Based on Danish newspaper Politiken's extremely popular column 'The Diary of Nynne' and the bestselling novel by the same name, we encounter Nynne in the never ending modern inferno of consumption. The life of Nynne is based on GUCCI bags and Chanel products, carpaccio and countless visits to cafés, loose relationships with men who screams 'good luck!' when they cume, unused memberships to the local gym and a lenient relationship with mixing champagne, white wine, red wine, cognac, gin, tequila and beer. It goes with out saying: Nynne has yet to experience her Kodak moment. But that doesn't throw her - or her cash credit - off balance. Written by
The studio wanted someone famous in the title role as Nynne, but Jonas Elmer disagreed. He thought many people would have different views on Nynne's look, and therefore decided to cast an unknown actress. The role went to Mille Dinesen, this is her first feature film. See more »
When Nynne is walking in front of Netto (supermarket), a dolly with the camera and crew is reflected in the window. See more »
Meet Nynne, the danish Bridget Jones - without the weight-problem... All other problems, financial and love related, sprinkled with totally embarrassing moments and clumsy moves... are present. Sounds familiar?! It's not without reason, Nynne has been compared to Bridget Jones... but then again; I loved Bridget, and I love Nynne! She's warm, independent, doesn't know how to cook, well-dressed, well employed, a typical single girl with guy-problems, funny, clumsy, dumb yet smart and lovable! What's not to love...?? This is a chick-flick though... You are hereby warned! Mille Dinesen makes a great film-debut as Nynne, and I hope we'll see more of her in the future.
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