Comedy experiment portraying six days in the life of Mikael Wulff in which he tries to recollect his lost memory.






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Complete series cast summary:
Mikael Wulff ...
 Mikael Wulff (6 episodes, 2001)
 Pjortr Sjparo / ... (6 episodes, 2001)
Mette Agnete Horn ...
 Maiken - Teacher / ... (6 episodes, 2001)
Camilla Warming ...
 Speaker (6 episodes, 2001)
Geo ...
 Aikiko (5 episodes, 2001)
Lasse Rimmer ...
 Lasse Rimmer (4 episodes, 2001)
 Kyle Bradford - Erotic Wrestler / ... (3 episodes, 2001)


Comedy experiment portraying six days in the life of Mikael Wulff in which he tries to recollect his lost memory.

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14 November 2001 (Denmark)  »

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(6 episodes)


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Available on the 2-disc DVD release of _Allegro (2005)_, released on 14 March 2006 by SF Film A/S [dk]. See more »


Referenced in iChat mellem Boe og Wulff (2006) See more »

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Keep Your Eyes in Seat Belts!
31 March 2006 | by (Denmark) – See all my reviews

Kissmeyer Basic is only 1½ hour in total but is still greater than life itself. It is one part sci-fi Blade Runner/Matrix, one part surreal L'Âge d'Or/Naked Lunch and one part Casper & Mandrilaftalen/?.

The plots of the different episodes are often very far-out science fiction stories: In one episode the protagonist, Wulff, is forced into a job as a terminator to shut down the robot Pjotr Sjparov, who believes that he is human, with cinnamon bread rolls, and in another episode Wulff is introduced to "The Kissmeyer System" which controls the entire world. But the plots are very incomprehensible and the "basic premises", introduced in the beginning of each episode, change every time.

Frank Hvam has a new role in every episode and delivers his best performance ever as the architect Abel W. Dip who is trapped in a super market and harassed by Jørn Utzon's bird sounds and whose drawings mainly consist of buildings more than 30 km tall.

Kissmeyer Basic is very much like Casper & Mandrilaftalen spiced up with crazy and scratchy editing (Almost the entire series is filmed with "fisheye" and very high contrast and many of the shots are filmed directly into the sun), wild sci-fi stories and action-packed animations by Morgenthaler.

Kissmeyer has to be seen to be believed. It is one of the most intense movie experiences I've ever had, even surpassing Buñuel, Kubrick, Polanski and Fellini, though not everyone might like it that much. The only drawback is Mette Horns performance.

Kissmeyer Basic is available as a bonus-DVD for Allegro and is worth buying even though Allegro isn't worth watching.

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