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Der kommer en dag (2016)

Der kommer en dag (2016)

Lars MikkelsenSofie GråbølHarald Kaiser HermannAlbert Rudbeck Lindhardt
Jesper W. Nielsen


Der kommer en dag (2016) is a Danish movie. Jesper W. Nielsen has directed this movie. Lars Mikkelsen,Sofie Gråbøl,Harald Kaiser Hermann,Albert Rudbeck Lindhardt are the starring of this movie. It was released in 2016. Der kommer en dag (2016) is considered one of the best Drama movie in India and around the world.

'Der kommer en dag' is a movie about an orphanage where violence and humiliations is a part of the everyday life. The history is based on real stories from a boy home called 'godhavn', where lots of boys were victims of violent and sexual abuse and medical experiments.

Der kommer en dag (2016) Reviews

  • A harrowing film with brilliant performances


    This is a sad film. The conclusion indicates that it was based on a number of orphanages in Denmark and you could sense that certain acts and situations arose from real life stories. The actor playing the headmaster gave a powerhouse performance that swells the viewer with hatred and disdain for him. The sympathetic female teacher was also played with stunning dramatic effect. The two boys seemed fairly young, but managed to carry the intensity and sorrow of the film with amazing maturity and brilliant execution. This is hardly a film for casual Friday night viewing. It is about two brothers who are sent to a home for boys because their very sick mother is unable to care for them. Within the home, they experience violent and cold abuse from both teachers and friends. It is so sad to think that such an era really existed (and probably still does in some parts of the world). It's the sort of film that deserves critical acclaim and awards. The sorrow arising from the film will stay with me for some time.

  • One Step Back For Mankind


    I was watching through gritted teeth and such a feeling of revulsion. I would say that many of the worst types in prison would not treat kids in such a manner. The way that headmaster and his cronies try to justify their actions makes you want to throw up. Just shows you how badly society failed those children and to this day it still does. Top marks to those wonderful brothers for enduring for so long which is testimony to their character and their determination never to be broken. Grim viewing but at the same time a quite heartwarming experience.

  • Celebrating the Art of Survival


    (This review may contain spoilers): this was an emotionally charged and intense movie about two brothers - Erik and Elmer - who are sent to an orphanage when their widowed mother falls sick and is rendered, by the state, incapable of caring for them. The cruelty of abandonment is heightened by the brutality of the merciless Headmaster and his assistants and attendants, who see the boys in their care as rabid, uncontrollable and in need of strict discipline and a professional craft. Creativity, ambition and dreams are not rewarded; rather, they are ridiculed. The brothers, along with other in-mates, form a bond of sympathetic but mute camaraderie that sets them apart from their abusers. They are able to retain a hint of sympathy for each other, despite being unable to stand up for each other out of fear of violent retribution. They maintain a code of conduct whereby they exist as "ghosts" in order to survive their ordeal. The viewer, however, is made aware of another group of boys, some older, who grew hostile and aggressive, and whose ability to sympathise dissolves in the anger and bitterness of being subjected to longer years of abuse. The development of the character and human relationships around it are likely the theme at the centre of the plot, with the two protagonists going through character changes that are weaved in subtly and craftily to suggest a maturity that is arrived at through selflessness and compassion. It is a beautiful movie that highlights the plight of regressing humanity, which is absolutely relevant in this day and age of forced migration.

  • Hearthbreaking


    This movie is so sad, but it was a real history, this movie makes me think in the society we are living, everybody is fool and this movie let us to see that in the past the things were the same, this world never change, you have to make things to changed it, this movie is sad, but with a good message, you have to see this movie it will change your life. STORY 10/10 ACTING 10/10 EFFECTS: i don't give a damn the effects, this story is the best that i have ever seen in a movie this year I don't want to spoiler this incredible movie, but you have to see it and please don't see the trailer, only the movie.

  • Deplorable circumstances, like in Oliver Twist, yet a different approach focusing on personal developments of two boys who carry the story. Two hours seem long but well spent


    Of course, like in Dickens' novel Oliver Twist, the circumstances in such institutions are horrible and deplorable. No one seems to care as long as no complaints are registered and nothing of the abuse and slavery comes out in the open. The story in this movie is different, however, due to demonstrating that not only management and teaching staff have their faults, but also the boys themselves maintain some sort of hierarchy. For example, we see "lower" boys tasked with e.g. collecting cigarette-ends and being bullied when set targets are not met. As such we see a self-contained ecosystem, where survival of the fittest is the norm, alongside with evading visibility (playing "ghosts") and not attracting attention. Painful scenes are intermixed with moving moments, as could be expected. The developments take their time, but that does not mean that the whole movie is boring in any way. Each time you think that you can predict the outcome, you are proved wrong. That is why this drama needs its nearly 2 hours running time to develop in full, and to explore all sides of the problem. Contrary to every description I've read about head master Heck, as being sadistic, the impression left behind is that he means well, in spite of his harsh methods. In other words, removing all sharp edges of inherently uncontrollable boys, is his way to harden and prepare them for the outside world. All of this is best illustrated by him asking, begging nearly, after having signed the dearly -wanted letter that confirms the boy is discharged, whether he (the boy) is prepared to speak out that the school has done him a lot of good, after all. All in all, casting of main protagonists is perfect and all of them perform very well. A special mention is needed for the two boys who carry the story from start to finish. We also see how difficult it is to interest TPTB for the problems at the orphanage. Interesting and unexpected developments succeed in keeping the viewer interested all along.


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