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by Daniel Dencik


Young anti-colonial idealist Wullf Joseph Wullf sets out for Danish Guinea to set up a coffee plantation but not everything goes according to plan. This bold contribution to the historical film genre casts light on a dark chapter of European history, employing the music of Angelo Badalamenti to help shift the experience into a dreamlike trip that partakes in equal measure of lyric poetry and a horrifying nightmare.

international title: Gold Coast
original title: Guldkysten
country: Denmark
year: 2015
genre: fiction
directed by: Daniel Dencik
film run: 100'
release date: DK 2/07/2015
screenplay: Daniel Dencik, Sara Isabella Jønsson Vedde
cast: Jakob Oftebro, Danica Curcic, Anders Heinrichsen, Adam Ild Rohweder, Morten Holst
cinematography by: Martin Munch
film editing: Rebekka Lonqvist, Theis Schmidt
costumes designer: Jane Whittaker
producer: Michael Haslund-Christensen
production: Haslund Film, Nordisk Film & TV AS, Dencik Film, Den Vestdanske Filmpulje, Tonemestrene, Short Cut, InGenius Africa, Crew Invest
backing: Film i Väst, Danish Film Institute
distributor: SF Studios Denmark
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