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Itsi Bitsi


PITCH

1962 is the year when an entire generation lives life as though it was their last day. Young activist Eik Skaløe has his entire life turned upside down when he falls head over heels in live with the beautiful peace activist Iben Nagel Rasmussen, and she falls in love with him. But Iben is a child of the times, and freely accepts the order of the day: free love and sex.  She renounces personal right of ownership and will not settle for one man when she can have several.

In typically romantic fashion, he begins a struggle to win all of her love. As a poet, writer and singer he constantly confesses his love to her. But Eik must accept defeat, and in 1968 he travels without his beloved Itsi Bitsi to Nepal, the Land of Dreams in the East. A journey from which he will never return.


Facts

Director: Ole Christian Madsen  

Producer:  Lars Bredo Rahbek  

Manus: Bo Hr. Hansen og Ole Christian Madsen

Cast: Joachim Fjelstrup, Marie Tourell Søderberg,

Release: February 19, 2015

Status: Production

Genre: Drama

Language: Dansk

Format: 109 min/2.35 : 1/Color/Dolby

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News

Robert & Bodil nominations for The Bridge III and Itsi Bitsi

January 15, 2016

This year The Bridge III (Bron/Broen III) & Itsi Bitsi are nominated in the following categories:  

POST PRODUCTION

January 11, 2013

Both THE HOUR OF THE LYNX (directed by Søren Kragh-Jacobsen) and ANTBOY (directed by Ask Hasselbalch) are now in post production.

STEPPEULVEN IS NOW IN POST- PRODUCTION

September 25, 2013

The eagerly anticipated STEPPEULVEN, directed by Ole Christian Madsen, is now in postproduction and due to be finished by June.

ITSI BITSI AT TORONTO

September 06, 2014

Danish director Ole Christian Madsen’s new movie, ITSI BITSI, has its world premiere this week at the Toronto International Film Festival 2014.

OLE CHRISTIAN MADSEN TO TORONTO

August 12, 2014

Ole Christian Madsen’s new feature, ITSI BITSI, has been selected for the Toronto International Film Festival, where it will enjoy its world premiere in the “Contemporary World Cinema” section.