It's a mystery how Peter Schonau Fog manages to combine child abuse, a study of a rural community, affecting tragedy and black comedy into a satisfying whole, but in "The Art of Crying" he pulls it off. A gently offbeat study of a Jutland family in the early 1970s as seen through the merciless, innocent gaze of an 11 year-old boy, this refreshingly unconventional pic tackles its taboos with
compassion, grace and wit.
Jonathan Holland, Variety

Emotionally devastating and astonishingly mature, this is a unique feature debut. Steve Gravestock, Toronto International Filmfestival

A young Scandinavian genius tackles Bergmanesque themes of family taboos and relationships with pathos, humor, and a loving eye. Chiseko Tanaka, Tokyo International Film Festival

Tuesday, January 16, 2007

The Art of Crying invited to Dublin International Film Festival

The Art of Crying/Kunsten at græde i kor has been invited to:

(Feb 16 - 25)

The Jameson Dublin International Film Festival is one of the most high profile events in Ireland and screens over 100 film premieres and hosts many popular forums throughout the 10 days. It invites and hosts a number of high profile guests and provides an attractive and diverse selection of the best in contemporary world cinema.

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