Markus Rygaard as Elias and William Johnk Nielsen as Christian. Photo by Per Arnesen, Courtesy of Sony Pictures Classics.
- Markus Rygaard
- William Johnk Nielsen
- Bodil Jorgensen
- Elsebeth Steentoft
- Martin Buch
- Anette Stovelbaek
- Kim Bodnia
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In a Better World (2010/2011)
Also Known As: Haevnen
Opened: 04/01/2011 Limited
|Sunshine Cinema||04/01/2011 - 05/05/2011||35 days|
|The Landmark||04/01/2011 - 04/28/2011||28 days|
|Lincoln Plaza||04/01/2011 - 04/21/2011||21 days|
|Arclight/Holly...||04/01/2011 - 04/14/2011||14 days|
|Laemmle's Play...||04/08/2011 - 04/28/2011||21 days|
|Laemmle's Town...||04/08/2011 - 04/28/2011||21 days|
|Kendall Square...||04/15/2011 - 04/21/2011||7 days|
|Fallbrook 7||04/22/2011 - 05/05/2011||14 days|
|Monica 4-Plex||04/22/2011 - 04/28/2011||7 days|
|Claremont 5||04/22/2011 - 04/28/2011||7 days|
|Music Hall 3||04/29/2011 - 05/19/2011||21 days|
|Quad Cinema/NYC||05/06/2011 - 05/12/2011||7 days|
Trailer: Click for trailer
Genre: Danish Drama (In Danish and Swedish w/English subtitles)
Rated: R for violent and disturbing content some involving preteens, and for language.
Anton is a doctor who commutes between his home in an idyllic town in Denmark, and his work at an African refugee camp. In these two very different worlds, he and his family are faced with conflicts that lead them to difficult choices between revenge and forgiveness.
Anton and his wife Marianne, who have two young sons, are separated and struggling with the possibility of divorce. Their older, ten-year-old son Elias is being bullied at school, until he is defended by Christian, a new boy who has just moved from London with his father, Claus. Christian's mother recently lost her battle with cancer, and Christian is greatly troubled by her death.
Elias and Christian quickly form a strong bond, but when Christian involves Elias in a dangerous act of revenge with potentially tragic consequences, their friendship is tested and lives are put in danger. Ultimately, it is their parents who are left to help them come to terms with the complexity of human emotions, pain and empathy.