Nakskov 1:50

For many years Nakskov was known as one of Denmark’s ‘reddest’ towns. The shipyard and sugar factory defined the town's identity and Nakskov was in many ways an ideal model for a modern town in the welfare state of Denmark. So much so, in fact, that Matilda Mester literal-ly analyses Nakskov as a miniature version of how the relationship between province, politics and proletariat has changed over the years, inspired by the miniature model of the sugar facto-ry that the retired workers enjoy making in their spare time. The result is a loving and attentive local history portrait of a city and the people who have shaped it over the years.
Credits
Script: Matilda Mester
Camera: Matilda Mester, Bruno Derksen
Editing: Matilda Mester
Producer: Matilda Mester, Maximilian Haslberger, Balthasar Busmann
Sound: Jan Bachmann, Anna Sofie Hartmann, Henrike Meyer, Fritzi Friedrich
Music: Felia Gram-Hanssen
DirectorRegie: Matilda Mester
GenreGattung: documentary
Production CountryProduktionsland: Germany
Production CompanyProduktionsfirma: Deutsche Film- und Fernsehakademie Berlin
ProductionProduktion: 2022
Recording FormatDrehformat: Digital
Screening FormatVorführformat: 1:1,85
Frame RateBildgeschwindigkeit: 25 fps
Aspect RatioSeitenverhältnis: 1:1,85
Sound FormatTonformat: 5.1
LanguageSprache: Danish
FassungFassung: OmU
Running TimeLaufzeit: 90 min

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