The intense Danish youth drama, “Frit Fald” premiered on Thursday 28 April. Catch it at Palads København, a leisurely ten minutes bike-ride from Avenue Hotel.
14-year old Louise lives with her grandparents because her mother is in jail. When her mother is released on parole Louise re-establishes contact with her on the sly.Louise idolizes her mother, who introduces Louise to her enticing world of parties, drugs and men without considering that Louise is still a child…
“A beautiful and touching Danish youth film,” wrote reviewer Anne Sophie Engberg about “Frit Fald” in respected Danish daily, Politiken, and awarded the film five hearts out of six possible.
“Frit Fald” (“Free Fall”) is an intense Danish Youth Film, which premiered on Thursday 28 April.
Event: “Frit Fald” (“Free Fall”), a Danish youth film When: Every day from 12 Noon Where: Palads København and all over the country Booking: Book your ticket(s) at Kino.dk
Enjoy “Frit Fald” Read the review of “Frit Fald” in Politiken (sorry, only in Danish) and book your ticket(s) at Palads Biografen. Palads Biografen is a leisurely ten minutes bike-ride from Avenue Hotel.
And remember the lounge bar at Avenue Hotelis open before and after the film.
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