Walter's a handsome airline steward who catches the eye of Inge, winner of Malaga's Miss Moonlight contest. Carlo is a motor-mouthed goof who has a "heel bar" (a combination shoe shop and ...
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Coffee has been outlawed and an organization of retired people smuggle coffee from the Swedish mafia, while Walter pursues his new love interest and Carlo deals with a midlife crisis after being dumped by his girlfriend.
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Nikolaj Lie Kaas,
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Walter's a handsome airline steward who catches the eye of Inge, winner of Malaga's Miss Moonlight contest. Carlo is a motor-mouthed goof who has a "heel bar" (a combination shoe shop and tavern); his companion, Elly, is shooting a video of him. Inge discovers she's an unwitting smuggler, bringing diamonds into Denmark in the heel of a sandal she's won at the beauty contest. When Carlo and Walter take Walter's mom on holiday back to Malaga, Inge follows looking for more diamonds. They're also tailed by Ateza, the smuggler; he kidnaps Inge and orders his men to kill Carlo. Blithely unaware of the dangers, Carlo and Walter (with Elly's camera running) pursue their vacation.Written by
[Walking past the long queue]
Elly, should we get a quick picture of the queue etiquette. Just a second, just a second - a small blink of an eye. Step aside, step aside, excuse me, excuse me - excuse you - may the old lady please get past. You too. Thank you. Good
[dropping plane tickets on check in counter]
. Hello and howdy.
You will have to stay in the queue like all the others, there is enough room for everybody
[Carlo dropping all luggage on the conveyor belt]
I don't think daddy caught the...
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I totally agree with Phrankster."Walter and Carlo" IS Denmark in the eighties. Everyone had been to Spain on Charter Holidays and the "folk comedy" genre was what we had all grown up with, so we could all relate to it, in opposition to the more "art cinema" oriented films. It is actually funny and bit anarchistic, and was a big office hit as far as I remember. Jarl Friis Mikkelsen and Ole Stephensen do a rather good job trying to revive the folk comedy, but...making TWO sequels, each one worse than the other. Well, Hollywood does it all the time. Anyway, that was what filled the seats at the time when movie theaters were closing down one by another around the country.
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