Allow me to take you to the best movies Danish film has delivered. With an enormous number of exceptional youthful chiefs, Denmark is perhaps the most fascinating current film country. Where Denmark used to be principally known for youngsters’ series and movies, it currently creates extremely significant surprisingly realistic show’s of a top notch.

In the mid 2000’s Danish film was presumably at its tallness, however they are as yet viewed as among the most famous European movies. Only two years prior Susanne Bier indeed helped us to remember what Denmark is able to do. With ‘In a Better World’ she won the Oscar for best unknown dialect film in 2011. In addition, Lars von Trier’s abnormal question and answer session at the Cannes Film Festival caused an overall episode. His wonderful film ‘Sadness’, in any case, actually figured out how to get the prize for the best film. Inspired by Danish film now? An incredible method of getting to know Danish film is by watching the accompanying Danish present day works of art.

Festen (1998)

The most renowned and observed Danish film was children’s cinema shot in the Dogma 95 style with a handheld camera. ‘Festen’ or ‘The Celebration’ is one of the incomparable Danish classics.The story is about an affluent Danish family that meets up to praise the birthday of the family’s patriarch. On this glad event his child plans to let everybody know what sort of a man his dad truly is. The chief Vinterberg arrived at one more gigantic accomplishment with his widely praised dramatization film ‘Jagten’.

Later the Wedding (2005)

This is Susanne Bier’s worldwide achievement featuring the incomparable Danish entertainer Mads Mikkelsen (popular for his job as the miscreant in James Bond’s Casino Royale). It is perhaps the most notable Danish movies of the last year. Every individual who considers Danish workmanship house will promptly make reference to this astonishing film. It is about a Danish director of a shelter in Africa. At the point when the halfway house is going to close because of monetary issues he gets a gift from somebody back in Denmark. The main condition for getting the gift is that he returns to Denmark to visit a wedding. There he discovers a wide range of insider facts from quite a while ago.

In a Better World (2011)

Last year’s Academy Award Winner. It won the Oscar for best unknown dialect film, and is one of Susanna Bier’s absolute best works. The film is around two young men investigating the idea of vengeance (the Danish title ‘Heavnen’ signifies retribution). All around recorded and coordinated film with incredible acting and a solid storyline. In 2012 Susanna Bier followed this weighty movie up by coordinating a lot lighter lighthearted comedy featuring Pierce Brosnan.