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Flame & Citron (DVD)

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Flame & Citron (DVD)

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DENMARK’S BIGGEST EVER LOCAL HIT!

Copenhagen 1944. While the Danish people hope for a swift end to the war, freedom fighters Bent Faurschou-Hviid, a.k.a. Flame and Jorgen Haagen Schmith a.k.a. Citron, secretly put their lives at stake fighting for the Holger Danske resistance group, performing acts of sabotage and liquidating Danish informers.

Unified in their hatred of the Nazis, the younger idealistic Flame dreams of openly taking up arms against the occupying power, whereas the more sensitive Citron finds himself drawn further into the politics of resistance. When their superior, Winther, orders them into action against two German officers, Flame questions the soundness of the order he is about to execute. And when suspicions turn to his girlfriend, the beautiful and mysterious Ketty, Flame begins to believe there is a more sinister agenda at work. Can Ketty be trusted? Can Winther? And who really works for whom?

Desperate, disillusioned and feeling betrayed by their superiors, Flame & Citron decide only to trust each other and concentrate their efforts on getting to the much hated and feared chief of the Gestapo, Hoffmann.

Starring Thrue Lindhardt (Angels & Demons, Into the Wild), Mads Mikkelsen (Casino Royal (2006), King Arthur), Christian Berkel – (Inglourious Basterds, Valkyrie), Jesper Christensen (Quantum of Solace, The Young Victoria).

Winner of Best Film, Best Actor, and Best Supporting Actor at the Zulu Awards 2009, and Best Cinematography
at the Bodil Awards 2009.

Extras (50 minutes):
Extended interviews with the director and the 2 leads.
Fact sheets - Denmark under the Occupation
Theatrical Trailer

Production Year - 2008
Length – 130mins
Rated – MA
Country of Origin – Denmark
Director – Ole Christian Madsen
Producer – Lars Bredo Rahbek


Region Code: Region 0 PAL

Release Date: 2010-03-05

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