‘The Innocents’ Director Eskil Vogt Goes Dark in ‘Copenhagen Does Not Exist’: ‘We Are F–ed Up Beings’

Feb 5, 2023
Dimitris Passas

NOTE: This article is a republication- Source: (Marta Balaga).

Oscar nominee Eskil Vogt – who co-wrote “The Worst Person in the World” with Joachim Trier – delivers another love story, but he goes darker in “Copenhagen Does Not Exist,” a Snowglobe production directed by Martin Skovbjerg, recently awarded at Göteborg Film Festival following its world premiere at Intl. Film Festival Rotterdam.

“So many movies, because of how the culture has changed, are trying to be very clear-cut. This one dares to show that humans can be complex and paradoxical, egotistical and gentle. We are fucked up beings,” he says.

In the film, a young woman suddenly disappears. Her father is looking for answers, especially from her boyfriend, Sander, who agrees to be questioned by him. Angela Bundalovic, Jonas Holst Schmidt and Zlatko Burić star, while TrustNordisk handles sales.

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