The movie is about a group of young, beautiful and most of all rich kids, who try to drown their parents neglect in booze, drugs and sex. They all live in the richest neighborhoods in ...
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16 y.o. Danish high school sophomore Viktor falls in love with senior Anja at 1st hiccup. Their little brothers (BFFs) invite him to Anja's 18th birthday party. Viktor's 2 friends also help. Where does Anja's arrogant boyfriend fit in?
Tomas Villum Jensen
Niels is invited to a 25 year reunion for his student years, and is given the task of holding the main speech. This comes at a bad time. He is troubled with his self consciousness, eyesight, Hemmoroids and age bothering him.
Niels Nørløv Hansen
Anders W. Berthelsen,
The movie is about a group of young, beautiful and most of all rich kids, who try to drown their parents neglect in booze, drugs and sex. They all live in the richest neighborhoods in Denmark with designer clothes, yachts and cars. They might look cool from the outside, but in their environment everything is about power, money and respect, and none of them can handle the pressure of constantly proving themselves to the group.Written by
Awful acting, untrustworthy story, but entertaining
This is a weird movie. Some of it is good and some is utter terrible.
Good Stuff: The halfway documentary style with the fake interviews is great. Makes the story much more believable and realistic. I also likes the flash backs and how it slowly tells the world of the young people in the movie instead of having a steady flow.
Bad Stuff: The acting is really horrible at some points. I'm not going to be the one to tell if the director or actors are to blame, but something went wrong. Another bad aspect of the movie is that this isn't believable at all. This is NOT how the world works, and NOT how the young people at Charlottenlund live their lives. Maybe they want to because some people are empty shells of young adults when they're 20, and especially north of Copenhagen, where this is supposed to be happening.
All in all an OK movie. If you can get passed the terrible acting by some of the people in it (like half of the main cast and most of the supporting actors), you'l probably enjoy it. However, if you haven't seen Kids, watch that instead. It's ten times better and much more realistic. However, it's about poor teenagers and not these over-class people.
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