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Lasse Lau’s documentary Lykkelænder focuses on the life in Greenland and the relationship between Greenlanders and Danes. More precisely, what the former group thinks of

A definite progression from the Scandinavian crime series that are starting to become a little tired, Greyzone is a hostage thriller that attempts to include

The Use and Function of Written Texts, Theatre, Cinema, Still Photography, Radio and Television in Ingmar Bergman’s film Persona   There are no Cinema Studies without learning

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“What one expects with growing impatience from this brilliant technician and director

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