Ttwelve-year-old boy Dennis P lives in Copenhagen with his mother. Since the death of his father, his mother has been both depressed and overprotective. At school he struggles to cope with a mean and obsessive teacher, and the girl he likes seems to be more interested in his best friend than him. One day he walks into a church and, expecting little effect, exclaims his wishes of better luck at home and at school. Miraculously, an angel who looks a lot like Dennis' father appears and presents him the gift of a pair of angel wings. From then on, Dennis can literally get anything he points at, changing the behaviour of other people as he sees fit. It's the experience of a lifetime, but can it last?Written by
Peter Brandt Nielsen
From Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky's "Liturgy of St. John Chrysostom"
Performed by the Corydon Singers conducted by Matthew Best
Courtesy of Hyperion Records, London, England See more »
A "Fed" Movie
I Saw this movie in the cinema, and was astonished. This was a movie, with a used concept, butt non the less a great entertainment value. The Acting was great considering it was mostly kids who played the roll. Butt has allso something to do with the fact that it was a Danish movie - they are (allmost) all great and is becoming even greater. The Songs in it is something worth talkin about there has been done a great job on the songs so they really deserve extra credit. All in all a pretty great movie with a grest humor and good characters and very, very good acting. It deserves its great Rating
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