Open Hearts (2002) – Movie Wallpaper

[ View Image (1024×678) ] [ View Image (1024×701) ] [ View Image (1024×683) ] Since he has been very popular here this week, here are some older images of Mads Mikkelsen in the Anders Thomas Jensen scribed and Susanne Bier directed, Open Hearts (Elsker dig for evigt). Captions: Image 1 Download Cecilie (Sonja Richter)…

Flame & Citron (2008) – Movie Wallpaper

[ View Image (1024×680) ] [ View Image (1024×683) ] How about one more image of Mads Mikkelsen from this film? Here he is on the set of Flame & Citron (Flammen & Citronen) with the director Ole Christian Madsen and star Thure Lindhardt. The additional behind the scenes image features director Ole Christian Madsen…

Flame & Citron (2008) – New Cinema Wallpaper of the Day

[ View Image (1024×680) ] [ View Image (1024×680) ] [ View Image (1024×680) ] [ View Image (1024×680) ] [ View Image (1024×683) ] New Cinema Wallpaper of the Day Tuesday, July 29, 2008 Several images of Citron (Mads Mikkelsen) and Flame (Thure Lindhardt). Ole Christian Madsen fresh off the heals of Prague, returns…

After the Wedding (2006) – Movie Wallpaper

[ View Image (1024×768) ] I really admire this great Japanese poster artwork for After the Wedding (Efter brylluppet). The split panel is a nice touch that really helps to display the emotion of the film. This Susanne Bier (director) and Anders Thomas Jensen (screenwriter) collaboration certainly pays off, although the extremely tight framing still…

Flame & Citron (2008) – Movie Wallpaper

[ View Image (1024×683) ] I’ve yet to see a bad Ole Christian Madsen film. And I’ve yet to see a movie with Mads Mikkelsen (at the end of the table in this still) in it that is bad. Their teaming up for the WWII thriller Flame & Citron makes it easily one of my…

Adams æbler (2005) – Movie Wallpaper

[ View Sepia Tone Version (568×1000) ][ View Image (568×1000) ] Nicolas Bro is Gunnar in “Adams æbler” aka “Adam’s Apples.” Along with Tim League of the Alamo Drafthouse and Fantastic Fest this film was my favorite of 2006. It was also easily the biggest rush of cinema I had last year. Seeing it for…