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Double Cheese

After a night out, best friends Julia and Celine go on a mission to delete some dodgy sex-tapes. But their ill-conceived plan of making a surprise visit to Julia's ex-lover backfires. The situation quickly escalates into a chaotic fight with their dignity at stake.

  • Martin Jenefeldt
    Desire, Long Live Democracy
  • Karin Andersson
  • Gisela Swarting
  • Robin Trolin
    Director of Photography
  • Martin Jenefeldt
  • Karin Andersson
  • Gisela Swarting
  • Jonas Wessman
  • Svante Biörnstad
    Sound Design
  • Karin Andersson
    Key Cast
  • Gisela Swarting
    Key Cast
  • Dejmis Rustom Bustos
    Key Cast
  • Nils Dernevik
    Key Cast
    "Taxi Driver"
  • Project Title (Original Language):
    Dubbel Cheese
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    Comedy, Drama
  • Runtime:
    13 minutes 6 seconds
  • Completion Date:
    January 31, 2022
  • Production Budget:
    75,000 EUR
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Director Biography - Martin Jenefeldt

Martin Jenefeldt is a film director, screenwriter and documentary filmmaker based in Stockholm, Sweden. Before moving into directing, he did various work on feature films like Easy Money and The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo (like driving David Fincher around for example). Martin prides his work on the combination of extensive research and cinematic storytelling, always with a human story at its core, when making both fictional and documentary films. His most recent work includes the short film Desire and Long Live Democracy, a documentary series for SVT (the Swedish public service television company), exploring the threats to democracy.

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Director Statement

This is a film about how a common enemy can bring friends closer and turn a drunken night into a story for the history books. What drew me to this project was the way the script approaches current problems of our generation. The question of integrity and choice is becoming increasingly highlighted as our digital behavior is demanding more proactive action from individuals. This story manages to capture a serious subject in a humorous way. With laughter, the film entices the audience to start asking questions of responsibility and liability.

This story centers around a fierce sort of friendship. A friendship characterized by an unrestrained protectiveness over one another. An unapologetic force that propels the story forward and drives it to unexpected places.

Created truly as an ensemble piece, the collaborative nature of this project has been honoured by letting me as the director in early on in the process, and the writers staying involved throughout post-production. By acting out their own script as well as providing input in the final touches, the conversations around our story has never stopped.

This film is distinguished by being written by two actors, as is noticeable in the high-paced and elaborate dialog. It has been my mission to highlight and complement this with my own artistic vision, by letting the dramaturgy of the story really guide the process and the shape of the film.