Copenhageners sometimes call their city the worlds biggest small town. In Rasmus Heisterberg’s In the Blood, main characters Simon and Emilie seems to agree. On a summer night they drink, talk, dream, and complain about their city, where everyone lives the same, does the same, know the same people. So perhaps the main characters of the film would be dismayed if I told them that the reason the film they’re in is so lovely is because it’s so wonderfully recognisable. Everyone who has . . .
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