2 Danish teen brothers visit their grandpa on his old fishing boat and scuba dive. Some men hire an old minesweeper to find the sunk German sub U-461 from WW2 but the brothers find it. A lot of strange things start happening.
Anja throws Viktor out of her apartment after he destroys it partying. She sees him 6 months later. He's grown up, looks good and happy, gotten a job bar-tending as well as a cute, rich girlfriend soon to be fiancee. Anja wants him back.
Charlotte Sachs Bostrup
The obstacles facing the perilous mission of 12-year-olds Ida, Sebastian and Jonas are many: a bank vault 30 meters above ground to open, secret combinations to crack, vicious guard dogs to... See full summary »
Stefan Pagels Andersen,
The tween, Mads, finds it hard to fit in. Having feelings for a girl in class and a clumsy farther who is a teacher at his school doesn't help. By an uforseen chance of events, Mads becomes somewhat of a hero, but will he win the girl?
A Danish girl sees her brother's body be taken over by the soul of an 1800s man. A boy and the local, clairvoyant inventor agree to help her. They're up against dark forces and time when they head off to the Island of Lost Souls.
Sara Langebæk Gaarmann,
Lucas Munk Billing,
One day while scuba diving off their grandfather's boat, teenage brothers Christian (Robert Hansen) and Ask (Ralf J. Hollander) discover the infamous German submarine U-461, which sank off the Danish coast at the end of the Second World War.Written by
I went to see this movie expecting a nice relaxing time in the theater with my younger sister. Instead, I had to really control myself in order to convince her that I was not scared. In many ways still a children´s story, but with a screenplay that has a lot of potential. Could have been one of the scariest movies if planned for another audience.
1 of 1 people found this review helpful.
Was this review helpful to you?
| Report this