The Escape (2009 film)

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The Escape
Danish Flugten
Directed by Kathrine Windfeld
Starring Iben Hjejle
Lars Mikkelsen
Release date
  • 9 January 2009 (2009-01-09)
Running time
114 minutes

The Escape (Danish : Flugten) is a 2009 Danish drama film directed by Kathrine Windfeld. [1]



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  1. Richard R. Ness (15 January 2020). Encyclopedia of Journalists on Film. Rowman & Littlefield. pp. 135–136. ISBN   978-1-5381-0360-9.