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Cast overview, first billed only:
Peter Hesse Overgaard Peter Hesse Overgaard ... Lasse
Kirsten Lehfeldt Kirsten Lehfeldt ... Ditte
Steen Svare Steen Svare ... Jesper
Henrik Scheele Henrik Scheele ... Terje
Pernille Højmark Pernille Højmark ... Pia
Inger Hovman Inger Hovman ... Inge Lise
Arne Siemsen Arne Siemsen ... Lortemaleren
Aage Haugland Aage Haugland ... Goldbauer
Søren Østergaard Søren Østergaard ... Hr. Finth
Peter Boesen Peter Boesen ... Tørberg
Karen Clayborn Karen Clayborn ... Liza Finkelstein
Marianne Moritzen Marianne Moritzen ... Bente
Cecilia Zwick-Nash Cecilia Zwick-Nash ... Silden
Sven Wanda Omann Sven Wanda Omann ... Profeten
Nicolai Brüel Nicolai Brüel ... Jesus
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Drama | Family

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Country:

Denmark

Language:

Danish

Release Date:

16 March 1990 (Denmark) See more »

Also Known As:

Rakas kelmi See more »

Company Credits

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Per Holst Filmproduktion See more »
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Sound Mix:

Dolby

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Color

Aspect Ratio:

1.85 : 1
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Egocentric male revealed
28 December 2013 | by milton-freddySee all my reviews

This is a satirical movie by the effective humorist filmmaker Helle Ryslinge, who had already established her style in 'Flamberede hjerter' with much acclaim. The male leading part, Lasse, is a pompous egocentric liar, and probably since the director is a woman, there are no forgiving points to his touchy performance. Maybe the director has to come to terms with some personal discomfort showing us this uncompromising unsympathetic character. Lasse shows a highly questionable jealousness to his partner's creative success, and it only gets worse as the plot progresses. Furthermore the director manages to make her female character thoroughly convincing, no question helped along by the fact that she herself is a woman. The ensemble of strange original characters in the surroundings add an almost Fellini like dimension to the sordid affair. Women can indeed be funny, in case you had any doubt.


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