4 Danish kids find a cookie jar filled with cash while playing in the woods. They decide to keep the money, at least until a reward is offered. But the crooks want "their" money back and will do whatever necessary to accomplish this.

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Cast overview, first billed only:
Ricki Rasmussen ...
Tania Frydenberg ...
Karen
Ken Vedsegaard ...
Nanna Bøndergaard ...
Torben Jensen ...
Søren Østergaard ...
Mannicke
Ulla Gottlieb ...
Lasse's mor
Helle Merete Sørensen ...
Jørn's mor
Kirsten Cenius ...
Nanna's mor
Hans Henrik Clemensen ...
Lasse's far (as Hans Henrik Clemmensen)
Kamilla Kæmpe ...
Vivi
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Jørn's far
Søren Steen
Carsten Bang
Dorthe Gersbye ...
(as Dorthe Gersby)
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4 Danish kids find a cookie jar filled with cash while playing in the woods. They decide to keep the money, at least until a reward is offered. But the crooks want "their" money back and will do whatever necessary to accomplish this.

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7 October 1988 (Denmark)  »

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A great crime movie for the whole family!
9 November 2006 | by (Holbæk, Denmark) – See all my reviews

The Danish movie "Guldregn" from 1988 is just about the best Danish family movie ever made. The story is good and both children and adults can relate to it.

Four very different children find 800.000 Danish crowns (120.000$) buried in the forest. The money is from a recent robbery at the local post office. But when the robbers discover the location of the money the children are thrown into a dangerous web and have to find a way to escape.

The movie has an awesome atmosphere, the music is superior, the children and especially the grown-up actors give great performances. And Søren Kragh-Jakobsen has done a fine job directing the movie.

I love the fact that the movie portrays Denmark in the 1980's - before every child had a mobile phone and before Danish movies had to be filled with action and special effects all the time. This is a good Danish movie which takes its time to tell an exciting story using the necessary means. The movie contains both humor, suspense and lots of atmosphere. Furthermore, it's one of the few Danish crime movies made for the whole family.

The DVD-release features great picture quality - the colors are bright and the picture is clear and crisp despite the fact that the movie is 18 years old. The bonus material is really good. There's both an interview and a feature-length commentary by script writer Anders Bodelsen and director Søren Kragh-Jakobsen who tell about the making of the movie. This is both entertaining and interesting.

I can only give this DVD-release my best recommendations to all Danish movie-lovers, adults as well as children. "Guldregn" is an amazing movie for everybody. It's a movie you won't forget once you've seen it.


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