At Helge's 60th birthday party, some unpleasant family truths are revealed.
|乌尔里奇·汤姆森 (Ulrich Thomsen)||饰||Christian|
|Henning Moritzen||饰||Faderen - Helge Klingenfeld|
|托玛斯·博 (Thomas Bo Larsen)||饰||Michael|
|帕普丽卡·斯汀 (Paprika Steen)||饰||Helene|
|碧尔特·诺伊曼 (Birthe Neumann)||饰||Moderen - Else Klingenfeld|
Respected family patriarch and businessman Helge (Henning Moritzen) is celebrating his 60th birthday at the family-run hotel. Gathered together amongst many family and friends are his wife Else (Birthe Neumann), Christian (Ulrich Thomsen), his sullen eldest son, his well-traveled daughter Helene (Paprika Steen), and Michael (Thomas Bo Larsen), his boorish younger son. Christian's twin sister, Linda, recently committed suicide at the hotel.Before the celebration dinner, Helene finds Linda's suicide note, but hides it in a medicine bottle after becoming upset by the contents (which are not revea…
Every family has a secret.
Alle familier har en hemmelighed
- 声音混合： Dolby
- 纵横比：1.33 : 1
|Nimbus Film Productions (presents) (produced by) (as Nimbus Film)|
|Nordisk Film- & TV-Fond (with support from)|
|Danmarks Radio (DR) (in collaboration with) (as DR TV)|
|发行公司||Mission (re-release) (2018) (Theatrical) (France)|
|Versátil (DVD) (Brazil)|
|Cult Filmes (VHS) (Brazil)|
|Prem'er Video Fil'm (VHS) (Russia)|
- 托马斯·温特伯格 "confessed" to having covered a window during the shooting of one scene, which is a breaking of two Dogme rules - no bringing props onto the set, and no use of special lighting.
- On March 28th, 1996 the Danish National Radio (DR) broadcast "Koplevs Krydsfelt" when an anonymous caller, "Allan", told his story about an unusual speech he held at his step-fathers 60th birthday. One of the many listeners to this strange story was director 托马斯·温特伯格, who was inspired to make his first Dogme movie.
- Since this is a Dogme-film, there cannot be any non diegetic (artificial) sounds added, no post-production. The camera also needs to be hand-held. So when Christian falls to the floor in the reception and sees his sister, Christian himself had to hold the camera when falling. To achieve the "dizzy" sound, the original cameraman swung the microphone around in the air.