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Jesper W. Nielsen directs from a script by Christian Torpe, an adaptation of the hit 2004 novel by Danish author Christian Jungersen, which sold more than 200,000 copies in Denmark and has been published in 20 countries worldwide.
Knudsen, whose credits also include Westworld and The Duke of Burgundy, is joined by a strong female cast that also includes Danica, Amanda Collin (A Horrible Woman), and Lene Maria Christensen (Terribly Happy).
The story follows two women, Iben and Malene (played by Danica and Amanda), working at a small NGO in Copenhagen that specialises in genocide and crimes against humanity. When they begin to receive death threats, they suspect a Serbian war criminal; but then they start suspecting and turning against each other.
“The Exception is a nerve-racking thriller that depicts how refined adult maturation can evolve into a terrible game about life and death”, said the press release.
“I am really impressed with those actresses and it’s been a dream for a long time to work with them,” said Danica.
Financiers are the Danish Film Institute, DR, West Danish Film Fund, Creative Europe Media, and Nordisk Film & TV Fond.
Sources: Screen Daily and Berlingske
This is an article from Cinema Scandinavia about Danica’s new series that will air in September.
Two Danish television series have been selected for the official competition at Series Mania, which is a major television festival and industry event that is held in France.
The first of the two series in the competition is The Rain, which is also Denmark’s first Netflix Original Series. Starring Mikkel Boe Følsgaard and Alba August, the series is about two siblings who embark on a journey for safety after a virus wipes out most of the population.
The series will be released on Netflix on the 8th of May 2018.
The second series is Warrior, directed and co-written by Christoffer Boe.
Two Danish series produced by Miso Film will screen in the official competition. Warrior is a crime drama starring Dar Salim and Danica Curcic that explores loyalty and treachery among war veterans, bikers and the police force. The series was first pitched at Series Mania’s Co-Production Forum in 2016.
There are rumors that Danica Curcic will be on the film Ut og stæjele Hester (Out Stealing Horses) based on the namesake 2003 Norwergian novel by Per Petterson. The film is expected to have its premiere on February 10, 2019 and has received NOK 11.8 million from the Norwegian Film Institute.
According to IMDb, the filming has already started and Danica is part of the cast, which has Stellan Skarsgård and Bjørn Floberg confirmed.
We’re waiting for a confirmation from Danica herself or Lindberg Managenement.
“It’s been only five years since I left theater school, so I hadn’t imagined that I would be in that category. It’s so wild”, said Danica Curcic, when she had received Lauritzen Prisen of 250,000 Danish krones on Sunday afternoon (Sep. 10).
The talented actress is used to it with awards.
At home in her house at Amager, she has both a Bodil and a Robert standing for the movie ‘Silent Heart’. Along with the Nordic Film Prize and Ove Sprogøe Prize. She also has a Shooting Star from Berlin Film Festival in 2014.
“It’s a huge recognition and a big blow on my shoulder that motivates me to get even better,” said Danica Curcic, full of film and television career. Both here [in Denmark] and abroad.
“I’m waiting to see if I’m going to the United States if there’s another season of ‘The Mist’,” she says about the Stephen King series on Netflix, which she has a leading role on season 1, where she played Mia Lambert.
In Denmark, she plays the lead role in the “Darling” feature film, which will premiere later in the fall, and next year she will play the female lead role as a politician in a new Danish television series.
“It’s Christoffer Boes’ mini series ‘Warriors’, which will be premiere for next fall on TV2. And it has been insane exciting with Dar Salim in the male main role and a lot of cool new players, “says Danica Curcic.
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