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I AM DINA

by Ole Bornedal

synopsis

Little Dina is the unwitting cause of a tragic accident for which her grief-stricken father will never forgive her. Deprived of maternal love, the wild-child grows to womanhood torn between her morbid thoughts and a lust for life. Gradually lured out of her isolation by music and devoted tutor, Dina continues to comfort herself by conjuring up her mother's ghost...

international title: I Am Dina
original title: Jeg Er Dina
country: Norway, Denmark, Germany, France
sales agent: TF1 Studio
year: 2002
genre: fiction
directed by: Ole Bornedal
film run: 120'
release date: NO 08/03/2002, DK 15/03/2002, SE 22/03/2002, FR 09/04/2003, BE 20/08/2003, PL 12/09/2003
screenplay: Ole Bornedal, Jonas Cornell
cast: Gérard Depardieu, Maria Bonnevie, Pernilla August, Bjørn Floberg, Christopher Eccleston, Mads Mikkelsen, Søren Sætter-Lassen
cinematography by: Dan Lustsen
film editing: Thomas Krag, Molly Malene Stensgaard
art director: Steffen Aarfing, Marie I. Dali
music: Marco Beltrami
producer: Axel Helgeland, Per Holst
production: Northern LIghts Comunications, Nordisk Film Production A/S, ApolloMedia, Gemini Filmproduktion (DE); Felicia Film (SE); Mandarin (FR)
distributor: Columbia Tristar Nordisk Film Distributors AS, Nordisk Film (DK), SND (FR), Columbia Tri-Star (SE), Best Film (PL)
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