1st Tier Poster
Denmark wins Olympic Gold in handball, the sport of kings :thumbsup (1):
the Idiots I mentioned previously is by Lars von Trier, but he is a fake Dane anyway if you look closer at itMads Mikkelsen, Nicolas Winding Refn, Lars von Trier, Thomas Vinterberg, Trentemoller, Jan Molby.
Denmark for me.
Hans Christian Andersen > Kierkegaard (who wanted to write about Christians not mermaids)the Idiots I mentioned previously is by Lars von Trier, but he is a fake Dane anyway if you look closer at it
you can add Kierkegaard, Tycho Brahe and the Laudrups but it's still a useless country
that language and how it sounds, can't take those people seriously
In 1989, von Trier's mother told him on her deathbed that the man whom von Trier had thought was his biological father had not been, and that he was the result of a liaison she had had with her former employer, Fritz Michael Hartmann (1909–2000), who was descended from a long line of German-speaking Roman Catholic classical musicians. Hartmann's grandfather was Emil Hartmann, his great grandfather J. P. E. Hartmann, his uncles included Niels Gade and Johan Ernst Hartmann, and Niels Viggo Bentzon was his cousin. She stated that she did this to give her son "artistic genes".
Until that point I thought I had a Jewish background. But I'm really more of a Nazi. I believe that my biological father's German family went back two further generations. Before she died, my mother told me to be happy that I was the son of this other man. She said my foster father had had no goals and no strength. But he was a loving man. And I was very sad about this revelation. And you then feel manipulated when you really do turn out to be creative. If I'd known that my mother had this plan, I would have become something else. I would have shown her. The slut!
Haha, Trier's a genious freak. Gotta like his movies. Fake Dane fake Jew fake Nazi all at the same time, try to beat that roud:Who really like his movies though?
One rather cool Dane was Christian Jürgensen Thomsen who came up with the three-age system in archeaology (stone, bronze and iron).