The Hideaway Trailer

The Hideaway Trailer (1991)

"Martin's friend is on the run ..." 29 November 1991 Drama, Foreign

The fugitive becomes a sort of father figure to the 12 year old Martin (Kasper Andersen). Martin (Mov for short) feeds the man, dresses his wounds, and generally nurses him back to health. The hideaway in turn gives the boy companionship and a much needed role model, despite his run-ins with the law.

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Cast

Kasper Tuxen

as Møv (as Kasper Andersen)

Allan Winther

as Funder

International Releases Dates

Denmark 29 November 1991

Sweden 19 February 1993

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