After staying 3 years in America the Countess Ellie Stenholt returns home to Denmark and the family estate Stenholt. She finds that everything isn't going well noticing that the estate is falling apart and money is short.
A crime boss wants the pub Trinidad in Nyhavn, Copenhagen, but Joakim doesn't want to sell and the pub's regulars are opposed, too. His niece inherits the pub if she'll run it. What about her fiance, the regulars, and the crime boss?
A single male vet looks after different animals on an old farm he shares with a doctor/friend. By accident he ends up looking after a human girl for a while, too. Will the experience change his attitude to not wanting wife and kids?
Thirteen-year-old Benjamin discovers that his mother didn't die in an accident as he was led to believe. The trail points to high-ranking officials in the Danish Secret Service, and he is told to trust no one.
Esben Dalgaard Andersen,
Janus Nabil Bakrawi,
Alfred Bjerre Larsen
Marguerite Viby is the leading actress in both this and the Swedish version Fröken Kyrkråtta (1941). This was the second time out of six that Viby played the same lead in a Danish and Swedish version of a film. See more »
This is really something of a surprise, even today. I hadn't seen it before, and it really made me laugh. The maybe typical love story between a workaholic financial guy (played with brilliant arrogance by Poul Reumert), and a different serious typecast of Marguerite Viby as the romanticly naive, equally workaholic secretary. Notice Ib Schønberg and his wonderful dialogue and play, especially the scene, where he desperately tries to sleep. Highly recommendable at all times.
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