The International Film Festival Rotterdam has long ceased to be a place to find cutting-edge European cinema; true to form, its 46th edition featured only a scattering of Nordic films that seemed selected at random. The biggest miss among the Scandinavian titles was also the biggest hit: the world premiere of Denmark’s The Man, a comedy/drama about a big-shot Copenhagen painter and his estranged son, a street-famous graffiti artist. The story evidently impressed many viewers, as it ended up #9 in the festival . . .
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