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The Hideaway (1991)

Møv og Funder (original title)
A 12-year-old kid who misses his father becomes really affectionate with a young delinquent he just met.

Director:

Niels Gråbøl
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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Kasper Tuxen Kasper Tuxen ... Møv (as Kasper Andersen)
Allan Winther Allan Winther ... Funder
Ditte Gråbøl Ditte Gråbøl ... Moren (as Ditte Knudsen)
Niels Skousen Niels Skousen ... Mark
Kristine Horn Kristine Horn ... Rikke
Steen Svare Steen Svare ... Kriminalbetjent
Kim Jansson Kim Jansson ... Betjent
Nikolaj Thide Nikolaj Thide ... Betjent
Morten Lindberg Morten Lindberg ... Johnny (as Master Fatman)
Morten Søborg Morten Søborg ... Slagsbroder
Jonas Gülstorff Jonas Gülstorff ... Jesper (as Jonas Gylstorff)
Jean Linnet Jean Linnet ... Jespers stemme (voice)
Jonas Hannemann Møller Jonas Hannemann Møller ... Lille Peter
Rasmus Kjærboe Rasmus Kjærboe ... Mads
Rasmus Gottlieb Rasmus Gottlieb ... Jens
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A 12-year-old kid who misses his father becomes really affectionate with a young delinquent he just met.

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Martins kompis aer paa rymmen...

Genres:

Drama

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Country:

Denmark | Sweden

Language:

Danish

Release Date:

29 November 1991 (Denmark) See more »

Also Known As:

The Hideaway See more »

Filming Locations:

Copenhagen, Denmark

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Color

Aspect Ratio:

1.66 : 1
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Connections

Featured in Troldspejlet: Wayne's World (1993) See more »

Soundtracks

You're Nobody till Somebody Loves You
Written by James Cavanaugh (uncredited), Russ Morgan (uncredited) and Larry Stock (uncredited)
Performed by The Mills Brothers
Courtesy of MCA Records
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" There is no such thing as a little pain, as all pain hurts "
25 October 2008 | by thinker1691See all my reviews

This film 'The Hide-A-Way' is one of those special foreign stories which arrives with little or no fan fare and quickly becomes a cult classic. It is a simple tale of a lonely young boy who is befriended by a juvenile offender on the run. Kasper Andersen stars as Møv and Allan Winther as Funder. Theirs is a universal setting of youths growing up with little or no supervision. Each seeks understanding with the problems of life. The younger boy needs a role model, even if he is a criminal. The older boy needs a place to hide while he recalls how a simple argument with a merchant turn into an accidental, yet tragic assault. Together they fill the little niche of their loneliness with warmth and companionship. Their friendship is spontaneous and provides the foundation for a lasting relationship. Excellent movie and one which has already been accepted as a foreign classic. ****


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