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The Kingdom (1994)

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The first part of a Danish miniseries that has been edited into two massive films, "Riget" is set in the neurosurgical ward of Copenhagen's Rigshospitalet, the city and country's main hospital, nicknamed "Riget". The show follows a number of characters, both staff and patients, as they encounter bizarre phenomena, both human and supernatural.

Directors: Lars von Trier, Morten Arnfred.
Writers: Tómas Gislason, Niels Vørsel, Lars von Trier.

Release Date: 1994-11-23
Status: Released
Run time: 273 min / 4:33
Production Company : Zentropa
Production Country: Denmark
Release Date: 1994-11-23
Status: Released
Run time: 273 min / 4:33

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Ernst-Hugo Järegård
as Stig Helmer
Laura Christensen
as Mona Jensen
Baard Owe
as Palle Bondo
Kirsten Rolffes
as Sigrid Drusse
Holger Juul Hansen
as Einar Moesgaard
Søren Pilmark
as Jørgen Krogshøj
Ghita Nørby
as Rigmor Mortensen
Jens Okking
as Bulder Harly Drusse
Annevig Schelde Ebbe
as Mary Krüger
Peter Mygind
as Morten 'Mogge' Moesgaard
Ole Boisen
as Christian
Thomas Bo Larsen
as Falken
Ole Dupont
as Læge
Udo Kier
as Lillebror
Lars von Trier
as Himself
Michael Simpson
as Dyrepasser


Directing Lars von Trier Director
Directing Morten Arnfred Director
Writing Tómas Gislason Screenplay
Writing Niels Vørsel Screenplay
Writing Lars von Trier Screenplay
Production Ole Reim Producer
Production Bo Lindquist Producer
Sound Joachim Holbek Music
Camera Eric Kress Director of Photography
Editing Molly Malene Stensgaard Editor
Editing Jacob Thuesen Editor
Editing Pernille Bech Christensen Editor
Sound Peter Christian Hansen Sound Designer

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