Carl, My Childhood Symphony Trailer

Carl, My Childhood Symphony Trailer (1994)

04 February 1994 Drama, Music 125 mins

Combining the exultant sweep of epic period drama with the subtle intimacy of biography in a social perspective, this is a tale of materially impoverished childhood, struggling early manhood and an unrequited first love turned into good musical fortune for Carl Nielsen, one of the great composers of the 20th century. Based on the composer's autobiography, the film itself is designed to soar like a symphony.

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Cast

Morten Gundel

as Carl 1

Stina Ekblad

as Kirstine (Mother)

Jesper Milsted

as Niels (Father)

Leif Sylvester

as Blind Anders

Frits Helmuth

as Outzen

Torben Zeller

as Shoemaker

Waage Sandø

as Consul

Michael Lindvad

as Landowner

Sandra Friis

as Anne-Sofie

Steven Pedersen

as Sigfred 1

Crew

Claus Loof

Claus Loof Director of Photography

Andy Pape

Original Music Composer

Palle Arestrup

Palle Arestrup Production Design

Manon Rasmussen

Manon Rasmussen Costume Design

Sanne Arnt Torp

Sanne Arnt Torp Production Manager

International Releases Dates

Denmark 04 February 1994

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