Love and Rage

Synopsis: Daniel is a very talented piano student and loves Sofie, but he is terrified by the thought of losing her and accuses her of seeing another man. Everybody says he is wrong, but the suspicion grows as does an uncontrollable side of Daniel.
Genre: Drama, Romance
Director(s): Morten Giese
Production: LionsGate Entertainment
  4 wins & 8 nominations.
94 min

Good luck, sweetie.

You'll do just fine.

- I'll be home Tuesday.

- Okay.

- And then off to Jutland on Saturday.

- Not before?

My concert is on Thursday.

- So I can make it, after all.

- Yeah.

- It does say 'dinner' though...

- Don't worry about that.

It's written right here: 8 p.m.

- It's actually in your calendar.

- Yes.

- You're bobbing again.

- I'm sorry.

Try to get out a little

and have some fun.

Kiss a few girls.

- Hi.

- Hi.

How cosy.

This looks delicious.

It's just breakfast, Lars.

Don't get carried away.

- Would you like some coffee?

- Thanks.

- Good morning.

- Good morning.

- Daniel.

- Hi, Jakob.

- Is your exam today?

- Yes, at 11.

- I'm so nervous.

- What on earth for?


- Let's go to La Fontaine tomorrow.

- No, I can't.

- Why not?

- I need to rehearse and...

Daniel, you practise all the time.

Get in the game. We need pussy.

- We deserve pussy.

- Okay. Call you later?


Pussy tomorow. Don't forget!

- That was excruciating.

- Hi, Pierre.

- So, what do you say?

- Let's talk about it tomorrow.

- Okay

- Don't be nervous. Okay?

Right. Bye.

Hi, Daniel.

- My mom says hi.

- How is she?

She's fine.

I was wondering if you'd

consider being my teacher.

The principal just told me

that you have your father's talent.

Yes, I'd like to go to Juilliard

in New York.

- I want to go all the way.

- Juilliard...

You're ambitious.

That's great, Daniel.

Unfortunately, I must turn you down.

I have a lot of students as it is.

But I would love to hear you play

one of these days...

- Sure.

- I have to attend to an exam now.

- I have my exam at 11, so...

- I'll get to hear you today, then.

- Yes.

- Take care.

Daniel Bentzen.

- Daniel Bentzen.

- Professor Pierre Dore.

- We've already met.

- Hello.

Whenever you're ready.


Well, Daniel...

You made a mess of it at first.

- Yes, I know.

- But you're so talented.

- You passed.

- Thanks.

- You have to work on your nerves.

- Yes.

- Yes. I know.

- Good.

You're next, Louise.

Good Luck...

- Could I have a word with Pierre?

- No. We're already behind schedule.


I'm sorry.

- That's okay.

- I didn't mean to startle you.

- You were good.

- Thank you. I fumbled.

That's means nothing.

- Are you always that nervous?

- Yeah.

Hands as cold as ice.

- What are you nervous about?

- I don't know. Making mistakes.

All great talents

suffer from performance anxiety -

- but we can work on that.

- 'We'?

- Yes.

I thought it over,

and I'd like to be your teacher.

- But you must follow my directions.

- Yes, of course.

If I'm to help you to the top, we must

get your anxiety under control.

- Yes.

- We all get nervous.

But we can't let our fears

get the better of us.


It's what caused

your father to fail.

Torben had no filter.

Not in regard to music,

nor towards the world in general.

That was his downfall.

And it will be yours too,

if you don't deal with it.

Talent probably wasn't the only thing

you inherited from your father.

In this room we will no longer

talk about feelings.

We will focus all our attention

on the music and only that.

Do we have a deal?



- See you.

- Bye.

- Can you manage?

- Yeah, I'm fine. Thanks.

...optimizing the outcome

- So, a cut in costs is planned.

No, there will be no cuts, we will

simply use our ressources better.

But Lars Lkke,

that must entail leaner budgets?

No! It's just a matter

of optimizing the outcome.

Thank you.

Back to the studio.

Thank you.

How would you like to be the soloist

at this year's concert?

- What do you mean?

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