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Frontline | Frontline | Annika BERG | Denmark | 2017 | 95min | DCP | color | Fiction
Director Annika BERG Screenplay Annika BERG Producer Katja ADOMEIT Cinematography Louise MCAUGLIN, Maria PASENAU Art Director N/A Editor Sofie MARIE KRISTENSEN Sound Sigrid D.P.A JENSEN Music N/A Cast Eja PENELOPE ROEPSTORFF, Ida GLITRE, Ira RØNNENFELT, Maja LETH BANG, Mathilde LINNEA DAUGAARD JENSEN, Mia MY ELISE PEDERSEN, Sara MORLING, Zara MUNCH BJARNUM

Program Schedule

Code Date Time Theater Info Ticket
218 2018. 05. 05 13:00 CGV Jeonjugosa 2
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535 2018. 05. 08 17:30 CGV Jeonjugosa 8
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938 2018. 05. 12 17:30 CGV Jeonjugosa 8
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  • Review

    In a small town in Denmark, there are girls in youth clubs that oppose the demands of the world. Living always with brightly colored leggings, Pikachu, and flipping off, they are not seeking romance but seeking their own position. The young wanderers, strong when they are together, reveal their vulnerable selves when they are alone. Editing is disruptive as it reflects the anxiety of the youth, and the color is loud. The majority of shorts alternate between video clips, internet photograms, and advertising images. Annika Berg created an innovative aesthetic based on the world of Instagram and the tumbler motif. She does not follow the rules of traditional linear narrative and moral, just as her funky girls. The film, a loose exploration of femininity, is an answer to what the film is in the new media age. [JANG Byungwon]

Director

Annika BERG

Bron in 1987, Denmark. From 2003 to 2006 she attended Station Next?a 3-year film program for young talents based just outside of Copenhagen. In 2011 she was accepted to the highly appraised National Film School of Denmark. She graduated in 2015 to critical acclaim for her graduation film Sia(2015), which also won best short film at the Danish Robert Awards 2017.