Mick and Tom have anything but a harmonious father-son relationship. They earn their living as petty criminals and scrap metal thieves. When they get an order to steal a piece of art in a museum, they accidentally take the wrong painting. Which painting? Nothing other than Denmark's only Rembrandt! Suddently the Danish police, Interpol and of course the entire Danish underworld are on their trail. STEALING REMBRANDT was a huge success in Denmark where it was home in the top 10 ranking for 8 weeks and seen by almost 300,000 enthusiastic moviegoers.
Original Title: Rembrandt
Language versions: German version
Length: 103 min
Director: Jannik Johansen
Screenplay: Anders Thomas Jensen, Jannik Johansen
Cinematography: Eric Kress
Editing: Per K. Kirkegaard
Sound: Morten Degnbøl
Sound Mix: Nino Jacobsen, Jeremy Price
Music: Antony Genn
Featuring: Lars Brygmann, Jakob Cedergren, Nicolas Bro, Nikolaj Coster Waldau, Paprika Steen, Sonja Richter, Søren Pilmark, Gordon Kennedy, Ulf Pilgaard. Ole Ernst. Nikolaj Lie Kaas
Production: Fine & Mellow Productions AS, Ugly Duckling Films, Thomas Gammeltoft
Age Recommendation: 12
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