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Summer ´92

Summer ´92

2DCS/ES
Director:Kasper Barfoed
Cast:Ulrich Thomsen, Mikkel Boe Følsgaard, Cyron Melville, Esben Smed Jensen
Length:93 minutes
Genre:Comedy, Drama, Sporting

Director: Kasper Barfoed  •  Scenario: Kasper Barfoed, Anders Frithiof August  •  Cast: Ulrich Thomsen, Mikkel Boe Følsgaard, Cyron Melville, Esben Smed Jensen, Henning Jensen, Gustav Dyekjær Giese, Jon Lange, Allan Hyde, Johannes Lassen, Morten Vang Simonsen, Lene Maria Christensen, Birgitte Hjort Sørensen, Lars Brygmann, Hans Holtegaard, Julie Zangenberg, Niclas Vessel Kølpin, Mads Moritzen Bak, Andreas Biesbjerg Jensen, Jonas Madsen, Ádám Fischer, Nicklas Kühn Brustad, Lucas Hansen

In 1992, the Danish national football team had failed to qualify for the European Championship in Sweden. The players were already on holiday when they were called up in their summer residences with a surprising message: Yugoslavia was disqualified because of the war, and the Danes were set to replace them. The rest is history: Denmark went on to surprise the experts and upset the odds by winning the tournament, beating the reigning European and World Champions in the process.

Length: 93 min

Year: 2015

Country of origin:

  • Denmark

Director: Kasper Barfoed  •  Scenario: Kasper Barfoed, Anders Frithiof August  •  Cast: Ulrich Thomsen, Mikkel Boe Følsgaard, Cyron Melville, Esben Smed Jensen, Henning Jensen, Gustav Dyekjær Giese, Jon Lange, Allan Hyde, Johannes Lassen, Morten Vang Simonsen, Lene Maria Christensen, Birgitte Hjort Sørensen, Lars Brygmann, Hans Holtegaard, Julie Zangenberg, Niclas Vessel Kølpin, Mads Moritzen Bak, Andreas Biesbjerg Jensen, Jonas Madsen, Ádám Fischer, Nicklas Kühn Brustad, Lucas Hansen

In 1992, the Danish national football team had failed to qualify for the European Championship in Sweden. The players were already on holiday when they were called up in their summer residences with a surprising message: Yugoslavia was disqualified because of the war, and the Danes were set to replace them. The rest is history: Denmark went on to surprise the experts and upset the odds by winning the tournament, beating the reigning European and World Champions in the process.

Year: 2015

Country of origin:

  • Denmark
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