Michael has everything under control: a successful military career, a beautiful wife and two daughters. His younger brother Jannik is a drifter, living on the edge of the law. When Michael is sent to Afghanistan on a UN mission the balance between the two brothers changes forever.
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Not quite as moving 'Open Hearts', but once again it's the quality of pulling the viewer in and drowning them in emotions of reality that really stands out. Really enjoyed seeing some recurring faces, especially Nikolaj Lie Kass and Ulrich Thomsen. The slightly confused ending ruined the experience a little, but it's a great piece and I will no doubt go back to it over and over in the future.
Filmi başından sonuna kadar bir Danimarkalı askerin Afganistan'da ne işi var diyerek izleyiniz. Zira Michael Afganistan'da milisleri değil, Batılı steril birini öldürmüştür. Bunun altında ezilir; çünkü meşrulaştıramaz durumu. Afgan bir milis ölseydi meşrulaştırılabileceği ölüm, ona ağır gelir ve adaptasyon sürecini aşamaz. Bu bağlamda yönetmen çok eleştirilse de, esasında çok büyük bir mesaja vesile oluyor.
Far better then the U.S remake for one the actors look their age and Thomsen and Kaas are awesome in their roles as the brothers and that scene that the film is based around is far more powerful in the Danish version then the U.S for some reason. Nielsen is great too.Also the Children are great (U.s Version too). My Favourite Bier film along with After the Wedding.
The drama sauce is ok, but film trying to be more than one film.
What shall we focus on? Father-son relationship, murder for self-defense is acceptable or not, being loyal to your death husband, father-girl relationship! Change of a man who was guilty before.
Details are missed. His beard does not grow, girls attitude changed so fast to their father and we could not catch how fast brothers go through a metamorphosis
Una buena historia sostenida por la sobervia actuación de la hermosa Connie Nielsen. Los secretos destruyen familias y los traumas de guerra machacaran los ultimos resquicios del corazon sin salvarse la propia sangre. película que gana a pulso su clasificacion de independiente, muy recomendable.