Denmark | 2019 | fiction | 22 min. Short film competition

This unpretentious short film debut of Sara Hjort Ditlevsen about complex family relations endears the viewer with its honesty and simplicity. Focused on youth, it is boldly looking into the future. Katrine has not seen her brother Bror since early childhood. Nervous, she goes to their first meeting with many expectations as well as fears. Will the siblings be able to reconstruct the broken bond? Will they manage to overcome the barriers which were raised not only because of their separation, different experiences or being brought up in different environments?

directed by

Sara Hjort Ditlevsen Festival guest

An actress, writer and director. Her professional acting career began at age 17 in the TV-series "Performances". In 2016 she graduated from the Danish National School of Performing Arts and has appeared in short films, series and feature films. She won a Bodil Award (the Danish Critic Association) for her lead role in the feature film "Excuse Me". Her interest in writing and directing started while working in front of the camera. She wrote and acted in the viral film "Europe" that served as a humanitarian outcry in the refugee debate. "Bror" is her directorial debut.

Jonatan Mose
Sara Hjort Ditlevsen
Simun Mohr
Carla Luffe
Maj Andersson (Iconic Film)
Film screenings:
Tuesday, May 28 15:00 | Mikro + meeting with creators:
director Sara Hjort Ditlevsen