It's a shame it was up for all these awards at the same time as Amour because I really think it would have had a shot otherwise. At our Danish equivalent to the Oscars (don't make me laugh, it's called Robert Uddelingen/"the Roberts"), which was held just the other day, it won:
Best Supporting Actor (Mikkel Boe Følsgaard/King Christian VII)
Best Supporting Actress (Trine Dyrholm/Queen Juliane Marie)
Best Director (Nikolaj Arcel)
Best Screenplay (Tobias Lindholm)
Best Photography (Rasmus Videbæk)
Best Cinematography (Niels Sejer)
Best Hair and Make-up (Ivo Strangmüller and Dennis Knudsen, who is Princess Marie of Denmark's hair stylist)
Special Effects of the Year (Jeppe Nygaard Christensen, Esben Syberg and Rikke Hovgaard Jørgensen)
Music of the Year (Gabriel Yared and Cyrille Aufort)
Surprisingly it didn't win either Best Picture, Best Actress nor Best Actor, but still it took home the most.
"In spite of the many initiatives our society offers to help and support, recovery can be such a monumental task that some give up.
They withdraw into themselves. Not least during Christmas and New Year is it hard to feel left out. Tonight my thoughts are with them."
— Queen Margrethe II of Denmark directly addressing people suffering from depression and loneliness in her 2011 New Years address.