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Hands Up!

Morten Henriksen, Denmark, 1997

22 min.DK/Short fictionChildren's films

Oliver, aged 6, cunningly outsmarts his mother and the old babysitter, Mrs. Bruus, because he prefers Josephine who is 16, beautiful and good-natured. But things don¿t quite work out, and Oliver must use all his ingenuity when he finds himself locked out of the house without a babysitter, and with his baby sister locked in.
Basic information Credits Festivals & awards
Original title Hænderne op!
Danish title Hænderne op!
Other titles Filmhits for børn 1, Karla Kanin Bio 2, Hands Up!
Keywords Children's lives
Director Morten Henriksen
Screenplay Morten Henriksen
Director of Photography Jan Weincke
Editor Sanne Prehn
Sound Jan Juhler
Composer Pierre Dørge, Irene Becker
Appearances Oliver Miehe-Renard, Louise Marie Post, Tammi Øst, Lily Weiding
Production country Denmark
Production companies Magic Hour Films
Domestic distribution Danske Filminstitut
Technical info 35 mm, color
Danish rating Allowed for all

Companies

Production companies Magic Hour Films
Domestic distribution Danske Filminstitut

Direction

Direction Morten Henriksen

Script

Script Morten Henriksen

Production

Consulting producer Per Nielsen

Cinematography

Cinematography Jan Weincke

Stills

Stills Susanne Mertz

Editing

Editing Sanne Prehn

Music

Music Pierre Dørge
Music Irene Becker

Sound

Sound Jan Juhler

Appearance

Oliver Oliver Miehe-Renard
Louise Louise Marie Post
Mor Tammi Øst
Fru Buus Lily Weiding
Far Ole Lemmeke
Josepines veninde Amelia Høy
Josephine, barnepige Josephine Nørring

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