aka The Prince and the Freshman (2004, Martha Coolidge). With Julia Stiles, James Fox, Miranda Richardson. Burgeoning romance between an American farmer's daughter and the Crown Prince of Denmark. Partly shot in Copenhagen.
aka Beach of the Greyhounds (2002, Mario Camus). With Carmelo Gomez, Claudio Gerini, Miguel Ángel Serrano. Martin tries to track down his brother Pablo who vanished after killing a worker at a nuclear plant in a terrorist attack. Shot in Denmark and Spain.
(2001, Catherine Corsini). With Emmanuelle Béart, Pascale Bussières, Dani Levy. Tale of friendship among women turning to obsession and ending in near suicide. Shot in Copenhagen and France.
(Dev Anand, 1992) Indian film shot in Denmark with an Indian-Danish cast. By Sunico Productions.
(1979, Terence Young). With Audrey Hepburn, James Mason, Irene Papas. A pharmaceutical tycoon is murdered and his daughter-heir played by Audrey Hepburn begins to receive death threats. Filmed in Copenhagen, New York, Rome, Munich, London, Paris, Sardinia and Zurich. (Paramount/Geria)
(1970, Peter Brook). With Paul Scofield, Irene Worth, Susan Engel. The stark terrain of Denmark stands in for England in this film featuring brilliant performances and an elegant discovery of the language of Shakespeare.
(1969, Alfred Hitchcock). With Frederick Stafford, Dany Robin, Claude Jade. Cold-war Hitchcock thriller filmed partly on location in Copenhagen.
(1966, Alfred Hitchcock). With Paul Newman and Julie Andrews. The title refers to the Iron Curtain in this story about defecting scientists and escapes between East and West Germany. Filmed partly on location in Copenhagen.
(1962, George Seaton). With William Holden, Lilli Palmer, Klaus Kinski. Erickson finds his life and fortunes held hostage when he's blackmailed by British agents and forced into the perilous arena of World War II espionage. Spectacularly filmed in Copenhagen, Berlin and Hamburg.
(1948, Laurence Olivier). With Laurence Olivier, Jean Simmons, Basil Sydney. Before Kenneth Branagh, before Mel Gibson, Laurence Olivier gave the definitive portrayal of "the man who could not make up his mind." The authentic setting (shot in Elsinore, Denmark) helped it earn seven Academy Award nominations, including Best Director, and four awards: Best Picture, Best Actor (Olivier), Best Art Direction, and Best Costumes.