was nominated for the Academy Award for Best Foreign Language Film, but lost out to The Lives of Others. In 2009 it was announced that an English language remake would be filmed. The remake is scheduled to be directed by Michael Caton-Jones and starring Tom Wilkinson and Camilla Belle. Jacob Petersen manages an Indian orphanage. With a small staff, he works as hard as he can to keep the orphanage afloat, and is personally invested in the young charges - in particular, Pramod, a young boy Jacob has cared for since the boy's birth. The orphanage has been in danger of collapse for eight years and now faces bankruptcy. A Danish corporation offers a substantial donation to maintain the orphanage, with the caveat that Jacob return to Denmark (where he grew up) to personally receive the funds....
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