New Danish comedy: too thin

film Reviews - 30. oct. 2019 - at. 22:45 New German films: Involuntarily comical Ninna (Susanne Juhàsz) from the local fast food outlet in the town of Præstø

New Danish comedy: too thin

film Reviews - 30. oct. 2019 - at. 22:45 New German films: Involuntarily comical Ninna (Susanne Juhàsz) from the local fast food outlet in the town of Præstø

Ann McDonald
Ann McDonald
07 November 2019 Thursday 12:00
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New Danish comedy: too thin

film Reviews - 30. oct. 2019 - at. 22:45 New German films: Involuntarily comical

Ninna (Susanne Juhàsz) from the local fast food outlet in the town of Præstø has a long history of neglect behind him. Absent, alcoholic father and a drunken mother. So Ninna has had a hard time associating with close ties to the other. Apart from his son Dennis (Rex Leonard), who has gained all her attention.

Therefore, the colliding of her world completely, as Dennis on his 18th birthday and announces that he is moving out. Even together with her boyfriend. If he does not need her, there is no one who has it. Not even her mother, who pimper port on the nursing home and is actually much better like sygeplejeren Judith (Rikke Louise Anderson). So Ninna puts heaven and earth in motion to get Dennis to move home again. Without great good luck. What one really understands.

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Ninna is many things. Not the least embarrassing - especially if you ask Dennis. She is mouthed and low - yes, if you ask her own mother, looks like she's a retired actress. Which is not meant as any praise, if you should be in no doubt. And she is completely devoid of situational awareness.

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But, of course, hides a heart of gold behind the burly shape. It can be her new neighbor, ex-alcoholic P. (Peter Gantzler), of course, well see, so maybe there can still be room for a man in Ninnas life?

Susanne Juhàsz, which is a relatively blank sheet of paper, have, in addition to playing it in all ways all-important lead role, also wrote the screenplay, and Fabian Wullenweber (as bl.a. have made 'fawlty towers') has directed. The two runs also few private.

as such, It is a very sympathetic project, they have walk in (this is apparently just the first film in a series) with the creation of such a Hum-like character, just as proletar from the province. Them being made too few films about the.

'Ninna' definitely has its funny moments, but as a whole it cannot be said to be unconditionally successful. The settlement is simply not elegant enough to be able to compensate for the fundamental right skinny history. Not the least is too bad, because there are the rudiments of the much more relevant and explosive substance, if just one, however, had turned down a little for fjolleknappen.

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Wullenweber was 'fawlty towers', that he did not belong among the country's most subtle directors, and also here you write all the pointer with capital letters - and preferably more times, until all the warranty is with. But if you can get fixed up at the most basic fodfejl, weeded out in the plates, and keep a little again with the cheapest laugh, I would really like to see a movie more about 'Ninna'. She definitely has a good story in itself, which just needs to be folded properly.

Starring: Susanne Juhàsz, Peter Gantzler, Jesper Asholt, Kristian Halken m.fl.

Updated: 07.11.2019 12:00
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