A great cult comedy that was probably ahead of its time. A beloved movie among danish sailors. Martha is a very old and very rusty freight steamer, sailing in the Mediterranean, almost ... See full summary »
Charles and Peter have passed their law degree and are looking forward to woo a few girls in the country. For that, they need to persuade their fellow student Ditlev to play Charles' aunt from Brazil, until Charles' real aunt turns up.
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Mads Bugge Andersen,
It's danish "movie-making" at it's best , it write it this way because it was shown as a series in Denmark, not as a movie. And i can say this much the streets in Denmark was empty the nights it was on TV, It's the kind of movie you want to watch with your family around you, it's funny and very down to earth. The characters are so well displayed through the players that you just Have to see the next episode, just to know what happens next. Although you don't have to see the episodes in sequence, they can be viewed individual too. But still better to watch as it was intended as a series. From the little old maintenance man Meyer, to the owner of the local pub "rottehullet, they are all very well done, a masterwork!
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