A Place Nearby

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A Place Nearby
Her i naerheden.jpg
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Directed by Kaspar Rostrup
Written by Martha Christensen
Kaspar Rostrup
Produced by Tina Dalhoff
Starring Ghita Nørby
Thure Lindhardt
Cinematography Eric Kress
Edited by Grete Møldrup
Music byFuzzy
Running time
100 minutes
CountryDenmark
LanguageDanish

A Place Nearby (Danish : Her i nærheden) is a 2000 Danish drama film directed by Kaspar Rostrup and starring Ghita Nørby and Thure Lindhardt. It was Denmark's submission to the 73rd Academy Awards for the Academy Award for Best Foreign Language Film, but was not accepted as a nominee. [1] [2]

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