I spent last weekend visiting the salty old Queen of the sea, wonderful Copenhagen! Turned out there was a number of great cinemas there but I only managed to catch a film at the Empire Bio, in the Norrebro district. It's well worth seeking out. I saw the 2012 film Stories We Tell, Sarah Polley's compelling documentary about family narratives. I also visited the Danish Film Institute but found the archives closed on a Monday, so had to settle for a cold beer in the cafe and a browse through the programme in a language unfamiliar to me, possibly Danish.
I'm off to stick on Highway 61 Revisited, dig out my old copy of Fear and Trembling and spark up a Gauloise (that's an existentialist joke that's not very funny, probably because we live in a meaningless world). I'll leave you with a film I saw in the Statens Museum for Kunst by a lesser known Danish surrealist, Wilhelm Freddie. It's like a more disturbing Un Chien Andalou that will put you off bread for a good while.