Written by: Andrew J Parker
A winner at both the 2019 Copenhagen Film Festival for best Danish film and the New Renaissance Film Festival for best feature film, this successful independent feature film has proved quite successful on the festival scene with various award wins and nominations despite operating on a small budget and completely without state funding, the Danish film Natsværmer is definitely worth a watch.
Telling a story about discovering yourself and finding your place in the world, this feature dives into the world of very different characters at different stages of their lives and tells a story of growth and development fitting to that of the real world.
The whirlpool of emotions and drama mixed with a powerful story and English subtitles will likely keep any viewer gripped to the very end as it explores the different aspects of life and the stages to which people are at.
The relationship between Louis (Karim Theilgaard; lead, producer and established actor who worked in London, Paris, LA and New York) and Rosa (Kimmie Falstrøm; first feature role) appear to be one of a difficult nature at times as Louis is clearly haunted by events from his past including running away from home and his failure to compete his project.
— To be continued in our June 2020 issue of Cut Frame Magazine. —
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