En chance til (2014)
Human drama can hardly get more explosive and heartfelt than in this Susanne Bier film, which is propelled forward by intense, remarkable performances by a great cast, but particularly Nikolaj Coster-Waldau. He plays a policeman who must try to save an infant from a junkie couple while at the same time dealing with domestic problems concerning a depressed wife and some issues with their newborn baby. The ensuing events grips your sense of ethic and shakes it quite ferociously before leaving you to pick up the pieces in co-operation (or sympathy) with Coster-Waldau's Andreas character. This is timeless, pure filmmaking of Bergmanesque proportions.