Netflix’s highly anticipated Danish period drama, “Ehrengard: The Art of Seduction,” is poised to make its debut on the streaming platform on Thursday, September 14, 2023. This captivating film revolves around the life of a self-proclaimed love expert who takes it upon himself to instruct the timid son of the Grand Duchess in the delicate art of seduction. However, the plot takes a tumultuous turn as he becomes embroiled in a scandal while simultaneously discovering unexpected romance.
Leading the cast of “Ehrengard: The Art of Seduction” is the esteemed Danish actor Mikkel Boe Følsgaard, who assumes the pivotal role of Mr. Cazotte. Cazotte, the self-proclaimed love guru, is tasked with mentoring the shy and introverted heir to the Grand Duchess, but his life is soon thrown into chaos when he becomes entangled in a scandalous affair.
Mikkel Boe Følsgaard’s performance in the film’s trailer showcases his brilliance, promising a compelling portrayal that viewers can eagerly anticipate. Besides his role in this exciting project, Mikkel Boe Følsgaard is renowned for his appearances in television series and movies such as “Superposition,” “Borgen – Power & Glory,” “The Good Traitor,” and “A Perfectly Normal Family,” among others.
On Thursday, Netflix unveiled the trailer for “Ehrengard: The Art of Seduction.” Directed by the Academy Award-winning filmmaker Bille August, this upcoming film is an adaptation of Karen Blixen’s novel, “Ehrengard.” Audiences can start streaming the movie on Netflix from September 1.
The film’s official logline succinctly captures its essence: “When a self-proclaimed love expert attempts to impart the art of seduction to a timid prince, the plan backfires, leading to scandal – and unexpected romance.”
Crafted for the screen by Anders Frithiof August, this highly anticipated film boasts an ensemble cast that includes Sidse Babett Knudsen as The Grand Duchess, Mikkel Boe Følsgaard as Cazotte, Jacob Lohmann as Mr. Marbod, Emilie Kroyer Koppel as Princess Ludmilla, and a host of other talented actors, including Christopher Læssø, Jakob Højlev Jørgensen, Sara-Marie Maltha as Mrs. Marbod, Paul Hüttel, Alban Lendorf, Alice Bier Zanden as Ehrengard, Emil Aron Dorph as Prince Lothar, Lone Rødbroe, and Kit Eichler, ensuring a stellar and captivating cinematic experience.