Per Fly's last instalment of his class trilogy,Manslaughter, cleaned up on Sundaynight at the Bodil Awards in Copenhagen. The Danish Association of Film Critics Awardsare amongst the most prestigious along with the RobertAwards. Manslaughter won Best Film, Best Actor and Best femalesupporting actress. Jesper Christensen, who is alsoknown for the first of Per Flys' trilogy, The Bench, and for his role in SydneyPollack's, The Interpreter won BestActor. Per Fly's wife, CharlotteFich, won the Bestsupporting actress award.

Trine Dyrholm (In Your Hands, ASoap) always impresses the critics with her performance and won Bestactress. Nicolas Bro won Best supporting actor for his part as a footballreferee in Dagur Karis' Dark Horse and was also recentlyappointed European Star of Tomorrow in ScreenInternational. This year's honorary Bodil wasgiven to Kim Foss and Andreas Steinmann for their contribution in making NatFilm Festival the largest film festival in Denmark and for bringing cult films more into themainstream.

David Cronenberg wonthe prize for Best film from the US with AHistory of Violence and Oliver Hirschbiegel wonBest non-American film with Der Untergan (Downfall) .