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|Directed by||Thomas Borch Nielsen|
|Produced by||Søren Juul Petersen|
|Written by||Thomas Borch Nielsen|
|Music by||Arne Schultz|
|Editing by||Kasper Leick|
|Distributed by||Scanbox (Denmark)
Sterling Home Entertainment (USA)
|Release date(s)||1998 (Denmark)|
|Running time||97 mins|
It stars Danish actor Lars Bom as the cerebral, machine-like hacker-turned-webmaster J.B., who performs his job while hanging upside down, wearing virtual reality goggles, his mind busy deep inside cyberspace. Upon witnessing a murder, he teams up with the impulsive, energetic Miauv (Puk Scharbau).
The movie was financed by the Danish bank "Forstædernes Bank"  and the final production cost was not disclosed by neither producers nor the director. When the movie was released in Denmark in 1998 it was met with mixed reviews and was released on VHS, never appearing in Danish movie theaters.
- Skyggen at the Internet Movie Database
- Skyggen at the Danish National Filmography
- Zeitgeist (production company)
- Danmarks Film Akademi
- Forstædernes Bank is no longer a functional lending and savings institution.
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