Niels is invited to a 25 year reunion for his student years, and is given the task of holding the main speech. This comes at a bad time. He is troubled with his self consciousness, eyesight, Hemmoroids and age bothering him.
Niels Nørløv Hansen
Anders W. Berthelsen,
A satire, psychological drama and comedy rolled into one, director Erik Clausen's Villa Paranoia adeptly draws upon rich characters, who demonstrate the values and strength of the human heart, to create a portrait of Denmark today.
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Lærke Winther Andersen
Uneven, but amiable slice of romantic comedy drama stars Erik Clausen as aging window cleaner who romances divorced single mom Frost, several years younger than him. Good acting and Clausen´s self-deprecating humor helps, and Nykjær steals every scene he´s in as the sleazy Sigfred, but the central romance is barely credible.
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