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MONTY AND THE STREET PARTY

by Anders Morgenthaler, Mikael Wulff

synopsis

Monty is a perfectly normal boy living in a perfectly normal city, surrounded by all sorts of eccentric neighbours, from bearded nuns on stilts to parkour nudists. But one day, dark clouds start to gather over his idyllic world. Monty‘s best friend suddenly decides she is too old to play with him, his mother has fallen in love with her CrossFit trainer, his father has become depressed – and to top it all, the annual street party has been cancelled. This will not do! Monty‘s quest to save the day unfolds with bizarre humour and a keen sense for the absurd – and running commentary by Pelle Asbjørn Eriksen, lone employee of the Secret Service of Denmark, manning the surveillance cameras with his wannabe superstar mongrel, Helmuth.

international title: Monty and the Street Party
original title: Mugge & vejfesten
country: Denmark, Belgium, Sweden
sales agent: TrustNordisk
year: 2019
genre: animation
directed by: Anders Morgenthaler, Mikael Wulff
film run: 80'
screenplay: Anders Morgenthaler, Mikael Wulff
film editing: Anders Skov, Malte Pedersson
art director: Frederik Storm
music: Yves Gourmeur
producer: Julie Lind-Holm, Jonas Bagger
co-producer: Marie Gade, Robin Kerremanns, Mark Denessen, Lizette Jonjic, Dimitri Verbeeck
executive producer: Peter Aalbæk Jensen
production: New Creations, Zentropa Entertainments, Caviar Films, Zentropa Belgium, Zentropa International Sweden
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