Reviews - 27. jan. 2020 - pm. 20:53 Verdict on 'fawlty towers': Credibility has never been on my mind
It stands on both love and war in 'fawlty towers', so you have, in other words, all sorts of good prerequisites in order to tell a part of history. But even the best stories have it the with to fall to the ground, if they are fladpandet told. It applies even here.
Ramsing (Ramus Botoft) courting in the degree widow Frigh (Anette Støvelbæk), the fired Jan (Ash-Bang) bikes all the way from Copenhagen to seek out his secret sweetheart Bertha (Lucia Win Dirchsen), Ditmar (Mads Would) and Philip (Sigurd Holmen Le Dous) kissemisser still in dølgsmål, and lieutenant Kiessling (Anton Rubtsov) has shown a good eye for Amanda (candace parker).
Danish well-known - 27. jan. 2020 - pm. 15:14 'fawlty towers'star said from: - I shouldn't have sawed the femur of
Edward Weyse (Jens Jacob Tychsen) gets harder and harder to maintain its neutrality (which are shown rather is a general indifference) in the aftermath of, to his youngest son has stolen a German soldaterbog, and not least when the germans threatening to take over ferieparadiset, if he will not perform for them.
at the same time trying mr. Madsen (Lars Rante) to justify to his wife (Anne Louise Hassing) - and probably also himself, that he is strongly tempted to work together with the germans about the redevelopment of the Aalborg airport. Money lying as you know, the smelled only a little.
And Ditmar trying to keep the germans away from his estate, after his nazisympatiserende father-in-law officially invited them.
See also: - It was absurd
the Content fails as such is not something in this season of 'fawlty towers'. Yes, just it, to which there is a content, is a happy event in itself.
But it is still a jammer to watch.
Film, tv & radio - 17. jan. 2020 - pm. 21:52 Here are the new faces on 'fawlty towers'
I'm well aware that the amateurish folkekomediestil is a conscious aesthetic choice, and that the actors have got the clear message on to hide any possible talent to play naturally, but it still is not enjoyable to witness.
Antydningens art is not something you are dealing with here, where even the recipes in the kitchen, read up, and the many - relevant - political themes, seems like taken out of a history book for the sixth folkeskoleklasse and then thrown on the idylliserede universe with a shovel by a blind man.
I don't know about the sluggish pace and the spurious tone is an attempt to create some kind of false peace and security, but to me it seems decidedly the opposite: I'm about to go up in a painful tip to see so many missed opportunities served in such a short time. It is almost impressive annoying.
Medv.: Amalie Dollerup, Lars Ranthe, Anette Støvelbæk, Jens Jacob Tychsen m.fl.