Isfugle Trailer

Isfugle Trailer (1983)

26 December 1983 Drama 90 mins

John and René are in their twenties, close friends but different enough for René to be nicknamed Thunderbird, while John remains just plain John. John feels irresistibly drawn into Thunderbird's orbit, but René isn't all flash. He actually longs to share John's plainness and quiet calm.

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Cast

Rita Angela

as Johns mor

Dick Kaysø

as Renes far

Anne-Lise Gabold

as Renes fars nye kone

Troels Munk

as Johns mester

Geert Vindahl

as Johns arbejdskammerat

International Releases Dates

Denmark 26 December 1983

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