Flame & Citron war movie
Flame & Citron war movie

Flame & Citron (2008, Denmark)

Original / alternative title: Flammen & Citronen

Categories: ambush moviesresistance moviesspy movies

Running time: 130 minutes

Language: Danish / German

Unit of Danish resistance that is setup for one reason only - to kill Danish collaborators - suddenly receives an order to kill a German. It is something they were always avoiding since this could bring the German revenge not only on them, but also on civilians. But this time they are given the order to kill German that plays important role in the occupation. Two most active resistance fighters known as Flame and Citron are given the task, but soon they discover that not everything is what it looks like.

Danish film based on a true story of resistance executioners that were dragged into risky intrigue believing they still are doing what is best for their country. It is not typical war movie, but shows how Danes lived under German occupation and how they fought against the Nazi collaborators. Well presented film, intersting plot and good cast.

Our rating


Film value

6 / 10

Realism factor

4 / 5

Adventure factor

3 / 5

Historical accuracy

4 / 5

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Creators of Flame & Citron

Ole Christian Madsen movies

Ole Christian Madsen movies

Lars Andersen movies

Lars Andersen


Cast of Flame & Citron

Thure Lindhardt movies thure-lindhardt

Thure Lindhardt

as Flammen

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Mads Mikkelsen

as Citronen

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Stine Stengade

as Ketty Selmer

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Peter Mygind

as Aksel Winther

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Christian Berkel

as Hoffmann

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Events depicted in Flame & Citron

World War II (1936-1945)

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