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dc.contributor.authorNatalie Fritz** 12:51:18*
dc.description.abstractFor nine generations, all men of the Krogh family have been pastors. Johannes’s two sons, Christian (Simon Sears) and August (Morten Hee Andersen), were also meant to follow their ancestors’ path, but ... Although the setting of "Ride upon the Storm" is genuinely Danish, the universality of the questions it raises may be one of the reasons screenwriter Adam Price’s second series for DR1 after the highly acclaimed and award-winning "Borgen" (DR 1, DK 2010–2013) reaches again a world-wide audience.The first season of Ride upon the Storm has ended in chaos, betrayal and even death – how the screenwriter will find a way out of this mess, and who will keep his/her faith are interesting narrative threads to be followed. Ride upon the Storm is a drama series that – even though it sometimes is a bit pathetic and exaggerated – dares to explore the highly delicate field of personal faith and its impact on one’s way of life. With its dense net of references to popular culture and the many complex questions the series teases out of the plot, it is not only a perfect example for intelligent audio-visual entertainment but may also serve as material for seminars on the topic of audio-visual approaches to religion. Audience and critics were enthusiastic, and the Danish Broadcasting Company DR immediately ordered a second season that has already been broadcasted in various countries.*
dc.relation.ispartofseriesJournal for Religion, Film and Media*
dc.titleTV Series Review. HERRENS VEJE (RIDE UPON THE STORM, created by Adam Price)*
dc.title.alternativeJournal for Religion, Film and Media*

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