Nordic Film Thursdays: EXCUSE ME

Black comedy with a father, a dog and a murder

Excuse Me’ is a love fable of the young beautiful but confused, Helene, who according to her domineering mother has come into the world as a ‘technical hitch’. Helene’s search for her unknown father leads her to a small ailing Copenhagen theater. Helped by her mother’s dog, Helene has always stood in the shadow of, she succeeds to get close to the theater director and the rest of the hard-pressed personal gallery. It is a surprising journey where everything is turned upside down, and where Helene doesn’t necessarily find what she wanted, but something else – and much bigger.

EXCUSE ME (Undskyld jeg forstyrrer, Denmark, 2012, 90 min)

Directed by: Henrik Ruben Genz
Starring: Sara Hjort Ditlevsen, Nicolas Bro, Lotte Andersen, Stine Stengade and others


The screening will begin with a short lecture.
In Danish with Czech subtitles.

Admission: 120 CZK
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The screening is organized by the Scandinavian House in cooperation with the Evald Cinema.

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