Some jobs I enjoy more than others and that is being on huge film productions like the one I did for Nordisk film where I worked on and off set. The production and casts who turns into a big family all working their best to deliver. Even though I was only on set for a small amount of time I feel blessed that I still got to have that family vibe. My work was only suppose to be used as web press material but the end result of my work was that good that it got used for all press, cinema releases, dvd covers and billboard sized posters.
It was such a honor to be onboard this production, thx to Mette Ohlendorff for giving me the call!
Producer Rene Ezra
Producer Rene Ezra and brother and Director Roni Ezra going through the script with the main actor Pilou Asbæk in Budapest where some of the big battle scenes were filmed.
Elliot and Gustav going going through a scene script
Some of the younger cast and Rene Ezra
The waiting game
Roni and legendary DOP Philippe Kress
Pilou & Jan
The main cast
The set designer
Budapest extras playing danish soldiers
Mathias & Mikkel
Pilou & Martin Greis
This shot was used for the online poster
Gustav very early in the morning.
Hiding from the rain
I can't remember the joke
The bikes was custom made and I remember how the cast said, they were extremely hard to bike almost impossible!
It was easier just to run with them
Small family within a big family
Peeping through the tent
Mette Ohlendorf & Rene
The classic Band of brothers shot
HaderslevSecond set visit was in Haderslev where I spend a week or less with the crew filming and shooting.
Ever wonder how they make the recochet shot in movies without using computer effects? Spot the "paintball" gun on the left.
The Wilem Dafoe shot
Germen extras looking at monuments from the actual war.
This shot with Gustav and Pilou below was shot during breaks both got to be used on cover and other print releases.
This one was used as billboard posters and dvd covers
Young German soldier bleeding out. I believe the scene was never used
Danish extras waiting for for the call
How the Danish motorcycle soldiers looked like in the 40's.
Pilou stepped out of break to say hi to the younger fans
The Danish production crew.
The cast fooling around with the kids
This scene was an exact replica of an actual photo from the day the Germens came.
Some of the veterans portrayed in the movie came to visit on set