LAND OF MINE is number one

09.12.2015

The new critical acclaimed Danish feature film LAND OF MINE is now the best-selling film in Denmark, whereby Danish film is back in the top of the film charts once again.

Yesterday, LAND OF MINE entered the first place and with this beat strong films like Spectre and Mockingjay Part 2. The audience therefore agrees with the film critics who in many cases have awarded the film five stars or even six stars reviews praising both director Martin Zandvliet and lead role owner Roland Møller. LAND OF MINE moreover causes much debate in most media at the moment.

The film covers an, until now, untold chapter of the Danish post-war period and takes it beginning in the days after the German capitulation, May 1945, where the ‘dirty work’ needs to be done. Roland Møller plays the role of the Danish sergeant, Carl Leopold Rasmussen, who is assigned the command over a German platoon of young soldiers that are set to remove the thousands of land mines buried down the sand along the Jutlandic west cost. In the meeting with the young German soldier Sebastian, played by Louis Hoffmann, it becomes not only a fight for life and death, but also about hatred, forgiveness and reconciliation.

LAND OF MINE is written and directed by Martin Zandvliet and produced by Mikael Rieks for Nordisk Film Production A/S. The cast includes Roland Møller, Mikkel Boe Følsgaard, Laura Bro and the young German stars Louis Hofmann, twins Emil & Oscar Belton and Joel Basman among others.  

Watch the trailer here

Photos and posters can be downloaded here: http://nfdfilm.dk login: film password: presse

Press contact: Freddy Neumann, Neumann PR & Kommunikation, phone +45 2046 7846 / neumann@mail.dk

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LAND OF MINE is produced by Mikael Rieks for Nordisk Film Production in collaboration with co-producer Malte Grunert, Amusement Park Film and with Henrik Zein, Nordisk Film Production, and Torben Majgaard, Majgaard Ltd, as executive producers. The film is supported by the Danish Film Institute at film consultant Steen Bille with support from DFI/Regional support, DR, ZDF, Varde Municipality, Det Nissenske Familiefond, Filmförderung Hamburg Schleswig-Holstein, DFFF and Nordisk Film & TV Fond. The sales agent is K5 International.