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SUBMARINO

by Thomas Vinterberg

synopsis

A story about two estranged brothers, marked by a childhood of gloom. They were separated from each other at a young age by a tragedy that split their entire family. Today, Nick's life is drenched in alcohol and plagued by violence, while his kid brother, a solo-parent, struggles as a junkie to give his son a better life. Their paths cross, making a confrontation inevitable, but is redemption possible?

international title: Submarino
original title: Submarino
country: Denmark
sales agent: The Match Factory
year: 2009
genre: fiction
directed by: Thomas Vinterberg
release date: DK 25/03/2010, FR 01/09/2010, FI 03/09/2010
screenplay: Tobias Lindholm, Thomas Vinterberg
cast: Jakob Cedergren, Patricia Schumann, Dar Salim, Finn Bergh, Helene Reingaard Neumann, Morten Rose, Peter Plaugborg
cinematography by: Charlotte Bruus Christensen
film editing: Valdís Óskarsdóttir, Andri Steinn Gudmundsson
art director: Torben Stig Nielsen
costumes designer: Margrethe Rasmussen
music: Kristian Eidnes Andersen
producer: Morten Kaufmann
production: Nimbus Film
backing: TV 2 Danmark, Sandrew Metronome Filmdistribution, The Match Factory, Swedish Television; (SE) Canal+, Nordisk Film ShortCut, Kameraudlejningen, Lysudlejningen, Mainstream, Nordic Film & TV Fund
distributor: Sandrew Metronome, MK2 Distribution