Drama about a young Dane (Allan Olsen) who has traveled to America to find the father he can hardly remember. In New Mexico he gets to know the daughter of a political-religious fanatic who...
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A young woman is forced to attend a posh finishing school in the Mediterranean. She vents her anger by rebelling against the cruel and sicko headmaster. When she discovers that he has been ... See full summary »
Tricia Leigh Fisher,
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U Aung Ko,
Drama about a young Dane (Allan Olsen) who has traveled to America to find the father he can hardly remember. In New Mexico he gets to know the daughter of a political-religious fanatic who runs a "survival school". The young Dane is interested in the girl and admits to school. Later, however, there will be a violent showdown with the fanatic. But was this man, in fact, his father?
Tedious road movie of a young Dane who travels to the US and gets involved with a strange girl (pre stardom Arquette) and a religious right-wing movement, led by Geoffrey Lewis (without the orangutang). Some European directors have managed to make interesting films in the States, e.g. Wim Wenders or Lasse Hallström, but Bang Carlsen fails on all accounts. "Time Out" is as pretentious and slow as any of his domestic films, and is only recommended for Patricia Arquette completists (but don´t expect the dynamite of Alabama in True Romance). Allan Olsen is atrociously dubbed.
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