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Hans
Maria Garland ...
Hans' mor
Johannes Meyer ...
Zimmermann
Paul Hagen ...
Benny
Judy Gringer ...
Susie
Ingeborg Skov ...
Fru Thurøe
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Johannes
Carl Johan Hviid ...
Joachim
Hans Kurt ...
Direktør Jansen
Birgitte Federspiel ...
Fru Jansen
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Heck, I'll adopt ya
14 July 2010 | by (Denmark) – See all my reviews

Honestly, why have I heard so little about this(it's much more obscure than several worse pictures of this sort)? My father got this on sale, and he's certain that he didn't catch it in his youth. Well, there is an obvious reason this might have gotten overlooked. Dirch is very restrained for almost all of it. That's not what audiences expected. I like to call him our own Jim Carrey, if that helps you international movie-lovers. Think of when he did less goofy and energetic roles... it's the same with Passer, who proves here(and elsewhere) that he genuinely could act, and excellently at that. So does Nørbye, who was cute, sweet and beautiful back then, and they both completely fit their parts. He is convincing as the capable executive shy around the opposite sex(among other things from living with his mother for so long), and she as the smart girl who is tired of being thought of as a plaything for millionaires, but who does want to try the high life. They're both charming and likable. Maybe females taking charge is not considered to be an original concept anymore; it was at the time, however, and this came out five years before the Women's Lib movement began in '68. Granted, there is arguably racism in this, if they ethnic group is really not made to look negative. This is surprisingly well-done, better than you'd expect from the period and from here. It's filmed and edited nicely, and there are no gimmicks in it. The FX look good and hold up well. You can tell that this is by Balling, who went on to make The Olsen Gang series; the dialog has plenty of funny little details(in general this is well-researched), repetitions, wordplay and cleverness, and it is delivered swiftly and compellingly. The humor is entirely human, we can relate to almost everything(well, the mix-ups near the end are over the top, though it does not annoying), as this jokes about politeness, institutions, traditions, religion, etc. A little of it is silly. Everything is set up well and pays off properly. A lot of what we made back then was not balanced or solid... this is. The conclusion is underplayed and effective. This features plenty of Danish names from back then, some big. The DVD comes with subtitles, and they help, as well as 8 classic trailers for similar flicks. There is a little suggestive material in this. I recommend this to any fan of our romantic comedies from back then. 7/10


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