directed by Kresten Vestbjerg Andersen, Thorbjørn Christoffersen and Stefan Fjeldmark
Denmark 2004

 

Poor Terkel. His parents don't understand him, his teachers don't understand him, his uncle doesn't understand him, his best friend doesn't understand him, and going to school is a pain, as he is being bullied. And worse, someone is threatening to kill him, for reasons unknown to him.

Based on characters developed by Danish comedian Anders Anders Matthesen for a childrens radio show, "Terkel i knibe" is without parallels the most offensive, most profane, most non political correct, most violent and funniest Danish film to date.

Entirely made by computer animation, "Terkel i knibe" has since its release been approached with great interest by animators, as the entire film was made for a fraction of the cost of what American animations costs.

Recieving standing ovations at festivals, amongst others San Sebastian and Tribeca, and having become a cult favorite amongst animation-fans around the world, "Terkel i knibe" is a film worth checking out for those who have grown tired of sacharine animation.

Henrik Sylow

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Theatrical Release: March 20, 2004 (NatFilm Festival)

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DVD Review: Nordisk Film (Special Edition) - Region 2 - PAL

Big thanks to Henrik Sylow for the Review!

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Nordisk Film

Region 2 - PAL

Runtime 1:17:08
Video

1.78:1 Original Aspect Ratio

16X9 enhanced
Average Bitrate: 7.59 mb/s
PAL 720x576 25.00 f/s

NOTE: The Vertical axis represents the bits transferred per second. The Horizontal is the time in minutes.

Bitrate

Audio 5.1 Dolby Digital Danish, DTS Danish
Subtitles Danish, English, None
Features Release Information:
Studio: Nordisk Film

Aspect Ratio:
Widescreen anamorphic - 1.78:1

Edition Details:
• Audio commentary by Uncle Stewart
• Deleted scenes
• Casting
• Sound recordings
• Karaoke and Music Videos
• Teaser and Trailers
• Easter Eggs
• and more...
• * extras not subtitled

DVD Release Date: October 6, 2004
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Comments A true digital transfer, the image is flawless and simply beautiful. Colors are vivid and contrast levels superb.

The sound is very dynamic. Bass is deep and chainsaws really push the rears.

Sadly the extras are not subtitled, as they are a riot. The audio commentary is one of the "actors", who sit and bullshits throughout the film, with little or no idea of whats going on, except when he himself is on screen. The Casting is the "actors" being cast and they drive the directors insane. Still quiet funny, even though foreigners wont understand what they say.

 - Henrik Sylow

 

 



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