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?
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 »
First mate Knud Karlsen has just received sad news from his girlfriend. On board the ship is also chef Valdemar, sailor Ole, owner's confident son Robert and a whole bunch of eager sailors.... See full summary »
Danish film from 1957. The son Jens runs Seat from Home and returns after 20 years. Reunits with old friends. Not all finds themselves happy about Jens's return, that brings new things and changes to the villiage.
Emil Hass Christensen
Buster is an aspiring magician battling his status as a geek. Making things more difficult is his small size. This movie chronicles Buster's unique way of dealing with bullies, school, his ... See full summary »
Mads Bugge Andersen,
This is actually a real disaster movie. Everything goes wrong - for the director. There's no plot, no drama, no romance: a true disaster - movie!
The movie promises to be great family entertainment and set a cozy Christmas atmosphere. However the composition is totally bonkers, with many random scenes thrown in which have absolutely no ties to what little there is of the main storyline. This makes for an anodyne, confusing and frustrating experience. The movie pretends to want to take you on a great journey, but never gets you anywhere.
Supposedly this movie is riddled with famous actors... however the only one who doesn't seem to be a robot or isn't grotesquely overplaying his part is the minister (Played by Poul Bundgård), who actually manages to make his character come to life in a meaningful way. However this is not at all enough to save the movie.
The most interesting thing about this movie was that it made us discuss the danish sense of nationality and found that it is comparable to a small monkey in the corner of the room, playing with itself.
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