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Regel nr. 1 (2003)

Not Rated | | Comedy | 31 October 2003 (Denmark)
When Caroline finds her boyfriend having sex with another woman she is invited to stay at her sister Sarahs place. Now that she is suddenly back on the dating market she takes advice on men... See full summary »

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Oliver Ussing
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Cast overview, first billed only:
Susanne Juhász Susanne Juhász ... Caroline Åkerwald
Mira Wanting Mira Wanting ... Sarah Åkerwald
Thomas Levin ... Sebastian Pontopidan
Anders Valentinus Dam Anders Valentinus Dam ... Michael
Nicolas Bro ... Palle
Claes Bang ... John T
Karen-Lise Mynster Karen-Lise Mynster ... Helle Åkerwald
Ali Kazim ... Patrick
Kamilla Gregersen Kamilla Gregersen ... Sofie (as Kamilla Bech Holten)
Peter Aalbæk Jensen ... Udlejer
Sara Bro Sara Bro ... Linda de Vries
Paw Henriksen Paw Henriksen ... Frederik
Kim Sønderholm ... Sgt. Dalsgaard (as Kim Sønderholm Andersen)
Lærke Winther ... Johanne (as Lærke Winther Andersen)
Carsten Bang Carsten Bang ... Politimand
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When Caroline finds her boyfriend having sex with another woman she is invited to stay at her sister Sarahs place. Now that she is suddenly back on the dating market she takes advice on men and fashion from her somewhat shallow sister. This leads to one dating disaster after the other. The one guy she meets on her own appears to be spoken for. Written by Frank Dabelstein <frank@dabelstein.dk>

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Lidt single er man vel altid... (You're always a little single...)

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Danish

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31 October 2003 (Denmark) See more »

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Regra Nº 1 See more »

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According to co-author and director Oliver Ussing the manuscript working title was "Søstrene Åkerwald" (The Åkerwald sisters). See more »

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the good, the bad, and the ugly
29 July 2004 | by arnold57See all my reviews

The good -- a surprising debut for director Oliver Ussing. The bad -- the truly awful script: shallow, predictable, unsophisticated, or shall I say -- amateurish The ugly -- most of the cast -- come on Herr Ussing -- you could have done better: unappealing cast dramatically and physically (with minor exceptions: Thomas Levin; Nicholas Bro.

I was pleasantly surprised by the mature directorial style of newcomer Ussing, the rest of the film is truly forgettable.

I won't dwell on the plot or its lack of logic, but why cast actresses as sisters who don't have the slightest resemblance to each other...and why is one sporting a jylland accent whereas the other one has a "Copenhagener" -- where are the parents of the sisters supposed to come from?

And what's the point of the physical infirmity? How does it contribute to the plot?

Just because Danish films are riding high, one cannot do just about anything...

Better luck next time (and don't use the same screenwriter...)


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