Anne, the secret lovechild of a newly deceased baron is the sole heir to Rosensteen Castle. Her grandmother, the Baroness, who only discovers that she has a grandchild after the death of ...
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At the turn of the century a soldier an a convent novice are being forced by their parent to marry each other. Both unaware what the other one looks like meet accidentally the night before ... See full summary »
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Anne, the secret lovechild of a newly deceased baron is the sole heir to Rosensteen Castle. Her grandmother, the Baroness, who only discovers that she has a grandchild after the death of her son, finds the young rough-around-the-edges woman at the nearby gas station and begins the process of making an educated woman out of her in order to make her a fitting heiress of the castle and title. The snake in this paradise is the Baroness' distant relative Clarissa who attempts to secure the Castle for her own son Henning by burning Anne's only proof of her identity; her birth certificate. In the meantime, Anne gets engaged to Henning. But Anne, now the centre of family squabbles, soon finds herself in a dilemma of chosing between her new polished life and her uncomplicated past life, and in the end she finds a beautiful solution that combines the best of both worlds.
Gitta Nørby is wonderful as a mechanic who turnes into a baroness
Gitta Nørby and Dirch Passer are just simply great in this movie about a sweet young girl who works as a mechanic when she suddenly finds out she is the heiress to a beautiful estate/castle. The complication which follows when she has to move into the castle and suddenly become a "fin dame" educated woman is extremly funny. Ove sprogø and karl stegger are just great to. The castle's ghost is also very funny and the battle between the Rosenstens and the Ravenfelds are superb. The elderly baroness and the young Gitta Nørby's controversy gives the movie an extra dimension.
The funny scene at dinner: Skal jeg sige det på den måde...Ja gør som jeg siger...meget vel......
HA HA HA HA HA HA HA
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