|Directed by||Anders Morgenthaler|
|Written by|| Anders Morgenthaler |
|Produced by||Sarita Christensen|
|Starring|| Thure Lindhardt |
Stine Fischer Christensen
|Edited by||Mikkel E.G. Nielsen|
|Music by|| Mads Brauer |
|Distributed by|| Det Danske Filminstitut |
|Countries|| Denmark |
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Princess, rated for mature audiences, won awards at three European film festivals and was nominated for the 2007 Robert Award for Best Danish Film.
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