Min søsters børn

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Min søsters børn
Directed by Tomas Villum Jensen
Produced by Michael Obel
Lars Kolvig
Written by Michael Asmussen
Søren Frellesen
Based on John Habberton's novel Helen's Babies
Starring Peter Gantzler
Wencke Barfoed
Niels Olsen
Lotte Merete Andersen
Music by Jesper Winge Leisner
Jeppe Kaas
Cinematography Dirk Brüel
Edited byMogens Hagedorn Christiansen
Distributed bySandrew Metronome
Release date
  • 2001 (2001)
Running time
86 minutes
CountryDenmark
LanguageDanish

Min søsters børn (My Sister's Children) is a Danish film from 2001. [1] It was directed by Tomas Villum Jensen, and the screenplay was written by Michael Asmussen and Søren Frellesen. [1] The music for the film was composed by Jesper Winge Leisner [2] [3] and Jeppe Kaas. [1]

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Plot

The renowned pediatric psychologist Erik Lund, author of the book Barnlige børns bedrifter (Childish Child's Business), gets the opportunity to test his theories in practice because he must take care of his sister's five very lively children age three to sixteen. The children take the opportunity to get the family's house ready so it does not have to be sold. [1] [4] [5]

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Sequels

The film had two sequels, Min søsters børn i sneen (My Sister's Children in the Snow) in 2002 and Min søsters børn i Ægypten (My Sister's Children in Egypt) in 2004.

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References

  1. 1 2 3 4 Piil, Morten (2008). Gyldendals danske filmguide. Copenhagen: Gyldendal. p. 362.
  2. Leisner, Jesper Winge (2001). Min søsters børn: musikken fra filmen (TSCD 103 ed.). Trust Soundtracks.
  3. "Min søsters børn". danskefilm.dk. Retrieved April 21, 2019.
  4. Skotte, Kim (October 12, 2001). "Min søsters børn". Politiken. Retrieved April 22, 2019.
  5. Kaae, Peer; Kuskner, Per (2012). Axel Strøbye: En tragisk komedie. Copenhagen: People's Press.