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Violer er blå (1975)

TV reporter Mille wants to be liberated from matrimonial restraints and not just one man in her life. She spends time with her 2 friends Suzanne, a bi-sexual intellectual, and Lise, a prostitute. They mostly talk about men and women's lib.

Director:

Peter Refn

Writers:

Suzanne Brøgger (novel), John Ernst | 1 more credit »
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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Lisbet Lundquist ... Mille Tusindpik
Annika Hoydal Annika Hoydal ... Suzanne
Lisbet Dahl Lisbet Dahl ... Lise
Baard Owe ... John Oddheim
Holger Juul Hansen Holger Juul Hansen ... Uffe
Ulf Pilgaard Ulf Pilgaard ... Kasper
Klaus Pagh Klaus Pagh ... Leif
Jørgen Kiil Jørgen Kiil ... Leerup
Claus Strandberg Claus Strandberg ... Tv-tekniker
Gurli Løvetand Gurli Løvetand ... Herself
Jonny Eliasen Jonny Eliasen ... Ung jurist
Lars Høy Lars Høy ... Mand på restaurant
Birger Jensen Birger Jensen ... Festdeltager
Lone Lindorff Lone Lindorff ... Tv-journalist
Suzanne Brøgger Suzanne Brøgger ... Herself
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TV reporter Mille wants to be liberated from matrimonial restraints and not just one man in her life. She spends time with her 2 friends Suzanne, a bi-sexual intellectual, and Lise, a prostitute. They mostly talk about men and women's lib.

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nudity | based on novel | See All (2) »

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Drama

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Country:

Denmark

Language:

Danish

Release Date:

2 June 1975 (Denmark) See more »

Also Known As:

Violets Are Blue See more »

Company Credits

Production Co:

Kosmorama See more »
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Mono

Color:

Color (Eastmancolor)
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Superkitsch from the "free loving" 70s
24 August 1999 | by Jens-28See all my reviews

If you don't speak Danish, this won't do much for you except for massive doses of nudity. It's based on a "daring" novel by Suzanne Brøgger. All the characters encounter several kinky adventures but they all talk like way they did on the Danish theaters in 40s, making it all an unintentionally laugh riot. Even the hippies of Christiania talks like my grandparents! As funny and ultrapretentious as "Last Tango In Paris" (even though it's too long). Surely a film you can tease your "progressive" parents to death with. The mindboggling film was made by the father of Nicholas Winding Refn who made "Pusher" and "Bleeder"!


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