Frede Hansen, a game salesman, is mistaken for a secret service agent on a ferry and kidnapped by enemy agents. He escapes and now the secret service want to use him as bait to track the ... See full summary »
This is surely a Danish classic movie. A must-see for Dirch Passer fans. Strangely enough Dirch hated to sing, but still he acted in quite a lot of movies where he had to show off his singing talents, and this is one of them.
The main story is all about a nun, Charlotte Borg, who is about to get married against her will, and a young soldier who likes his life as it is and his parents who also have arranged a marriage for him...Dirch is the organist at the convent and he is responsible for getting the nun to the marriage in Copenhagen...but there is a couple of things he hasn't told, so of course it all ends in confusion. It tells the story of young people in the 1880's and it tells it with laughter and music. It puts you in a happy mood, and it is really a feel good movie. A real family movie.
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