About Town: A son of Denmark, a son of Olivier and a sister of Sledge

 

The American-Danish actor Viggo Mortensen was the star draw at a screening of Argentine-Danish film ‘Jauja’ at Cinemateket on May 13 (an apt choice for Mortensen, as he spent his formative years in Argentina). Pictured on the left are the Argentine Embassy’s consul Julietta Tabares, Mortensen, Argentine chargé d’affaires Marcelo Pujo, the film’s Argentine director Lisandro Alonso, and Copenhagen Post marketing director Hans Hermansen.

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Richard Olivier, the son of Laurence Olivier, was the keynote speaker at Transition World (May 16-17) at the Marienlyst Conference Center at Kronborg Castle.

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Debbie Sledge from Sister Sledge was the star performer at Niels Lan Doky’s jazz club at The Standard. Not sure she can sing ‘We are family’ with the same conviction without her sisters.





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