“Rosa Morena”, Award-winning Film about Adoption
Thomas is a 42 year-old, successful architect. He is single, gay and yearns to become a father. When his application for adoption is refused in Denmark he travels to Brazil to adopt a child on the black market.
“A pleasant surprise – a feel-good movie with zero-tolerance towards sentimentality,” wrote reviewer Kim Skotte about “Rosa Morena” in respected Danish daily, Politiken, and awarded the film four hearts out of six possible.
“Rosa Morena” was awarded a special prize for “Best Feature Film” at Saõ Paulo International Film Festival 2010.
“Rosa Morena” is Danish-Brazilian film about adoption and the difference between poor and rich societies. Watch it at Falkoner Biografen.
Event: “Rosa Morena” – a Danish-Brazilian film about adoption, the difference between poor and rich societies and quality of life
When: Every day from 12 Noon
Where: Falkoner Biografen, Sylows Allé 15, 2000 Frederiksberg
Booking: Book your ticket(s) at Kino.dk
Enjoy “Rosa Morena”
Book your ticket(s) at Falkoner Biografen. After the movie go round the corner and grab one of the best (all though somewhat pricey) burgers in the city at Café Sokkelund or have take-away from our almost neighbour, MadSynergi.
Falkoner Biografen is a one-stop journey on the metro, or a leisurely ten minute bike-ride, from Avenue Hotel.
“Rosa Morena” is shown in Danish and Portuguese with Danish subtitles. If you don’t understand Danish we recommend that you consider watching “Mao’s Last Dancer” or “Water for Elephants” instead. Both movies are shown at Falkoner Biografen in English with Danish subtitles.