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Bodil Jørgensen is the star here, as Bente who is the heiress of her fathers farm after his death, he also wished for an arranged marriage with Gorm (Bjarne Henriksen), a typical male from the 1800's. But Bente is too strong a woman for both him, and all the other characters in the film. She's probably 100 years ahead of her time. Very powerful performances by all, and maybe more true to the novels of Morten Korch, than the older films. Only bad thing is the musics main title, that is too annoying compared to the pictures and opening dialogue.
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