Denmark, April 9th, 1940. Danish industrialist (portrayed by Jesper Christensen of James Bond fame) , cooperates and profits from the German occupation of Denmark. While his family finds themselves on opposite sides of the conflict.
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Stubborn pig farmer Ernst and his wife Louise celebrate their golden wedding anniversary in the local assembly hall. During the long and festive party, truths emerge and the family is put to the ultimate test.
Adam Ild Rohweder
Danish american in an exciting time but dull package
Entertainment value: 5
World building and depth: 6
Characters and dialog: 4
Nice setting in the American 40s.
The dialog felt bland. The acting was not that good most of the time. The main character did not fit his role in my opinion. The American president was the sweetest old man, dunno if theodore roosevelt was that man in reality.
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