14 June 2024
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Niels Arden Oplev’s Rose Starring Sofie Gråbø Gets A UK Trailer

Love and care should be all around when it comes to family. In Niels Arden Oplev‘s Rose Starring Sofie Gråbø, Bulldog Film Distribution release the UK Trailer.

The moving drama from The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo filmmaker and his own personal family experiences. It also stars Lene Maria Christensen, Anders W. Berthelsen, and Søren Malling.

Rose follows the story of two sisters coach trip to Paris, one sister has mental health issues. The pair targeted for discrimination as they hunt for answers and not ruin the trip.

Set over the course of one week, Rose is the story of two sisters, Inger and Ellen, and how their relationship is challenged on a highly anticipated coach trip to Paris. When Inger announces her struggles with mental health to the group, the sisters are faced with pity from some and downright discrimination from others. On arrival in Paris, it soon becomes clear that Inger has a hidden agenda concerning a figure from her past, ultimately involving the entire group in her hunt for answers. Rose is a film about love and care for each other, in spite of our differences, as much as it is a film about not judging a book by its cover.

Written and directed by Niels Arden Oplev (The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo, Daniel) and based on the experiences of his own family, Rose is a film about love and care for each other, in spite of our differences, as much as it is a film about not judging a book by its cover.

Starring BAFTA-Winner Sofie Gråbøl (The Killing, Wild Men, Attachment), Lene Maria Christensen (Brothers, Kingmaker), Anders W. Berthelsen (Italian For Beginners, Daniel), Søren Malling (The Killing, A Hijacking, The Promised Land, Borgen).

Rose will be released in select UK and Irish cinemas and On Demand from 28th June.

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