The story is about the people in - and around - the cosy café Trinidad in the Copenhagen canal street, Nyhavn ("New Harbour"). The owner, Joakim Nielsen, runs the place as a second home for... See full summary »
First mate Knud Karlsen has just received sad news from his girlfriend. On board the ship is also chef Valdemar, sailor Ole, owner's confident son Robert and a whole bunch of eager sailors.... See full summary »
Charles and Peter have passed their law degree and are looking forward to woo a few girls in the country. For that, they need to persuade their fellow student Ditlev to play Charles' aunt from Brazil, until Charles' real aunt turns up.
This bland comedy set in a prison serves only as a footnote to the careers of a couple of Denmark´s greatest farceurs. This was the last film of both Jørgen Ryg and Dirch Passer. They´re both OK here, nothing great, a couple of giggles here and there, but a mostly forgettable fare. Dirch passed away 54 years old in 1980 (dressed in a clown suit) after a massive heart attack on the stage, which was where he always had felt at home and comfortable. Jørgen Ryg died the following year and Denmark was deprived of two of its most gifted performers, whose comedic talents were exploited and squandered in far too many mediocre and downright awful films by money-hungry executives. **
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