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Directed by Mikkel Nørgaard

Denmark 2015 99 mins.

Five years have passed since their camping antics in Klown [PIFF 35] and Casper and Frank are standing at a crossroads in their lives and friendship. Casper has moved to Hollywood to pursue his dream of fame while Frank, now the father of two small children, is engulfed in the routines of family life. What is it they want? And what do they really mean to each other, when it all comes down to it? In an attempt to save their friendship, Frank travels to LA—but as always, chaos ensues. “Just when one might think that Klown Forever won’t possibly ‘go there,’ it smashes through the ‘forbidden’ sign with great glee.”—Twich Film.

Sponsored by the Scandinavian Heritage Foundation.



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