Kim (Karl Wagner) is an attractive and well-liked 15-year-old Danish boy with a rather ordinary life. He likes to drink beer and party with his friends. School is a bore. His parents are ...
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A group from a ten to sixteen-year-old Danish educational center breaks the rules there and goes to an uninhabited island in a stolen boat. When the boat disappears, they are left to ... See full summary »
Jens Wagn Rasmussen
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Anders T. Andersen,
The two brothers Aske (17 years old) and Bastian (12 years old) live with their father, Lasse. Their mother died seven years earlier. Every day they live in a world where fear, violence and... See full summary »
Christopher Friis Jensen,
Reine is supposed to go to a summer camp called Children's Island but decides to remain in Stockholm over the summer while his mother is working at a hospital. She thinks he is at the camp,... See full summary »
Kim (Karl Wagner) is an attractive and well-liked 15-year-old Danish boy with a rather ordinary life. He likes to drink beer and party with his friends. School is a bore. His parents are divorced and his mother doesn't make much money. She nags at him, frustrated that he wants to go out all the time, and that he doesn't apply himself or take responsibility. Suddenly Kim finds himself taken hostage by bank robbers, along with Marianne (Marianne Berg), who's also 15. They find themselves out in the country, hiding from the police, making love and meeting unusual people with unconventional points of view. What will happen to the young lovers' new romance when the adventure is over and they have to return to their real lives? Written by
The manus was written by Lasse Nielsen and his twin brother Carsten Nielsen. The manus was rewritten during the production and the direction was more a team effort than done by Morten Arnfred alone. Lasse Nielsen was the director on this production. Morten Arnfred was assigned to work behind the camera - he shut the film. Just to clear up a few misunderstandings. Music by Sebastian. The work title of the film was: I Morgen Kommer Aldrig, like one of the songs in the film. In mid production the producer Steen Herdel decided to change the title to: Måske Ku' Vi, and Sebastian had to write a new title song: Måske Ku' Vi, that became a big hit.
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