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A Hijacking

Summary: The Danish cargo ship MV Rozen is heading for harbour when it is hijacked by Somali pirates in the Indian Ocean. Amongst the men on board are the ship’s cook Mikkel (Pilou Asbæk) and the engineer Jan (Roland Møller), who along with the rest of the seamen are taken hostage in a cynical game of life and death. With the demand for a ransom of millions of dollars a psychological drama unfolds between the CEO of the shipping company (Søren Malling) and the Somali pirates..

Year: 2013

Australian Cinema Release Date: 19th September, 2013

Australian DVD Release Date: TBA

Country: Denmark

Director: Tobias Lindholm

Screenwriter: Tobias Lindholm

Cast: Allan Arnby (Niels Giverson), Pilou Asbaek (Mikkel Hartmann), Abdihakin Asgar (Omar), Amalie Ihle Alstrup (Maria Hartmann),  Amalie Vulff Anderson (Kamilla Hartmann), Linda Laursen (Anette Ludvigsen), Soren Malling (Peter C. Ludvigsen), Roland Moller (Jan Sorenson), Keith Pearson (Kaptajn), Gary Skjoldmose Porter (Connor Julian), Dar Salim (Lars Vestergaard), Bettina Schjerlund

Runtime: 103 mins

Classification:CTC

OUR REVIEWS/RATINGS OF ‘A HIJACKING’:

Greg King: Stars(3)

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Average Subculture Rating (out of 5): Stars(3.5)

IMDB Rating:  A Hijacking (2012) on IMDb

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A Royal Affair

Summary: Winner of the Best Actor and Best Screenplay awards at the Berlin Film Festival, and written and directed by Nikolaj Arcel (co-writer of THE GIRL WITH THE DRAGON TATTOO) A ROYAL AFFAIR is an epic tale of a passionate and forbidden romance that changed an entire nation. Denmark, 1766, and Caroline Mathilde is married to the mad and politically ineffectual King Christian VII. Ignored by the wild King who chooses to live scandalously, Caroline grows accustomed to a quiet existence in oppressed Copenhagen. When the King returns from a tour of Europe accompanied by Struensee, his new personal physician, Queen Caroline finds an unexpected ally within the kingdom. The attraction between the two is initially one of shared ideals and philosophy, but it soon turns into a passionate and clandestine affair. Committed to the ideals of the Enlightenment that are banned in Denmark, Struensee convinces the King to assert his previously untapped power to remove the conservative political council and implement drastic changes to Danish society. As the Court plot their return to power and the downfall of the Queen and Struensee, the consequences of their affair are made clear and the entire nation will be changed forever.

Year: 2012

Australian Cinema Release Date: 21st June, 2012

Australian DVD Release Date: 7th November, 2012

Country: Denmark, Sweden, Czech Republic

Director: Nikolaj Arcel

Screenwriter: Nikolaj Arcel, Rasmus Heisterberg, Bodil Steenson-Leth (novel)

Cast: Laura Bro (Louise von Plessen), David Dencik (Ove Hoegh-Guldberg), Trine Dyrholm (Juliane Marie), Mikkel Boe Folsgaard (Christian VII), Thomas W. Gabrielson (Schack Carl Rantzau), Michael Horka (Bordelmutter), Alzbeta Jenicka (Bondekone), Frederik Christian Johansen (Arveprinsen), Nikol Kouklova (Stovlet – Catherine), Soren Malling (Hartmann), John Martinus (Reventlow), Bent Mejding (J.H.E. Bernstoff), Cyron Melville (Enevold Brandt), Mads Mikkelsen (Johann Friedrich Struensee), Rosalinde Mynster (Marie), Egob Nielson (Mounti), William Johnk Nielsen (Frederick VI (15 yrs)), Julia Wentzel Olsen (Louise Augusta (12 yrs)), Soren Spanning (Munter), Anna Stiborova (Sophie Livernet), Alicia Vikander (Caroline Mathilde), Harriet Walter (Augusta – Princess of Wales)

Runtime: 137 mins

Classification:M

Dave Griffiths’s ‘A Royal Affair’ Review: 

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Other Subculture Media Reviews of ‘A Royal Affair′: Dave’s other review of ‘Compliance’ can be found on Buzz Magazine

Rating: 5/5

IMDB Rating: A Royal Affair (2012) on IMDb