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Ole Christian Madsen
Anders W. Berthelsen,
I take this from my blog and post it also here, as almost ten years after its original publication nobody else reviewed this title here.
For watching such films TV is enough. It was shown on our domestic (Danish)culture channel, probably because a PhD student is involved.
It is kind of romantic comedy set in a school for grown-ups. It is going to show us, how an intellectual who has only read about love, is going to meet romance in reality. Bad luck he falls in love with a lesbian and destroys their relationship. (And what is the point of this? To show that dykes don't stay together anyway? And why does she call him a pig? Clichés queuing, waiting until it is their call.) I suppose this is conceived as very funny.
The film is set in Korsør, a provincial town in Denmark. Thus it is again a good opportunity to present us with a selection of weirdos, losers and other sad characters, as usual in Danish movies set outside the metropolis.
A film nobody needs.
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