Christian's wife leaves him for a top Argentinian soccer player. After 11 months of drinking his wine store stock, he flies to Buenos Aires with his son, Oscar, 16, after receiving divorce papers. Will he get his wife back?

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Ole Christian Madsen (screenplay), Anders Frithiof August (screenplay)
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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Mikael Bertelsen Mikael Bertelsen ... Fortæller
Anders W. Berthelsen Anders W. Berthelsen ... Christian
Jamie Morton Jamie Morton ... Oscar
Paprika Steen ... Anna
Pablo Pirrotta Pablo Pirrotta ... Taxichauffør 3
Sebastián Estevanez Sebastián Estevanez ... Juan Diaz
Rodolfo Basile Rodolfo Basile ... Fodboldagent 1
Sérgio Amorim Sérgio Amorim ... Fodboldagent 2 (as Sergio Amorim)
Germán Romero Germán Romero ... Taxichauffør Boca (as German Romero)
Gabriel Lobianco Gabriel Lobianco ... Taxichauffør River
Miguel Forza Miguel Forza ... River fan
Juan Alari Juan Alari ... River fan
Gustavo Comini Gustavo Comini ... River fan
Adriana Mascialino Adriana Mascialino ... Fernanda
Mariano Gerling Mariano Gerling ... Boca spiller 1
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Christian is a Copenhagen wine seller on the brink of bankruptcy. Equally unsuccessful in just about every other aspect of life, it has been 17 months since his wife Anna left him. Anna works as a soccer agent in Buenos Aires and now lives a life of luxury with Argentina's top player Juan Diaz. Then one day Christian and their 16-year-old son Oscar get on a plane to Buenos Aires. Christian arrives under the pretense of wanting to sign the divorce papers, but in truth, he wants to try to win Anna back. Written by Nimbus Film Productions

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Genres:

Comedy

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Denmark's official submission to the Best Foreign Language Film category of the 84th Academy Awards 2012. See more »

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Featured in Zulu Awards '12 - Det store show (2012) See more »

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Decent comedy-drama
12 April 2020 | by grantssSee all my reviews

Decent comedy-drama. The drama side is a bit weak, but the movie is quite funny at times. Doesn't really go anywhere though.


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Country:

Denmark

Language:

Danish | Spanish | English

Release Date:

17 March 2011 (Denmark) See more »

Also Known As:

Bor, tangó, kapufa See more »

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Budget:

DKK18,400,000 (estimated)

Cumulative Worldwide Gross:

$2,701,266
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Sound Mix:

Dolby Digital

Color:

Color

Aspect Ratio:

2.35 : 1
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