Daniel Dencik’s The Gold Coast is bound to be the most controversial film in Denmark this year. A weird and not fully successful film about Denmark’s past as a colonizer in Ghana as well as a major participant in the international slave-trade, what ensures its notoriety above other experimental/political fare is that it’s been included in Biografklub Danmark, a mainstay in Danish cinema culture where more than 200,000 members gets half-priced tickets to a curated group of films, with this season including films by Clint Eastwood, Susanne Bier, Bille August . . .
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