Monas verden

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Monas verden
Monas verden.jpg
Directed by Jonas Elmer
Produced by Monica Steenberg
Written by Nikolaj Peyk,
based on a story by Jonas Elmer, in cooperation with web users and the film's actors.[1]
Starring Sidse Babett Knudsen,
Thomas Bo Larsen
Music by Halfdan E
Cinematography Morten Søborg
Edited by Mette Zeruneith
Distributed by Nordisk Film Biografdistribution
Release date(s) 7 September 2001
Running time 85 min.
Country Denmark
Language Danish

Monas verden (eng. Mona's World) is a Danish film from 2001, directed by Jonas Elmer.

The actors could work relatively freely of a script by Nikolaj Peyk.[2] The story was first created by Jonas Elmer with Sidse Babet Knudsen, and given to the actors (12-13 pages). A test filming of the improvisation took place, and was then made in to the script by Nikolaj Peyk.[3]

Jonas Elmer also had the idea of creating a website where everybody could write suggestions for the film, such as the actor's lines, the locations, the poster, taglines, logos, and the plot of the film.[4] The website (monasverden.tv2.dk) was put up in 2000.

Cast[edit]

Awards and nominations[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Monas verden, danskfilmogtv.dk
  2. ^ Drømmenes Mona, (Danish), Kristeligt Dagblad, September 7, 2001
  3. ^ At improvisere er at lytte, (Danish), information.dk, 2001
  4. ^ Publikum får indflydelse på Jonas Elmers nye film (Danish), Fyens Stiftstidende, August 2, 2000

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