Series | Danish with English subtitles | 3 seasons (30 episodes). Each episode is 58 minutes
Birgitte Nyborg is the leader of a minority political party in Denmark. In a closely fought general election, and against all odds, she becomes Prime Minister. She now must be adept in handling difficult political negotiations, setting up alliances, and even compromising some of her principles. Weaving in and out of her political circle are Katrine Fonsmark, a TV news anchor, Kasper Juul, her communications chief, Torben Friis, an news editor, and Phillip Christensen, Birgitte’s husband. Birgitte encounters a few reversals: losing her position, divorcing her husband, and re-entering the business world. But she is determined to become politically active again as she forms an opposing party, the New Democrats.
Why Stream This Film?
- Rotten Tomatoes Score (Critics Consensus): 100%
- Metacritic Score: 91
- 75th Venice Film Festival, Winner, Golden Lion
- Ten Academy Award Nominations. Winner: Best Best Foreign Language Film, Best Director (Alfonso Cuarón), Best Cinematographer (Alfonso Cuarón)
- Festivals: Venice, Telluride, Toronto, New York
Best Film of 2018: Time Magazine and The New York Film Critics Circle
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