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Jesper Jensen is a successful IT salesman who stops at nothing, even if it means backstabbing his best friend. Being number one in the company and having a beautiful wife and a lovely home, Jesper seems to lead a perfect life, but one day his arrogance and self confidence hits him in the face like a boomerang and he loses everything overnight. Jesper is sentenced to do community service at a recycling center with the odd and funny characters Dion, Theodor, and Lotte. At first he looks down on these people and doesn't want to be associated with them. When he begins to loosen up, however, he discovers that he can learn a lot from their straight forward and honest approach to life. Written by
The opening sequence of the theatrical version featured a shot of the headquarters of the scandalized IT Factory, a company involved in huge corporate frauds. The text on the front of the building was changed in the DVD version to say ITS Infocom. See more »
Outtakes are shown throughout the credits. See more »
I have to start with the fact that Thure Lindhardt is one of my favorite actors, and he was the main cause that made me watch this movie. I wasn't disappointed by his performance, as it was great as usual. The rest of the cast wasn't bad either. I'm not quite sure about the movie itself though..Maybe the script was bad, maybe the jokes were dull, or maybe I just didn't get it..Each nation has it's own sense of humor-although I understand danish, I didn't find the jokes funny at all. But that doesn't necessarily mean they were bad. Romanian jokes are hilarious for us, but might seem totally unfunny for an outsider, either because they are untranslatable or we just don't share the same sense of humor.After all, it's all relative.
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