Hopelessly dated and unintentionally hilarious talkfest with extensive nudity stars an uncomfortable Lisbeth Lundquist as a woman coming to terms with the men (and women) in her life. Offensively stupid dialogue and lethargic pace, with a cast that is mostly miscast, Holger Juul Hansen (Dr. Moesgaard from "The Kingdom 1 + 2") plays Lundquist´s gay friend, Ulf Pilgaard (who played the Nick Nolte part in the original Danish "Nightwatch") is her love interest. This was a box office hit in Denmark back in 1975, probably because of its many sex scenes, which are just about as erotic as the Financial Times. Directed by Peter Refn, brother of director Anders Refn ("The Flying Devils") and the uncle of director Nicolas Winding Refn ("Pusher", "Bleeder"). Watch it and have a nice nap. 0 (of ****)
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