Summary: Lucas is beloved by his students and fellow teachers at his local kindergarten. After a divorce, made especially painful when his wife moved away from town with their teenage son, Marcus, Lucas’ life is recovering with a new girlfriend, and the reforging of his relationship with Marcus. His world comes crashing down, however, when a young girl in his class accuses him of inappropriate behaviour. It’s a simple lie that spirals out of control and the small community suddenly finds itself in a collective state of hysteria. Long held friendships are tested as mistrust takes hold, and Lucas must summon all his strength in a brave fight for his life and dignity.
Australian Cinema Release Date: 2nd May, 2013
Australian DVD Release Date: TBA
Director: Thomas Vinterberg
Screenwriter: Tobias Lindholm, Thomas Vinterberg
Cast: Katrine Brygmann (Kirsten), Ole Dupont (Godsejer/Advokat), Daniel Engstrup (Johan), Lasse Fogelstrom (Marcus), Anne Louise Hassing (Agnes), Bjarne Henriksen (Ole), Karina Fogh Holmkjaer (Ulla), Steen Ordell Guldbrand Jansen (Lars T), Jacob Hojlev Jorgenson (Erik), Jytte Kvinesdal (Inger), Thomas Bo Larsan (Theo), Mads Mikkelsen (Lucas), Lars Ranthe (Bruun), Alexandra Rapaport (Nadja), Rasmus Lind Rubin (Pede), Frank Rubaek (Elias), Soren Ronholt (Big Carsten), Sebastian Bull Sarning (Torsten), Hana Shuan (Tiny), Troels Thorsen (Bent), Thomas Vinterberg (himself), Annika Wedderkopp (Klara), Susse Wold (Grethe)
Runtime: 116 mins
Dave Griffiths’s ‘The Hunt’ Review: Check Episode #30 (available 2nd May, 2013) of our The Good The Bad The Ugly Podcast for a more in-depth review of ‘The Hunt’.
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