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AFR

by Morten Hartz Kaplers

synopsis

Using rearranged archive footage and newly filmed material, including interviews with politicians, it's the ultimate reconstruction of a political murder in which the whole truth never emerges and about which a variety of theories circulate. The exploration of the limits of free speech, which was defended last year by the Prime Minister of the country that saw newspaper cartoons grow into an international controversy.

international title: AFR
original title: AFR
country: Denmark
sales agent: TrustNordisk
year: 2006
genre: docu-fiction
directed by: Morten Hartz Kaplers
film run: 85'
release date: DK 20/04/2007
screenplay: Morten Hartz Kaplers, Allan Miltor Jakobsen
cast: Morten Hartz Kaplers
cinematography by: Lars Bonde, Magnus Nordenhof Jønck
film editing: Per Sandholdt, Rasmus Madsen
producer: Meta Louise Foldager, Morten Hartz Kaplers
production: Liberty Film APS, Danish Film Institute, Nordisk Film, Super 16
distributor: FilmFolket A/s
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