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Three Summers

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Jørgen lives abroad but every summer he comes back to Denmark with his wife. He invites, as usual, his neighbours and their teenager son, Thomas, for dinner at his place. Only, this time, there is a strange tension in the air between the adults.

After dinner, Jørgen and Thomas go to the beach for a walk. They discover that both have secret problems and the fact they cannot talk about them is creating great stress. As they disclose their secrets to each other, a friendship starts but through the course of the next two summers, their relationship develops in a way they would never have expected.

12 Notes Down

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How do you decide when it’s time to let go? For young Jorgis, the star voice of the Copenhagen Royal Chapel Choir, the moment is upon him. With just a few weeks to go before an important concert, his voice has suddenly begun to break, forcing the 14-year-old into a state of transition he is not prepared for. He must choose between damaging his vocal cords trying to hit the high notes and dashing his hopes by walking away in this tender portrayal of a universal, yet intensely personal, rite of passage.

The Coach

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Niels is a boy with nothing on his mind but handball. His coach, recognizing his great goal-keeping talent, takes special care of him. On the night of the qualification rounds for the final Danish championships, the coach throws a party for the whole team and lets Niels and his girlfriend Pernille use his bedroom, but Niels falls asleep and things take a surprising turn which puts Niels under pressure both on and off the field.


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Unboxing People

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All That we Share is a heartwarming reminder that our perceived labels do not define us. If we look below the surface, we can find common ground with those we perceive as most different to ourselves.