Copenhagen 2014
Title: Copenhagen
Release year: 2014

When the girl of your dreams is half your age, it’s time to grow up.

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“Copenhagen” is a 2014 movie directed by Mark Raso, based on the play of the same name by Michael Frayn. The movie follows the story of a young American named William (played by Gethin Anthony) who travels to Copenhagen to find his grandfather’s friend and former colleague, a physicist named Werner Heisenberg (played by Ole Christoffer Ertvaag). William hopes to learn more about his grandfather’s past, and the two men engage in a series of discussions about science, politics, and morality.

Overall, “Copenhagen” is a thought-provoking and well-acted movie that explores some interesting themes. The dialogue is smart and engaging, and the performances by the three leads are all strong. Gethin Anthony brings a nice sense of naivety and curiosity to his role as William, while Ole Christoffer Ertvaag does a great job of portraying the complex and enigmatic Heisenberg. Barbara Sukowa, who plays Heisenberg’s wife, is also excellent.

One of the strengths of the movie is the way it tackles big ideas without being too heavy-handed or didactic. The discussions between William and Heisenberg cover a wide range of topics, including the nature of truth, the responsibility of scientists, and the morality of using science for destructive purposes. These themes are all relevant and thought-provoking, and the movie does a good job of exploring them in a way that is accessible to viewers.

That being said, “Copenhagen” is not a perfect movie. At times, the pacing feels a bit slow, and some of the scenes drag on a bit too long. Additionally, the movie can be a bit heavy on exposition, with characters explaining complex scientific and political concepts in a way that feels a bit forced.

Overall, though, “Copenhagen” is a well-made and intellectually stimulating movie that is worth watching for anyone interested in science, history, or philosophy.

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Director: Mark Raso
Actor: Asbjørn Krogh Nissen,Baard Owe,Christian Brandt,Frederikke Dahl Hansen,Gethin Anthony,Gordon Kennedy,Hélène Kuhn,Jane Pejtersen,John Samuelsen,Julie Christiansen,Lars-Bo Johansen,Mads Korsgaard,Martin Hestbæk,Mille Dinesen,Miriam Schön Raagaard,Olivia Grant,Peter Eriksen,Preben Ravn,Sebastian Armesto,Sebastian Bull,Silja Eriksen Jensen,Sofia Elisa Løwe-Madsen,Sune Kofoed,Tamzin Merchant,Thomas Buttenschøn,Zaki Nobel Mehabil