Born in Sweden in 1977, DANIEL ESPINOSA (Directed by) graduated from the
director's program at the National Film School of Denmark in 2003, with his
acclaimed and award-winning student final film, the dramatic short The Fighter.
His debut feature film was 2004's Babylonsjukan (The Babylon Disease), which
follows the story of a woman who must move in with a friend and his large group
of slacker friends.
Espinosa's second feature was the Danish film Outside Love (2007), which was
critically acclaimed and won numerous international awards. The film is a drama
that tells the story of Shmuli, a single father who dreams of moving to the
U.S., and his troubled love affair with a young Pakistani woman.
In 2010, Espinosa directed his third feature film, Snabba Cash (Easy Money). It
was the biggest film in Sweden that year and was also the first film in the
world to knock Avatar out of the top spot at the Swedish box office. The film
was acquired by The Weinstein Co. for U.S. distribution.
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