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Based on Danish newspaper Politiken's extremely popular column 'The Diary of Nynne' and the bestselling novel by the same name, we encounter Nynne in the never ending modern inferno of consumption. The life of Nynne is based on GUCCI bags and Chanel products, carpaccio and countless visits to cafés, loose relationships with men who screams 'good luck!' when they cume, unused memberships to the local gym and a lenient relationship with mixing champagne, white wine, red wine, cognac, gin, tequila and beer. It goes with out saying: Nynne has yet to experience her Kodak moment. But that doesn't throw her - or her cash credit - off balance. —Anonymous
Enjoyable and a quick watch.
I enjoyed this movie a lot. I watched it in danish with English subtitles and still got all of the jokes, so little dialogue is lost in the translation. This story follows a woman named Nynne who was dumped by her boyfriend while she was expecting him to propose. She then sets out to try and forget him by going out with other guys, who end up to be crazy, and by drowning her pain with shopping and food. This movie has a lot of laughs and heart warming scenes, but its not a great work or anything, and it very predictable. See this movie if you get the chance to, the actor of nynne is very good. This has a lot of adult material in it, and shouldn't be watched by kids at all.
- May 21, 2006
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