Let's Get Lost (1997 film)

Let's Get Lost is a 1997 Danish film written and directed by Jonas Elmer and produced by Per Holst. The film is an improvisational slice-of-life comedy shot in black and white. The film earned the 1998 Bodil Award for Best Danish Film and shared the Robert Award for Best Danish Film with Barbara.

Let's Get Lost
DVD cover
Directed byJonas Elmer
Written byJonas Elmer
Produced byPer Holst
StarringSidse Babett Knudsen
Bjarne Henriksen
Troels Lyby
Nicolaj Kopernikus
CinematographySteffen Led Sørensen
Bo Tengberg [da]
Edited byMette Zeruneith [da]
Music byNikolaj Egelund [da; de]
Povl Kristian [da]
Distributed byDansk Novellefilm
Det Danske Filminstitut
Release date
19 September 1997
Running time
96 minutes
CountryDenmark
LanguageDanish

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