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They have surtprised the Danes quite a bit :unsure::blink:

No Royal Highness BS when talking to them etc. Just talk like they are normal people. We don't expect that from Royals outside Scandinavia I think. :D

Their visit have been on the news every evening ;)

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Their visit have been on the news every evening ;)

Just look away. :lol:

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Odd to see Sofie in Sarah costume smiling.

Did you see the pic where the DoC grabbed Sofies gun?

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So you're a fan of Sofie, Bri? Did you know that she's doing TV commercials for an Austrian insurance company? It's one of those multi-part/"to-be-continued", episode-like marketing campaigns, where she plays a single mother with a teenage daughter who has a romantic interest in her neighbor. She's in that company's print ads as well.

I think this was the first of those spots:

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So you're a fan of Sofie, Bri? Did you know that she's doing TV commercials for an Austrian insurance company? It's one of those multi-part/"to-be-continued", episode-like marketing campaigns, where she plays a single mother with a teenage daughter who has a romantic interest in her neighbor. She's in that company's print ads as well.

I think this was the first of those spots:

She's a great actor I think. Well, better than most others.

I did not know about that commercial :D The guy in the commercial is her partner in the second season of "Forbrydelsen" :)

This is her best moment in film :D

All of the actors (except 1) have been in bigger international movies since this one B) You may actually recognize some of them *LOL*

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This movie is also fantastic :lol::D

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Funny thing is, I didn't even know she was a well-known actress in Denmark. Only about three months or so ago, my wife and I watched the original Danish version of the film "Nightwatch" (later remade in the U.S. with Ewan McGregor and Nick Nolte) in which she starred. Until about half an hour into the movie I kept thinking, dammit, that girl looks familiar, and then it finally clicked: "That's the woman from those insurance company commercials!" :D

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Funny thing is, I didn't even know she was a well-known actress in Denmark. Only about three months or so ago, my wife and I watched the original Danish version of the film "Nightwatch" (later remade in the U.S. with Ewan McGregor and Nick Nolte) in which she starred. Until about half an hour into the movie I kept thinking, dammit, that girl looks familiar, and then it finally clicked: "That's the woman from those insurance company commercials!" :D

:lol: :lol:

Sometimes you do see familiar faces you just can't place :D

I had another one the other day. The movie called "Unknown Identity" with Liam Neeson and Aidan Quinn. There is another guy in it, Frank Langella and I just couldn't place him as he looked familiar. Then suddenly it hit me...... FROST/NIXON!! He played Richard Nixon :lol:

Btw, the original Nightwatch is far superior to the remake! B) It's just WAY batter acted all the way through.

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Sometimes you do see familiar faces you just can't place :D

I had another one the other day. The movie called "Unknown Identity" with Liam Neeson and Aidan Quinn. There is another guy in it, Frank Langella and I just couldn't place him as he looked familiar. Then suddenly it hit me...... FROST/NIXON!! He played Richard Nixon :lol:

Frank Langella also played the title role in John Badham's 1979 "Dracula" movie...I'd always recognize him from there! ;)

Btw, the original Nightwatch is far superior to the remake! B) It's just WAY batter acted all the way through.

I fully agree.

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Sometimes you do see familiar faces you just can't place :D

I had another one the other day. The movie called "Unknown Identity" with Liam Neeson and Aidan Quinn. There is another guy in it, Frank Langella and I just couldn't place him as he looked familiar. Then suddenly it hit me...... FROST/NIXON!! He played Richard Nixon :lol:

Frank Langella also played the title role in John Badham's 1979 "Dracula" movie...I'd always recognize him from there! ;)

Btw, the original Nightwatch is far superior to the remake! B) It's just WAY batter acted all the way through.

I fully agree.

I can see why he have played Dracula :lol: he does lok like him *LOL*

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I can't believe Cameron and Camilla like The Killing :( I'll have to sell the boxset now.

I'm on the second series of Borgen - even better than the first imo.

Looking forward to Bron/Broen too.

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I can't believe Cameron and Camilla like The Killing :( I'll have to sell the boxset now.

I'm on the second series of Borgen - even better than the first imo.

Looking forward to Bron/Broen too.

Re Borgen 2, did you buy the DVDs? Cheapest I saw was about £56. At that price, I'll wait for BBC 4.

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Hell no! That's about a fortnight's worth of my unemployment money! ;)

I downloaded it from either ThePirateBay or isohunt (I think the former).

It's on dvdr too - so you get the exact same layout as on the dvd - chapters/menus etc.

I know it's illegal - and i hope the SRA don't read Greasylake :lol:

But I did buy the first series on dvd - so that's my justification!

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Yes, just checked - it was the piratebay.

The 17.5gb version (i think)

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Yes, just checked - it was the piratebay.

The 17.5gb version (i think)

Thx, big download tho, I'll wait - I think.

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Yes, that's true - although it is split into discs - three or four x4gb from memory, so you can download individually.

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I can't believe Cameron and Camilla like The Killing :( I'll have to sell the boxset now.

I'm on the second series of Borgen - even better than the first imo.

Looking forward to Bron/Broen too.

I agree about Borgen. It does get better. And more personal.

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I don't even have a downloaded version of any Danish TV series :lol:

The only TV series boxsets I have are MUST HAVES!!

1. Magnum P.I.

2. Deadwood

3. Band of Brothers

4. The Pacific.

I am missing two which I will buy someday when I have the cash..

The West Wing

Miami Vice

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I don't even have a downloaded version of any Danish TV series :lol:

The only TV series boxsets I have are MUST HAVES!!

1. Magnum P.I.

2. Deadwood

3. Band of Brothers

4. The Pacific.

I am missing two which I will buy someday when I have the cash..

The West Wing

Miami Vice

I always loved the use of music in Miami Vice.

I have a load of Comedy series on DVD, I find I can watch them again and again.

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I don't even have a downloaded version of any Danish TV series :lol:

The only TV series boxsets I have are MUST HAVES!!

1. Magnum P.I.

2. Deadwood

3. Band of Brothers

4. The Pacific.

I am missing two which I will buy someday when I have the cash..

The West Wing

Miami Vice

I always loved the use of music in Miami Vice.

I have a load of Comedy series on DVD, I find I can watch them again and again.

Agreed. The best combi ever of music and TV series!

Also one of the reasons it is a MUST HAVE :D

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I can't believe Cameron and Camilla like The Killing sad.gif I'll have to sell the boxset now.

I'm on the second series of Borgen - even better than the first imo.

Looking forward to Bron/Broen too.

This is your lucky day, unless you have already sold it. :lol:

Cameron added: "Let's try and make sure we produce the hits of the future, rather than having to brush up on our Danish and read the subtitles."

http://www.digitalspy.co.uk/tv/news/a562330/david-cameron-bbc-should-make-more-homegrown-shows.html#~oAtSWFYe4wPFzl

If it's anything like over here, imported series are dirt cheap compared to homemade ones.

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