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THE KEEPER OF LOST CAUSES now seen by 500,000 in Denmark

The success continues for Scandinavian thriller THE KEEPER OF LOST CAUSES which has now been seen by more than 500,000 Danes in the cinemas.

  • Photo: Christian Geisnaes

    Photo: Christian Geisnaes

Written by: Lena Juhl Seidelin/TrustNordisk

THE KEEPER OF LOST CAUSES, which was released on October 3rd, is with the current numbers steadily heading for the status as the most popular film of all theatrical releases in the Danish cinemas in 2013. The film is also on track to become among the best performing local Danish titles over the last decade, a list currently topped by the comedy KLOWN (2010) also by director Mikkel Nørgaard and Zentropa-producer Louise Vesth.
World premiering at Locarno Film Festival in August to excellent reviews, THE KEEPER OF LOST CAUSES is the first film in the upcoming franchise based on Jussi Adler-Olsen’s bestselling book series about Department Q. So far TrustNordisk has sold THE KEEPER OF LOST CAUSES to more than 35 countries including key territories such as Germany, Benelux, Switzerland, Australia and China.
The second installment THE ABSENT ONE, which will also be directed by Nørgaard, is currently shooting and set for release in autumn 2014.