Known to her clients as Dagmar, she's a classy Swedish call girl in Copenhagen. After two years, she's ready quit, and we follow her on what she hopes is her last day in the trade. She ... See full summary »
Known to her clients as Dagmar, she's a classy Swedish call girl in Copenhagen. After two years, she's ready quit, and we follow her on what she hopes is her last day in the trade. She wakes at 9 AM, gets her first call and a marriage proposal, checks in with her doctor, pays final visits to various clients, arranges to lease her flat, passes on her black book to a colleague, tries to beg off on an impromptu session with Japanese businessmen, has a quick conversation with her brother, and makes a couple of charitable contributions. All the while, her eyes on the clock, there's the threat of her pimp finding out about her plans. If she pulls it off, what awaits? Written by
Hard to know quite what to say about this. My print is titled, Dagmar's Hot Pants, and at least the name change is appropriate as she never wears any hot pants. This was clearly made in the heady days of the mini-skirt, although they don't look so 'mini' now, but released at the hight of the 'hot pants' craze, thereby tempting the powers that be to try and cash in. Of course, even today's shorts are actually 'hotter' than the infamous 'hot pants'. But enough! Back to the film, reluctantly. Supposedly a sex comedy, but like the British ones of the period, it is neither very funny or very sexy. The girls look OK and Diana Kjaer does well enough in the lead although she would hardly get much attention today, I would guess. The men are all awful and far too old. There are a few nice touches, Copenhagen location shooting, a montage of sexy antics and some decent dialogue but although there is plenty of nudity, all the sex takes place off camera. Probably just as well.
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