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Gliding and Paragliding – Interlaken, Switzerland

Back in 2006, in Interlaken/Unterseen, Switzerland, I took a few photos of gliders and paragliders. Here they are!

I know, it isn’t a movie review, but speaking of movies, I am recommending:

The Cook, The Thief , His Wife and Her Lover.

The trailer is right after the photos!











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Niels Ulrich Fjordside

Years ago, when Virgin Radio (Classic Rock) still broadcasted from One Golden Square in London, I have met wonderful music lovers on its community of listeners.

Virgin Radio - famous star
Virgin Radio – famous star – picture taken at One Golden Square at Virgin Radio’s (London) 15th anniversary.

Among them a Danish actor, Niels Ulrich Fjordside. Back in 2010 I was watching one of his movies, Shotgun, and now he told me that there are a few more movies online, so I’ve searched for them.

I wonder when Google will make an interpreter available online, in order for us to be able to understand the lines from foreign movies.

See It Yourself made me quite curious!

MIX Copenhagen 2011 – See It Yourself from Torben Kjelstrup on Vimeo.

Contribution for the MIX Copenhagen 2011 Short Film Competition

Production Manager: Cille Neumann
DoP: Torben Kjelstrup
Post: Torben Kjelstrup
Original Music: Toni Martin Dobrzanski

Bo Madvig
Niels Ulrich Fjordside
Peter Vadsager
Oddvør Johannesen
William Johannesen

Helping hands: Helena Hedenstedt, Manal Amayri, Frederik Kjær, Christoffer Bengt

The Birds Fly Past (Fuglene Flyver Forbi) should be promoted by Environmental Activists.
Peter’s First Day could be part of an University class for future teachers!

Peters first day from KBH FILM & FOTOSKOLE on Vimeo.

Peter is going to teach a pre school class for the first time, and experience that nothing is as expected!

Well, there’s another film, Iskold Karriere, and below is its trailer. Enjoy!
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There Will Be Blood

Usually a blog post inspired by a movie has some sort of conclusion, mainly related to the end of the movie.

The other night I’ve watched There Will Be Blood, and its end seems somehow unfinished.

There’s is also an unusual match between the period of time of the movie’s action and the music used for the end: the first years of the twentieth century and classical music. I am talking about The Third Movement from Johannes Brahms’ Violin Concerto in D Major, Op. 77. I must admit that at first I was somehow intrigued by this kind of joint.

I was listening to The Third Movement until it ends, and all of a sudden I realized that the movie must be watched AFTER listening this classical piece of music! It will be viewed in a whole new light!

At the end of the post, you may watch Daniel Day-Lewis winning an Oscar® for “There Will Be Blood”.

As usual, there’s a trailer below (this time below the music in order to stick to my suggestion).

Director: Paul Thomas Anderson