feature film debut "Reconstruction" has been chosen to participate at the
42nd International Critics' Week, an independent programme at the Cannes
International Film Festival (14-25 May).
A graduate of the National Film School of Denmark, Christoffer Boe
received the Critics' Award at the Film School Festival in Poitiers for
his film "Anxiety". This qualified it to screen at the International
Critics' Week in Cannes 2002.
The creative force behind "Reconstruction", and also "Anxiety", is Hr.
Boe & Co., a group consisting of director Christoffer Boe, producer
Tine Grew Pfeiffer, director of photography Manuel Alberto Claro and sound
designer Morten Green. "Reconstruction", the second film in Nordisk Film's
Director's Cut concept, was produced by Nordisk Film Production in
co-operation with the national broadcaster TV 2/Danmark and supported by
the Danish Film Institute. The film is expected to be released late summer
Nikolaj Lie Kaas and Marie Bonnevie, who also appeared in "Anxiety",
are the leading players in "Reconstruction", a romantic drama with
psychological undertones, about a photographer, Alex, who abandons his
girlfriend, Simone, to pursue the beautiful Aimée.
Wide representation in CannesWith Lars von Trier's
"Dogville" in the Official Competition at Cannes and two films from the
National Film School, Heidi Maria Faisst's "The Pact" and Anders
Morgenthaler's award-winning "Araki - The Killing of a Japanese
Photographer", Danish filmmakers are now widely represented at this year's
Cannes Film Festival.
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