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Elsker elsker ikke... (1995)

Hannah is a 30-something florist with several boyfriends. She hires 21-year-old Per as a delivery boy. Their relationship develops, but Hannah grows jealous when Per (apparently) continues ... See full summary »

Director:

Carsten Sønder

Writer:

Carsten Sønder
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Cast

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Charlotte Sieling Charlotte Sieling ... Hannah
Sune Otterstrøm Sune Otterstrøm ... Per
Margrethe Koytu Margrethe Koytu ... Susie
Jens Jørn Spottag ... Jørgen
Erik Wedersøe Erik Wedersøe ... Henning
Peter Aude Peter Aude ... Troels
Henning Jensen ... Reestauratør
Louise Fribo Louise Fribo ... Caja
Lars Bom Lars Bom ... Jan
Aske Wong Aske Wong ... Asser
Morten Gundel Morten Gundel
Annevig Schelde Ebbe Annevig Schelde Ebbe ... Niece
Annette Ketscher Annette Ketscher ... Julie
Gerda Gilboe Gerda Gilboe ... Fru. Jørgensen
Gyrd Løfquist Gyrd Løfquist ... Guldbrudegom
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Hannah is a 30-something florist with several boyfriends. She hires 21-year-old Per as a delivery boy. Their relationship develops, but Hannah grows jealous when Per (apparently) continues to see his old girlfriend. A film about fear of commitment. This theme is supported by Hannah's father, her financial problems, and her reluctance to become a god-mother. Written by Richard Webber <rwebber@cs.mu.oz.au>

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Drama | Romance

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Country:

Denmark

Language:

Danish

Release Date:

17 March 1995 (Denmark) See more »

Also Known As:

Love Me, Love Me Not See more »

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Love Me, Love Me Not
3 May 1999 | by MaRX-4See all my reviews

A brilliant Danish film about the rise of fascism in the early 1960's.

Details the life of Hannah, the owner of a flower shop, who gradually becomes involved in the Danish far-right movement, much to the anger of her family, particularly her father.

But yes, all the corny old songs suddenly throb with new meaning.

A good film all round.


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