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Film Premiere events are a regular event in London with red carpet dates listed on MarkMeets. Our agency which has access to London film premiere tickets has been given elite admittance to the trailer (underneath) for Danish thriller “Speak No Evil,” which has its reality debut at Sundance. Deals are being dealt with by TrustNordisk.

The film follows a Danish family holiday in Tuscany, where they become a close acquaintence with a Dutch family. Months after the fact the Danish couple get an encouragement to visit the Dutch and choose to go for the end of the week. Be that as it may, it doesn’t take some time before the delight of get-together is supplanted by misconceptions. Things bit by bit go crazy, as the Dutch end up being something else than what they have claimed to be.

The Film Premiere movie was coordinated by Christian Tafdrup, and composed by Christian Tafdrup and Mads Tafdrup.

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Christian Tafdrup portrays “Speak No Evil” as an ironical blood and gore film. “Humorous, on the grounds that it rotates around standard individuals’ ridiculously unmistakable methods of acting. A blood and gore flick, in light of the fact that the film is dim, evil and eagerly foul. I trust it will become both entertaining and unnerving,” he says.

He adds: “Among current Western individuals I believe there’s an inclination to settle on choices in light of a social correspondence regarding how we ought to act, rather than from our own regular judgment. You would rather not be not as much as what you’re commanded, and your self-insight weighs heavier than reality with regards to who you truly are. That is, a veritable individual, for better or in negative ways. We camouflage ourselves, while we long to be credible.”

The cast incorporates Morten Burian, Sidsel Siem Koch, Karina Smulders and Fedja van Huêt, who played the lead in “Character,” champ of the Academy Award for Best Foreign Language Film.

As an entertainer, Tafdrup has attended many Film Premiere events and event been featured in Susanne Bier’s Academy Award designated “After the Wedding,” and the BAFTA winning TV series “Borgen.” He coordinated three shorts, including “Arousing,” which won the Danish Film Academy’s Robert Award for best short.

His component movie debut as an essayist/chief, “Guardians” (2016), was selected for Best International Feature Film at the Tribeca Film Festival, and won a Robert for Best Director, a Bodil Award (Danish Critics Award) for Best Screenplay, and both a Robert and Bodil for Best Actor.

His subsequent element “A Horrible Woman” (2017) sold in excess of 190,000 tickets in Denmark and was chosen for a very long time. The film got a Bodil just as a Robert Award for Best Actress and a Robert for Best Original Screenplay.

“Speak No Evil” is delivered by Profile Pictures’ Jacob Jarek, in co-creation with OAK Motion Pictures in the Netherlands, with help from the Danish Film Institute, FilmFyn, the Netherlands Film Production Incentive, with co-financing from DR and Nordisk Film Distribution.

Jarek was a co-maker on Nicolas Winding Refn’s “Just God Forgives,” which was chosen for Competition at the Cannes Film Festival in 2013. He and his accomplice Ditte Milsted co-created Grímur Hákonarson’s Icelandic element “Rams” (2015), which got various honors, incorporating the top prize in the Un Certain Regard area at Cannes.

In 2011, Jarek set up the creation organization Profile Pictures with Milsted and Thor Sigurjonsson. Among their movies are Ali Abassi’s thriller “Shelley,” chose for the Berlinale Panorama in 2016, Rasmus Heisterberg’s childhood show “In the Blood,” chose for Toronto Film Festival in 2016, and Fenar Ahmad’s activity dramatization “Darkland” (2017). He most as of late delivered season 3 of the TV series “Follow the Money” (2019), and is a leader maker on the series “Sex” (2020) and HBO Max’s “Kamikaze” (2021).

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