The Sundance winning drama 'Queen of Hearts' by May el-Toukhy won big at the Bodil Awards, the Danish Film Critics' annual award show, held Saturday 1 March in Copenhagen. The film took home four awards including Best Film, Best Leading Actress (Trine Dyrholm), Best Supporting Actor (Gustav Lindh) and Best Cinematographer (Jasper Spanning).
The film tells the story of Anne, a dedicated lawyer who lives what appears to be the picture-perfect life with her husband, Peter, and their twin daughters. When her estranged teenage stepson, Gustav, moves in with them, Anne's escalating desire leads her down a dangerous rabbit hole, jeopardizing both her career and family.
Emil Langballe won the prize for Best Documentary for 'Q's Barbershop' about a barbershop in Vollsmose, the largest social housing project in Denmark. Also among the winners were Frelle Petersen for his screenplay for 'Uncle', the acclaimed winner of the Grand Prize at Tokyo Film Festival last year. Ulaa Salim won this year's talent prize for his debut feature 'Sons of Denmark'.
Veteran actor Jesper Christensen won the Bodil Award for Best Leading Actor for his turn in Michael Noer's period drama 'Before the Frost'. Sofie Torp won the Bodil Award for Best Supporting Actress for her part in the hostage drama 'Daniel'. Production designer Josephine Farsø won a prize for her work on Toronto-selected 'Resin'.
See all the winners below.