Frederikke Dahl Hansen

Movie Review: Forever Now (2017)

The end of a relationship is chronicled convincingly and compellingly in Danish filmmaker Kristian Håskjold’s short Forever Now. It begins with the start of a breakup and ends with, well, the end of the breakup, so there are few plot-based surprises in its compact running time that barely exceeds 15 minutes. Instead, Håskjold is content…

Movie Review: Copenhagen (2014)

One of Europe’s most popular tourist destinations, Copenhagen, Denmark is a city of wide canals, narrow cobbled streets, and colored buildings. The city’s beauty is fully captured by cinematographer Alan Poon in Mark Raso’s debut feature Copenhagen, a film that might be described as a joint “coming-of-age” saga. It is the story of two people,…

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