Well-known Danish actor Nicolas Bro reigns supreme in the role of Nicolas Bro. Bro’s marriage is on the rocks, his wife Lene has grown tired of their relationship, but instead of grabbing the bull by the horns, Bro decides to save his marriage by filming a love story, with him and Lene playing the lead roles – as themselves.

Bro’s good friend, Director Christoffer Boe, lends him a camera and suggests that he films everything – a piece of advice that Bro takes far too literally.

Bro’s constant filming succeeds in driving both his friends and wife nuts, and Lene ends up moving to a secret address in Berlin.

Bro’s plans thus die a sudden death, but obsessed by the idea of completing his film,

Bro hires Danish actress Trine Dyrholm to play his wife, Lene.

Nothing goes according to plan and Bro’s last hope of reclaiming his lost love is to seek out Lene in Berlin.

It is a journey that gradually causes Bro to come apart at the seams in his increasingly desperate attempt to register his life on film.

Mr. Boe & Co.

Mr. Boe & Co. is a small group of people in love with cinema. Being a two-way street, they want to give something back to this wonderful invention of the 20th century.

It might not always be to everybody's liking - but it's always done with a good heart and the best of intentions. As they would say - if cinema is an illusion, who needs reality?

Director and Scriptwriter: Christoffer Boe

Christoffer Boe graduated from the National Film School of Denmark in 2001 where he made the short films ‘Obsession’, ‘Virginity’ and ‘Anxiety’.

His first feature film after graduation, ‘Reconstruction’ (2003), won the Camera d’Or at the 2003 Cannes Film Festival.

That same year Boe founded Alphaville Pictures Copenhagen with his producer Tine Grew Pfeiffer, and two years later Alphaville released Boe’s second feature film ‘Allegro’ (2005).

‘Allegro’ was launched internationally in Venice, as was Boe’s third film ‘Offscreen’ (2006).

Producer: Tine Grew Pfeiffer

Tine Grew Pfeiffer worked on Lars von Trier’s 'Breaking the Waves', 'The Kingdom II' and 'The Idiots', before enrolling in the National Film School of Denmark’s producing programme.

There she collaborated with director Christoffer Boe and produced the short films 'Virginity' and 'Anxiety'.

After graduation, Pfeiffer produced Boe’s first feature film, 'Reconstruction', which won the Camera d’Or at the 2003 Cannes Film Festival.

In 2003 Pfeiffer founded Alphaville Pictures Copenhagen with Boe. 'Allegro' (2005) was Alphaville’s first release followed in 2006 by the short film 'Hawaii' and Boe’s third feature film 'Offscreen', produced by Pfeiffer.

Co-Scriptwriter: Knud Romer Jørgensen

Knud Romer Jørgensen graduated in comparative literary history from the University of Copenhagen. Romer worked as a copywriter/concept developer for Kunde & Co. and Propaganda.

Romer has written numerous articles and published the magazine ‘Obzine’ as well as contributing to the book 'You Great Idiot' (Rhodos 1998).

In 1999, Romer made his debut as an author with 'When Nature Calls - a guide to Copenhagen’s public toilets' (Yamanouchi Pharma) and in 2006, he published his much praised novel 'He who blinks is afraid of death' (Athene/Aschehoug).

Finally, the Danish public has made Romer’s acquaintance as 'Axel' in Lars von Trier’s 'The Idiots' (1998).


Christoffer Boe


Tine Grew Pfeiffer


Nicolas Bro


Morten Green


Peter Brandt


Christoffer Boe & Knud Romer Jørgensen

Principal cast:

Nicolas Bro, Lene Maria Christensen, Trine Dyrholm, Jakob Cedergren, Christoffer Boe