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by Sine Skibsholt


Long Live Love is a coming-of-age story about Rosemarie - a teenager whose life has repeatedly introduced a seriousness, for which she is far too young. After beating cancer, twice, Rosemarie is now eager to get back to a typical teenage life of partying, drinking and kissing boys. But in the aftermath of her daughter’s illness, Rosemarie’s mother is paralyzed by fear of losing her and thus a constant reminder to Rosemarie that she was ill.
The film unfolds an intense mother-daughter drama, which Rosemarie must go through in order to understand and reconnect with her mother, while also trying to find herself in the midst of the chaos of life.

international title: Long Live Love
original title: Lever Elsker Savner
country: Denmark
year: 2020
genre: documentary
directed by: Sine Skibsholt
film run: 79'
cinematography by: Sine Skibsholt, Ina Lindgreen
film editing: Rebekka Lonqvist
music: Martin Dirkov
producer: Helle Faber
production: Made in Copenhagen
backing: Danish Film Institute (DK)
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