Thursday is the premiere of Ole Christian Madsen's film about the terrorist attack on the 'Krudttønden'.
In the cast are, among others, Nikolaj Coster-Waldau, the Danish actor is happy to be a part of the film. He told, en Ekstra Bladet meets him on the red carpet for the movie premiere of the film.
- I am very excited to see the film with an audience. I have seen it myself, where I was very affected by it. So I'm looking forward to, he said, before going into the chamber.
the Film prior to the premiere been criticized - among other things, I believe some people, that five years is too short a time after to make a movie about the incident, which claimed the lives of three people - two victims and the terrorist - life.
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It takes Nikolaj Coster-Waldau, however, though he accepts that others can have it on the way.
- It can always discuss, and it is up to the people themselves. I think that Ole Christian has made an incredible sober and moving film, which I think has its place. It is our nutidshistorie. Ole Christian made the also 'Flame and Citron', which took place during the second world war, and it is another way of looking at it, for most do not have a direct recollection of the time.
- This is something that we all have a kind of remembrance of, and I just think that it may be important to take hold of the things. When I read the script, I could feel that I was incredibly affected, because it was as if, that I - without knowing it - had supplanted the little that it had happened in Denmark, he said.
the Actor can clearly even remember how he reacted when he got the news of the attack five years ago.
It was this sense of powerlessness, and that it damn well could not be true and could not possibly happen here. It did not fit with our - at least my image of Denmark. But it happened, and it is important that you talk about it and remember it. There were two people who were slain the night, and there were three people who died. And it must not be forgotten, he pitched fast.
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