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"A Soap": En Soap, is a 2006 Danish melodramatic comedy film directed by Pernille Fischer Christensen which incorporates many of the austere techniques of Dogme style. The movie, starring Trine Dyrholm and David Dencik, follows the turbulent relationship between an abrasive beauty clinic owner and a depressed pre-op transgender woman. Made on a budget of 1.5 million dollars, it was the first feature film directed by Christensen.
- also known as En Soap, Eine Soap
- countries: Denmark, Sweden
- languages: Danish Language, English Language
- producer: Lars Bredo Rahbek
- executive producers: Bo Ehrhardt & Birgitte Hald
- production design by Rasmus Thjellesen
- written by Kim Fupz Aakeson & Pernille Fischer Christensen
- casting by Djamila Hansen
- cinematography by Erik Molberg Hansen
- edited by Asa Mossberg
- music by Magnus Jarlbo, Sebastian Öberg
- costume design by Signe Sejlund
- genres: Romance Film, Dogme 95, Melodrama, Comedy, Drama
- subject: Transsexualism
- released on (8 years ago)
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by Piet M. Lugt
its salt is called a soap.5 In general a maximum thickening effect is achieved with carboxylic acids having 18 carbon atoms .
by André O. Barel, Marc Paye, Howard I. Maibach
When a fat or oil is saponified, the sodium or potassium salt formed from the long- chain fatty acids is called a soap. The term ''soap'' refers to a group of neutralized longchain carboxylic acids which result from two primary ingredients: an alkali ...
by Robert Alan Lewis
A soap is a type of detergent in which the water-solubilizing group is a carboxylate ion, -COO, and the ...
National Painters Magazine (1914)
Sodium forms a soda oil acid or soda soap. When we use an alkali with linseed oil we have a linseed oil soap. .There are very few neutral soaps. The danger of using a soap is that the free alkali combines with the oil acid in the.paint and forms ...
The popular encyclopedia; or, 'Conversations Lexicon': [ed. by A. Whitelaw from the Encyclopedia Americana]. (1846)
by Alexander Whitelaw
The muriatic acid goes to the potash, to form muriate of potash, which dissolves in the water, and is drawn off in the spent ley, while the soda enters into combination with the fat, and forms a soap, which, on cooling, becomes solid. Two tons of ...
A Guide for the Pharmaceutist, Druggist, and Physician ; Containing Concise Explanations of the Various Subjects and Terms of Pharmacy, and Appropriate Selections of the Collateral Sciences by Hiram V. Sweringen
A soap deriving its peculiarities from an admixture of rosin and a little palm oil with the tallow employed. SOAP, HARD. See Sapo Ditrus. SOAP LINIMENT. See Camphorated Tincture of Soap. SOAP LINIMENT, CAMPHORATED.
Containing a Clear Exposition of Their Principles and Practice by Andrew Ure
Such a soap has, in fact, been known to retain every property in perfection during four or five years. When the essential oils are particularly volatile, they should not be added to the soap till its temperature has fallen to about 140° Fahr.; but in ...
A Dictionary of Chemistry (1777)
Containing the Theory and Practice of that Science: Its Application to Natural Philosophy, Natural History, Medicine, and Animal Economy by Pierre Joseph Macquer, James Keir
of ordinary soap ; with spirit of wine a very limpid solution, without any separation taking place ; and this latter solution being evaporated to dryness by a mild heat, was thickened into a soap of the fame nature as before its solution by water.
London Encyclopaedia; Or, Universal Dictionary of Science, Art, Literature and Practical Mechanics (1829)
Comprising a Popular View of the Present State of Knowledge
Nut-oil forms a soap not proper for the hands; it is of a yellowish-white color, of a moderate degree of consistence, unctuous, gluey, and continues so on exposure to the air. The soap of which linseed oil forms a constituent part is at first white, ...
by Henry Watts
A soap is thus obtained inflated with air, which gives it sufficient buoyancy to float on water. Tranmarent Soap is prepared by drying ordinary soap in a etove, dissolving it in hot alcohol, leaving the solution at rest to allow the impurities to settle ...
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- Death of a Soap Bubble
The water flows away from the top of a soap bubble, leaving just the soap holding the shape together before it completely disintegrates
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- Life is like a soap bubble
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- Literally, a soap bubble
Dalt Vila, Eivissa. Ibiza, Spain
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- It's a soap opera.
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- Building a soap box racer
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- Life is sometimes like a soap bubble ...
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- Survival Kit In A Soap Dish - Contents
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- A soap bubbles flow to air...
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- Enchanted by a soap bubble flying in Paris
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- That's a soap bubble full of dry ice smoke.
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- Jaeim seating in a soap opera set
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