Adam's Apples (2005)
A priest who believes in the essential goodness of everything struggles to deal with a neo-Nazi in his church.
Festen (1998)
Skeletons fall out of the closet at a family birthday party.
Keep The Lights On (2012)
An autobiographically inspired story of a passionate long-term relationship between two men driven by addiction and secrets but bound by love and hopefulness.
Okay (2002)
Danish black comedy about family relationships.
Open Hearts (2002)
A woman falls for the husband of the woman who hospitalised her fiance.
Silent Heart (2014)
A family gather together to say goodbye to their matriarch who plans to take her own life.
Skeletons (2010)
Black comedy about a two-man emotional exterminator team.
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