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Denmark Makes Foreign-Language Oscar Submission 'A Royal Affair'

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by Beth Hanna
September 21, 2012 1:35 PM
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"A Royal Affair"

Denmark has selected the Mads Mikkelsen-starring fest favorite "A Royal Affair" as its entry for the 2013 Best Foreign-Language Oscar race. The film premiered in Berlin in February, with recent screenings at Telluride and Toronto. Magnolia releases the film stateside on November 9.

Set in 18th-century Denmark, the film looks at a lusty affair between the Danish queen (Alicia Vikander) and the king's physician (Mikkelsen). Mikkel Boe Folsgaard, who took home the top acting prize at Berlin, plays the cuckhold king.

Check out our extensive flip-cam interview with Mikkelsen, who was tributed at Telluride with screenings of both "A Royal Affair" and his Cannes Best Actor winner "The Hunt," here.

A round-up of Foreign-Language Oscar entries is here, with additional info on Canada's selection here, and Finland's selection here.

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