Jens Jørgen Thorsen

Jens Jørgen Thorsen – Stille dage i Clichy AKA Quiet Days in Clichy (1970)

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Joey is a struggling writer with no money. His roommate Carl is a womanizer with a taste for young girls. Together, these insatiable dreamers will laugh, love and screw their way through a decadent Paris paved with wanton women, wild orgies and outrageous erotic adventures. Based upon the long-banned novel by Henry Miller, Quiet Days in Clichy is considered to be the most daring film adaptation ever of one of the most controversial authors in history. Read More »

Jens Jørgen Thorsen – Jesus vender tilbage AKA The Return (1992)

Shortly after his 1970 success with the film Stille Dage i Clichy (Quiet Days in Clichy), director Jens-Jorgen Thorsen started trying to get Jesus Vender Tilbage (The Return) made. For the next twenty years, he kept at it when the money was available but had to cope not only with shortages of money, but an legal ban on the film in his native country of Denmark which was not revoked until 1990. In the face of these obstacles, he has put together a smoothly professional-looking film which seems to be intended to offend the religious sensibilities of a great many people. This satirical drama follows Jesus’ career after he returns to earth to save it from environmental pollution. Read More »