Klovn (“Clown”) is a Danish sitcom, which was released on the Danish TV channel TV2 Zulu. Consists on 60 episodes spread over 6 seasons, each episode lasting 25 minutes. It focuses on the life of the main character Frank Hvam and Casper Christensen playing versions of themselves. in a sort of docu-comedy. They have the same job, the same friends, and often the same family relations as they do in real life. In Klovn, however, things happen that definitely do not happen in real life as we know it. Klovn often balances between friendly mocking and defiling .
Breathtaking animated film inspired by the paintings of famous Dutch painter Vincent Willem van Gogh. “Loving Vincent” tell the story of the complicated life of Van Gogh, rebuilt with more than 800 letters written until his death in 1890. A life full of misunderstandings and artistic rejections, heartbreaks, and economic difficulties that made him practically live in misery for a part of his life.
Previously I mentioned my experience with the world of opera, and as I mentioned, my beginnings were unusual and a bit messy, so it is time to acquire more knowledge about historical concepts, technical and musical concepts to try to rearrange my mind.
One month ago a govermement institution inform me about the chance to start a new adventure in Italy, Since that I have tried to catch up with materials and knowledge that had not been studied in depth by priority issues than others which are presumably more competent facing the laboral world.
Rakesh Roshan started off as an actor with T. Prakash Rao’s, ‘Ghar Ghar Ki Kahani’ (1970). Apart from this film, he has worked in more than 60 films throughout his career. His father, Roshanlal Nagrath was a famous music director of Bollywood and Rajesh Roshan, his younger brother is also into the same line of music direction. He has his own personal production company named ‘Filmkraft’ which was inaugurated in the year 1980. The first project undertaken by Filmkraft was Surendra Mohan’s ‘Aap Ke Deewane’. As a director, his first film was (‘Khudgarz’,1987) following which he went on to direct numerous blockbuster films namely (‘Kishan Kanhaiya’,1990) and (‘Karan Arjun’,1995). He is well known for directing movies which begins with the letter ‘K’. In the mid-90s, he acted in films occasionally and his entire focus was mostly on directing movies.
Borgen is the colloquial term that is known to Christiansborg Palace, seat of the three state powers and the Prime Minister’s office. Borgen’s show story begins three days before the general election, which will elect the new Prime Minister. Birgitte Nyborg, the main protagonist, is a candidate for the Moderate Party, a party hinge rather than a party with chances of success. But after the electoral surprise, Birgitte becomes Prime Minister of the country. From that moment and to work for the Danes, fighting traps the opposition and trying to keep their promises electorales.A his side will, almost always, his communications chief, the young and ambitious Kasper Juul, dealing with the media, trying to communicate correctly and government actions relating to parties that formed the coalition politics.
The Oresund bridge, 16 kilometers and two train lines and four lanes of cars, is the longest of its kind in the Old Continent, linking the Danish capital Copenhagen with the Swedish city of Malmo. Its -for construction of a Danish company, another Swedish and German collaboration. This is a smart and very well planned excuse for that Danes and Swedes are combined in the cast, thus satisfying both co-production partners. In Sweden it seems more organized and cold. In Denmark all seems closer, warmer.This production of the DR Danish and Swedish TV station SVT (Bron in Swedish, Broen in Danish) is an intense police thriller in ten chapters have time to pose the interesting questions and dilemmas viewer through a story in which people of all kinds, regardless of apparent connection together, they end up in the hands of the same man.
My contact with Europe has been between France and Italy, so three years ago I decided to go to Poland to make an internship. Country that had a good reputation with Erasmus supposedly had a good level of English to practice. But one reason for moving there was the challenge of living in a location with temperatures below zero and supporting the lack of light. This last is not uncommon counting in my city in winter dusk 3 hours later than in Poland.
Well, until then, I thought a little more dominated Europe until I met Mads Mikkelsen. A tall, dark and with an exotic command of English language. I tried to do some research on it and I was surprised that he was Danish. DENMARK !! Northern Germany … no? but they were blond, barbarians and have the Ikea. NOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO !! Ikea is Swedish !! and with globalization there is much mixing … because nothing was going my ignorance diluted as it was seeing his works and knowing the culture and Danish history.