“Shakespeare famously proclaims in Hamlet: ‘There is something rotten in the state of Denmark’. In ‘Sons of Denmark’ something is indeed very rotten in the Scandinavian country.
This superb Danish movie operates like a police thriller mixed with politics, and it raises many urgent questions. Those who like Scandi-noir will enjoy the twists and turns of the plot, accompanied effectively by the score of Mozart’s Requiem” – Michael McClure, DMovies.
It is 2025, Denmark. A year ago, a terrorist bomb has killed 23 people in Copenhagen. In the wake of this, the National Movement Party, lead by Martin Nordahl, is tipped to win the election with an openly fascist agenda. Many fear this, including the immigrant population.