Copenhagen (2002 film)

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Copenhagen
Copenhagen dvd.jpg
DVD cover
Distributed by Image Entertainment
PBS
Directed by Howard Davies
Written by Michael Frayn (play)
Howard Davies (adaptation)
Starring Francesca Annis
Daniel Craig
Stephen Rea
Music by Dominic Muldowney
Cinematography Ian Wilson
Editing by Kevin Lester
Production company BBC
KCET
Country United Kingdom
Language English
Release date
  • 27 September 2002 (2002-09-27)
Running time 90 minutes

Copenhagen is a 2002 British television film by director Howard Davies from Michael Frayn's 1998 Tony Award-winning play of the same name.

Summary[edit]

The story concerns a meeting between the physicists Niels Bohr and Werner Heisenberg in Copenhagen in 1941, and probes Heisenberg's role in the German atomic bomb program during World War II.

Cast[edit]

Copenhagen starred Stephen Rea as Bohr, Daniel Craig as Heisenberg, and Francesca Annis as Margrethe Bohr.

Production[edit]

The film was produced by BBC Fictionlab for BBC Four, in association with KCET.

Transmission[edit]

The film was first broadcast on BBC Four on 26 September 2002, preceded by a prologue with Frayn, and followed by an epilogue by Michio Kaku and a documentary on the historical events. It was broadcast in the United States on Public Broadcasting Service (PBS) Public television.

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