The principal photography is currently taking place for Tea Lindeburg’s feature film debut Night of Dying (Høst) an adaptation of the Danish literary classic A Night of Death from 1912 by Marie Bregendahl about three women’s struggle on a farm in the late 19th century.
The film follows 14-year-old Lise, her aunt and grandmother and their everyday life on a farm during the end of the 19th century. It depicts three different generations of women struggling to find their place in society. Upcoming actor Flora Ofelia Hofmann Lindahl takes on the lead as Lise with Stine Fischer Christensen starring as her aunt. The cast also include Cyron Melville, Thure Lindhardt, Ida Cæcilie Rasmussen, Lisbet Dahl and Kirsten Olesen. The Danish premiere is set for October 2021.