Adam's Apples (2005)
A priest who believes in the essential goodness of everything struggles to deal with a neo-Nazi in his church.
Dark Horse (2005)
When a graffiti artist in Copenhagen meets a girl on magic mushrooms, his slacker days are numbered.
King's Game (2004)
Reporters uncover political corruption before the Danish elections.
Men And Chicken (2015)
Black comedy about a pair of brothers who discover a dark family secret.
Morke (2005)
Danish mystery about serial suicides.
Nothing's All Bad (2010)
Four troubled, lonely people gradually find themselves connected through a series of coincidences in a film which blends dark comedy with touching insight.
Soi Cowboy (2008)
An uneven relationship between a westerner and a Thai former sex worker.
Sorrow And Joy (2013)
Filmmaker Johannes and his wife, schoolteacher Signe, try to come to terms with unspeakable grief.
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