Delphi

Denmark | 2016 | 26 minutes | Søren Peter Langkjær Bojsen

A pair of childhood friends have created an app that gives pepole advice on how to structure their daily lives. As the app becomes a huge success, its inventor starts to wonder if his creation is out of control.

Director Biography

Søren Peter Langkjær Bojsen is currently attending the 2nd year of the collectively organised film school Super16, based in Copenhagen, Denmark. He has made a number of short fiction films, including "Klokkedybet" (2013) and "Silas & Selma" (2010).

  • Director: Søren Peter Langkjær Bojsen
  • Principal Cast: Simon Bennebjerg, Henrik Holmen, Martin Krasnik, Adam Ild Rohweder
  • Premiere Status: Seattle
  • Country: Denmark
  • Year: 2016
  • Running Time: 26 minutes
  • Producer: Birgitte Rask
  • Screenplay: Anna Louise Petersen Amargrós
  • Cinematographers: Jonatan Mose
  • Editors: Carla Luffe
  • Music: Gustav Rasmussen
  • Language: Danish
  • Has Subtitles: Yes
  • Format: DCP

This film is playing as a part of ShortsFest Closing Night

SIFF'S annual celebration of the short subject finishes off with a dynamically varied program examining the breezy joy and tremendous complexity found in the best short films.

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