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Aberne og det hemmelige våben (1995)

When Hector and Elvira, a pair of young monkeys from two opposing families, fall in love, Elvira comes into possession of a secret weapon, war breaks out among the families and only she can choose between power and love.

Director:

Jannik Hastrup

Writer:

Bent Haller (screenplay)
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Credited cast:
Otto Brandenburg Otto Brandenburg ... Attila (voice)
Sofie Bredesen Sofie Bredesen ... Elvira (voice) (as Anne Sofie Bredesen)
Lisbet Dahl Lisbet Dahl ... Lucy (voice)
Anne Marie Helger Anne Marie Helger ... Moster (voice)
Bendt Hildebrandt Bendt Hildebrandt ... Bavianer (voice)
Hektor Bjoljahn Hougaard Hektor Bjoljahn Hougaard ... Hektor (voice)
Cecilie Hastrup Karshøj Cecilie Hastrup Karshøj ... Lille Piv (voice)
Tommy Kenter Tommy Kenter ... Weismüller (voice)
Jesper Klein Jesper Klein ... Svoger / Flamingo (voice)
Kirsten Lehfeldt Kirsten Lehfeldt ... Flamingo / Kamæleon (voice)
Per Pallesen Per Pallesen ... Pelikan (voice)
Claus Ryskjær Claus Ryskjær ... Alexander (voice)
Kasper Fønns Stilling Kasper Fønns Stilling ... Dixie (voice)
Barbara Topsøe-Rothenborg Barbara Topsøe-Rothenborg ... Maja (voice)
Bodil Udsen Bodil Udsen ... Big Mama (voice)
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When Hector and Elvira, a pair of young monkeys from two opposing families, fall in love, Elvira comes into possession of a secret weapon, war breaks out among the families and only she can choose between power and love.

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Country:

Denmark

Language:

Danish

Release Date:

3 February 1995 (Denmark) See more »

Also Known As:

A titkos fegyver See more »

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Color
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Has a bright future ahead of itself, as an instrument of punishment
16 November 2009 | by TBJCSKCNRRQTreviewsSee all my reviews

At least this is nice enough to reveal itself as an unwarranted attack on the audience's sight and hearing right from the start, and it doesn't take long before we realize how insulting to anyone of intelligence it is. The plot is underdeveloped(it even openly asks an immediately obvious question, though without attempting to answer it), its messages muddled and the story-telling reasonable at best. Cinematic language and structure are poor. This tries *way* too hard at being funny, and winds up not providing a single half-decent joke or gag. None of the material is original, in fact, nothing in this particularly is. How can you waste such acting talent? Why are most of the voices so unforgivably irritating and grating? What on Earth made anyone think that these songs were anything less than utterly horrible? Who is this *for*, anyway? It's not clean enough for kids, heck, I doubt they'd get it. Seriously, protection money? Sex? Drunkenness? Should children be able to understand such? And on the other hand, few adults should enjoy this, as it talks down to any and all viewers. The animation is definitely no more than just OK. There are trailers for other, and superior, family films on the DVD. I recommend this to anyone in search of a new-ish torture device. 1/10


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