Doggystyle 1-2

Youth & Kids

Doggystyle, DR3’s new darling, became an instant success with over 500,000 streams when it premiered in 2018. It won Best Short-Format TV Series at the Danish Film Academy and its second season will be ready in fall 2019.

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Doggystyle I & II

Doggystyle I & II

On social media, 21-year-old Asta’s life seems lavish and perfect. But in reality, she’s short on cash and needs a job fast if she wants to return to her life in Copenhagen — far away from the isolated family home she’s been forced to return to.

Doggystyle takes place in a small town in Denmark, which is populated by quirky and relatable characters. After building a life for herself in the Danish capital, Asta reluctantly returns home on a “temporary” visit to stay with her family in the countryside. What’s waiting for her is a strange reunion filled with unexpected encounters with family and new, as well as old, friends. People from her pre-city life, the locals that never chased the same urban dream she did, reappear in her life and force her to confront her prejudices. They are the outcasts from the country town she was once part of, and she is the city girl who feels superior with a life far more important than the one she left behind. But the reunion with her hometown brings more than just a place to live and turns Asta’s relationship with herself, her family, and everyone else completely on its head. It forces her to take responsibility and challenges her to discover who and what is hiding behind the Instagram filter.

Doggystyle not only provokes common perceptions of the country versus the city but also speaks to a generation who dreams of being special and successful. About the fear of feeling indifferent and the need to belong.

Only scripted format available.

Director and Head Writer Anna Emma Haudal
Producer Rikke Sasja Lassen
Produced by DR Ung
Cast Rosemarie Mosbæk, Dorte Højsted, Josephine Park & Anders Brink Madsen
Release 2018/2019
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