Magazine article Screen International

Mikkelsen, Gråbøl Reunite on 'The Day Will Come'

Magazine article Screen International

Mikkelsen, Gråbøl Reunite on 'The Day Will Come'

Article excerpt

Shoot begins in Denmark on $4.4m film which reunites the stars and creator of The Killing.

After several international assignments, Danish actors Lars Mikkelsen and Sofie Gråbøl return home to star in Zentropa's $4.4m drama, The Day Will Come.

Shooting will continue for a total of nine weeks in Denmark.

Danish director Jesper W Nielsen, who last made Norwegian film Through a Glass, Darkly in 2009 and since has worked on television series such as Borgen, will shoot the script by Danish screenwriter Søren Sveistrup (The Killing).

After performing in BBC's Sherlock, Netflix's House of Cards (as the Russian president) and Nordisk Film's European series The Team, Mikkelsen will renuite with Gråbøl, who has been in Sky Atlantic's Fortitude and played Scottish Queen Margaret in James III on stage in Edinburgh and London.

The pair previously starred together in the first season of The Killing in 2007.

The Day Will Come is set in 1967 and centres on two young brothers - played by newcomers Harald Kaiser Hermann and Albert Rudbeck Lindhardt - who are instantly robbed of their lives when they are placed in a boy's home forgotten by time. …

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