1864. Este artículo o sección necesita referencias que aparezcan en una publicación acreditada. Este aviso fue puesto el 26 de noviembre de 2020. 1864 ( MDCCCLXIV) fue un año bisiesto comenzado en viernes según el calendario gregoriano .
1864 was a leap year starting on Friday of the Gregorian calendar and a leap year starting on Wednesday of the Julian calendar, the 1864th year of the Common Era (CE) and Anno Domini (AD) designations, the 864th year of the 2nd millennium, the 64th year of the 19th century, and the 5th year of the 1860s decade.
1864 fue producido por Miso Film para DR. Fue una coproducción con Film Fyn, TV2 (Noruega), TV4 (Suecia), SF Studios, ARTE, ZDF Enterprises y Sirena Film (República Checa). DR había producido recientemente las exitosas series The Killing, Borgen y Bron/Broen, y varias de las estrellas de esas series, como Lars Mikkelsen, Sidse Babett Knudsen y Søren Malling, estaban entre los actores. 1864 fue filmada en Dybbøl, escena de la batalla culminante de la guerra, en Svanninge Hills en Funen, y en Hagenskov, Egebjerggård y Hvidkilde, también en Funen. Las escenas de batalla fueron filmadas en la República Checa durante un período de siete semanas. Tom Buk-Swienty, en cuyos libros se basó la serie, fue un asesor histórico de la serie. Fue la serie de televisión más costosa jamás hecha en Dinamarca, con un costo proyectado de 173 millones de coronas (alrededor de $25 millones). El director, Ole Bornedal, lo describió como "una historia clásica sobre el pode...
La serie dividió a los críticos en Dinamarca; algunos se mostraron entusiastas, alabando la espléndida fotografía, mientras que otros consideraron que el costo debería haberse utilizado para otros programas, especialmente para el cine negro escandinavo. Algunos críticos e historiadores daneses sintieron que la serie contenía inexactitudes históricas, particularmente en su afirmación de que el nacionalismo excesivo llevó a Dinamarca a una guerra que estaba destinada a terminar en una derrota. La guerra de 1864 tuvo un efecto profundo en Dinamarca, estableciendo el rumbo del país para su desarrollo moderno. Como resultado, Tom Buk-Swienty, el asesor histórico de la serie, creía que ese tipo de debate era inevitable. Por otro lado, el productor Peter Bose comentó: «Esperábamos debates, pero estábamos bastante sorprendidos por los continuos ataques». En el Reino Unido la serie recibió el aplauso de la crítica. Andrew Collins, de The Guardian, dijo que «1864 real...
- Ole Bornedal
- Ole Bornedal
- Dan Laustsen
- Compuesto por Nino Jacobsen
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1864 is a 2014 Danish television historical war drama series written and directed by Ole Bornedal. It is based on two books by Tom Buk-Swienty about the Second Schleswig War of 1864 between Denmark and an alliance of Prussia and Austria which ended in defeat for Denmark and the loss of a quarter of its territory to Prussia. It follows two brothers from a remote village on Funen who enlist in the Danish army just before the outbreak of war, and experience the horrors of combat in Schleswig. It al
1864 was produced by Miso Film for DR. It was a co-production with Film Fyn, TV2, TV4, SF Studios, ARTE, ZDF Enterprises and Sirena Film. DR had recently produced the highly successful series The Killing, Borgen and The Bridge, and several of the stars of those series, such as Lars Mikkelsen, Sidse Babett Knudsen and Søren Malling, were among the cast. 1864 was filmed on location at Dybbøl, scene of the climactic battle of the war, in the Svanninge Hills on Funen, and at Hagenskov ...
In 1851, the people of a Danish village await the return of the victorious soldiers from the First Schleswig War. Among the soldiers is farmer Thøger Jensen, who has suffered a severe leg wound and returns to his wife Karen and sons 12-year-old Laust and 11-year-old Peter ...
In the 1860s, Monrad is now Council President, and has become a convinced nationalist. He actively tries to provoke a war with Prussia over the Schleswig-Holstein Question, still encouraged by Mrs Heiberg. Monrad tries to persuade the new king, Christian IX, that declaring war wo
A parallel and linked story takes place in the modern day. Troubled teenage tearaway Claudia and her drug dealer boyfriend Zlatko are taken on a school trip to the Dybbøl battlefield, where they are bored and smoke marijuana. Soon afterwards Claudia, whose brother was ...
1864 was first broadcast on DR1 on 12 October 2014. It was broadcast in a four-week run on BBC Four in the United Kingdom, starting on 16 May 2015 with 2 episodes shown each week. The series premiered on Swedish commercial broadcaster TV4 and on the Franco-German network Arte in June 2015. It was shown on Irish public service broadcaster RTÉ2 in July 2015, and in Australia on SBS, commencing on 7 June 2016.
The series divided reviewers in Denmark; some were enthusiastic, praising the lavish cinematography, while others considered the cost should have been used for other programming, especially more Scandinavian noir. Some Danish critics and historians felt that the series contained historical inaccuracies, particularly in its assertion that excessive nationalism drove Denmark into a war that was bound to end in defeat. The 1864 war had a profound effect on Denmark, setting the country's course for
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