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PRELUDIUM

by Johan Melin

synopsis

Five people struggle in the twilight to become free and get into character. Everything happens in real time and in one take, from a hypnosis session on the outskirts of town – to a disintegrating Copenhagen. Some succumb, others move on: Meet Ruth who has been looking for her beloved Milovan for two years and gets by on hope alone. She is covering the city with pictures of him. Maybe there's hope to be found in Lars Hviid, a spiritual guru and sex addict eager to help her. And then there's Eva, his wife, who is fed up with the lies and plans to move to Rio with her lover. Instead she meets violinist Lukas who is scheeming to get rid of Casper, who plays first violin. In the midst of all this, Milovan has returned to Copenhagen to repay his debt and commit the ultimate sin. This will be the most important 113 minutes of their lives.

international title: Preludium
original title: Preludium
country: Denmark
sales agent: Bullitt Film ApS
year: 2008
genre: fiction
directed by: Johan Melin
release date: DK 25/04/2008
screenplay: Johan Melin
cast: Anna Fabricius, Lai Yde Holgaard, Patricia Schumann, Thomas Knuth-Winterfeldt, Zdravko Milanovic
cinematography by: Adam Wallensten
music: Ted Fransson
production: Bullitt Film ApS
backing: Thief Productions
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