Manslaughter (2005 film)

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Drabet poster.jpg
Theatrical release poster
Directed by Per Fly
Produced by Ib Tardini
Written by Per Fly
Mogens Rukov
Kim Leona
Starring Beate Bille
Jesper Christensen
Pernilla August
Charlotte Fich
Music by Halfdan E
Cinematography Harald Paalgard
Edited by Morten Giese
Distributed by Nordisk Film
Release date
August 26, 2005
Running time
100 min
Country Denmark
Language Danish

Manslaughter (Danish: Drabet) is a 2005 Danish film written and directed by Per Fly. The film stars Jesper Christensen, Beate Bille and Pernilla August as well as Fly's wife Charlotte Fich.

Manslaughter won the Nordic Council Film Prize in 2005, multiple awards at the 2006 Bodil Awards — including Best Actor, Best Film and Best Supporting actress — as well as being nominated for several other major film awards. Beate Bille also received a Shooting Star Award at the 2006 Berlin International Film Festival for her role in the film.[1]

The film is part of a trilogy by Fly about the Danish society. Bænken is about the underclass, Arven about the upperclass and Manslaughter about the middleclass.



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