Margrethe – Queen of the North

SF Film

Director Charlotte Sieling has a long career as one of the most acclaimed Danish directors on TV-series as Unit One (2002), The Killing (2009), The Bridge (2011), Those Who Kill (2014) and the US series Homeland. With MARGRETE - QUEEN OF THE NORTH, Charlotte Sieling will bring one of the greatest stories from the Nordics to the big screen. The story of one of the most powerful women in History.

The year is 1402. Margrete has achieved what no man has managed before. She has gathered Denmark, Norway and Sweden into a peace-oriented union, which she single-handedly rules through her young, adopted son, Erik. The union is beset by enemies, however, and Margrete is therefore planning a marriage between Erik and an English princess. An alliance with England should secure the union’s status as an emerging European power but a breathtaking conspiracy is under way that can tear Margrete and all she believes in apart.

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Margrethe – Queen of the North

Title Margrethe – Queen of the North

Original title Margrethe I

Director Charlotte Sieling

Country Denmark

Production year 2020

Film status Production

Original language Danish

Cast Trine Dyrholm, Søren Malling, Morten Hee Andersen, Jakob Oftebro

Script Charlotte Sieling, Jesper Fink, Maya Ilsøe

Producer Birgitte Skov, Lars Bredo Rahbek

Director of photography Rasmus Videbæk

Produced by SF Studios

Production company SF Studios

Duration 110 min.

<img class=" wp-image-5115 alignright" src="https://usercontent.one/wp/reinvent.dk/wp-content/uploads/2018/11/SF-logo.png" alt="" width="139" height="139" />Director Charlotte Sieling has a long career as one of the most acclaimed Danish directors on TV-series as Unit One (2002), The Killing (2009), The Bridge (2011), Those Who Kill (2014) and the US series Homeland. With MARGRETE - QUEEN OF THE NORTH, Charlotte Sieling will bring one of the greatest stories from the Nordics to the big screen. The story of one of the most powerful women in History. The year is 1402. Margrete has achieved what no man has managed before. She has gathered Denmark, Norway and Sweden into a peace-oriented union, which she single-handedly rules through her young, adopted son, Erik. The union is beset by enemies, however, and Margrete is therefore planning a marriage between Erik and an English princess. An alliance with England should secure the union’s status as an emerging European power but a breathtaking conspiracy is under way that can tear Margrete and all she believes in apart. Director Charlotte Sieling has a long career as one of the most acclaimed Danish directors on TV-series as Unit One (2002), The Killing (2009), The Bridge (2011), Those Who Kill (2014) and the US series Homeland. With MARGRETE - QUEEN OF THE NORTH, Charlotte Sieling will bring one of the greatest stories from the Nordics to the big screen. The story of one of the most powerful women in History. The year is 1402. Margrete has achieved what no man has managed before. She has gathered Denmark, Norway and Sweden into a peace-oriented union, which she single-handedly rules through her young, adopted son, Erik. The union is beset by enemies, however, and Margrete is therefore planning a marriage between Erik and an English princess. An alliance with England should secure the union’s status as an emerging European power but a breathtaking conspiracy is under way that can tear Margrete and all she believes in apart.

Title Margrethe – Queen of the North

Original title Margrethe I

Director Charlotte Sieling

Country Denmark

Production year 2020

Film status Production

Original language Danish

Cast Trine Dyrholm, Søren Malling, Morten Hee Andersen, Jakob Oftebro

Script Charlotte Sieling, Jesper Fink, Maya Ilsøe

Producer Birgitte Skov, Lars Bredo Rahbek

Director of photography Rasmus Videbæk

Produced by SF Studios

Production company SF Studios

Duration 110 min.

Genre: Drama, Periodic drama






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