When Caroline finds her boyfriend having sex with another woman she is invited to stay at her sister Sarahs place. Now that she is suddenly back on the dating market she takes advice on men... See full summary »
When Caroline finds her boyfriend having sex with another woman she is invited to stay at her sister Sarahs place. Now that she is suddenly back on the dating market she takes advice on men and fashion from her somewhat shallow sister. This leads to one dating disaster after the other. The one guy she meets on her own appears to be spoken for. Written by
Frank Dabelstein <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Something has really happened in Danish movies the last 5-10 years. We've got some very capable actors/actresses, and the movie quality is steadily increasing.
This movie is the exception - that kind of exception that destroys otherwise nice statistics.
This movie is not only boring, it's down right embarassing. It seems somehow that they've made a movie with a lower budget than Your average Internet-bill and this shows both in the instruction, the locations, the story and least but not at all last on the actors --
Agreed - Mira Wanting is in no way bad looking, but it takes a little more than that to make a good movie after all. Her performance is bad and at times almost unbearable. This kind of actors should stay in the "afternoon soap business".
Susanne Juhász is by far the worst. I can't imagine why they've cast her. Her lines are delivered like it was an un-rehearsed audition in a foreign language and her general performance is almost making You feel physically ill.
I'm terribly sorry for the instructor, because I think this film would've been at least bearable if he had only had a few quality actors and a bit more money to raise this project to a decent level. In my opinion it's too bad that debut-instructors face these hard terms.
I admit that I laughed a few times when I saw it. A nervous non-deliberating laugh, probably at the "wrong" times. I didn't make it to the end of the film - I couldn't take it - I left the theater about 1 hour into the movie, and I wasn't the only one.
The title - "Regel Nummer 1" means "rule number 1" --
My rule number one is: Don't waste Your time and money.
I give this film a clear 1 which has means awful, and that word couldn't fit any movie better.
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