German PremiereDenmark, Norway, Japan 2021Language:English, Japanese, DanishSubtitles:GermanDirector:Daniel DencikWriter:Daniel Dencik, Sara Isabella JonssonCinematographer:Aske Alexander FossEditor:Olivia Neergaard-Holm, Jenna ManguladSound:Mikkel GroosWith:Victoria Carmen Sonne, Nagisa Morimoto, Mikkel Boe Folsgaard, Mirai Moriyama, Kaho Minami, Junko AbeProducer:Michael Haslund-ChristensenProduction Company:Haslund Dencik Entertainment, Rein Film, Filmfond Nord, Filmcamp, Vice Denmark, Beo Post, Tonemestrene, C&I EntertainmentDistributor:Alpha Violet90 min, Colour
"Who would you like to be, if you could be anyone?" After the disappearance of an enigmatic Japanese woman Ines met in Norway, the young woman seizes the opportunity and leaves her life, which is stuck in a rut, behind overnight. She ends up in a jazzy nightclub in faraway Osaka and immerses herself in the mysterious lives of others... A gripping story about a woman who escapes from her previous identity and daringly embarks on an uncertain adventure, almost as if in a dream. Depicted in beguiling images, somewhere between Wong Kar-Wai and Murakami. Starring the magnificent Victoria Carmen Sonne, who is irresistibly captivating.
Age rating: from 12 years
Director's Biography:Daniel Dencik (*1972) studied philosophy and film. The Dane, who holds a doctorate, is a writer and director. After two award-winning documentaries, he made his feature film debut GOLD COAST in Africa in 2015. MISS OSAKA is his second feature film.
2015 GOLD COAST
2013 THE EXPEDITION TO THE END OF THE WORLD (DOC)
2013 TAL R: THE VIRGIN (SHORT)
2012 MOON RIDER (DOC)
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