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The King's Meadow Garden

Claus Ørsted, Lars Brydesen, Denmark, 1967

12 min.DK/Documentary

"The King's Meadow Garden" is the old, graceful name of an area on the southwestern outskirts of Copenhagen. Today the gigantic refuse dump of the city. Here the 80-year old Martin has lived in a shack for 20 years. The film is about him and his surroundings.
Basic information Credits Festivals & awards
Original title Kongens Enghave
Danish title Kongens Enghave
Other titles The King's Meadow Garden
Keywords Kongens Enghave, Copenhageners, Homeless people, Living conditions, Copenhagen, 1960-1969
Director Claus Ørsted, Lars Brydesen
Director of Photography Claus Ørsted
Editor Lars Brydesen
Composer Per Nørgård
Appearances Martin Hansen
Production country Denmark
Production companies ASA Film Studio
Domestic distribution Statens Filmcentral
Technical info 16 mm, color, Sound
TV release 10.07.1971, DR

Companies

Production companies ASA Film Studio
Commissioned by Kortfilmrådet
Domestic distribution Statens Filmcentral

Direction

Direction Claus Ørsted
Direction Lars Brydesen

Cinematography

Cinematography Claus Ørsted

Editing

Editing Lars Brydesen

Music

Music Per Nørgård

Appearance

Appearance Martin Hansen

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