Where was Another Round filmed
Another Round was filmed in Denmark, Netherlands and in Sweden
Hotel & Restaurant Fortunen
Scene where Martin and his three high school colleagues decide at a dinner party to start an experiment in which they maintain a constant and measured level of alcohol in their system throughout the day.
Scene was shot Charming inn serving delicious food in lovely surroundings.The restaurant has a lovely courtyard with green surroundings, where outdoor dining is available.
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Scene where ** spoiler alert ** The funeral of Tommy.
Scene was shot Vedbæk church is located North of Copenhagen and was built back in 1871. The church originally served as an annex church to Søllerød Church, but after Søllerød Parish split into two parishes in 1923 - Søllerød Parish and Vedbæk Parish, Vedbæk Church became the parish church. In 1925 a cemetery was built at Vedbæk Church.
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Scene where Martin and his friends go out for dinner to celebrate the life of Tommy.
Scene was shot Lumskebugten is a restaurant located in a listed building at Esplanaden 21 in Copenhagen, Denmark. It has been owned by Erwin Lauterbach since 2011. With a history that goes back to 1854, it is one of the oldest restaurants in the city.
GPS: ['55.6883163452148', '12.5979948043823']
Copenhagen Harbour - Nordre Toldbod
Scene where ** spoiler alert ** Martin and his colleagues meet with their students. Martin dances and jumps into the harbour.
Scene was shot This waterfront area is covered in cobblestones, not far from the Little Mermaid and the Citadel. Nordre Toldbod, a former custom house, is home to the Royal Pavilions, where the Danish royal family usually wait for their shuttle to the royal yacht Dannebrog. Unfortunately it is not allowed to swim in that exact spot so you can't dive into the Copenhagen Harbour like Martin does at the end of the movie.
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Scene where The students run around the lake playing a drinking game.
Scene was shot Gentofte Lake (Gentofte Sø) is a lake in Gentofte in the northern suburbs of Copenhagen, Denmark. It has a surface area of 36.73 hectares.
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Aurehøj High School
Scene where Four high school teachers consume alcohol on a daily basis to see how it affects their social and professional lives.
Scene was shot High school in Gentofte, Denmark. The Aurehøj Gymnasium has featured in several Danish films, including the iconic 1985 adaption of Klaus Rifbjerg’s coming-of-age novel, The Chronic Innocence.
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