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  • Gun Penhoat

    Italian for Beginners - Danish black comedy

  • Signe Mai Soested

    "Italian for Beginners" ("Italiensk for begyndere"). One of the first commercially succesful movies from the director Lone Scherfig whom you might recognize as the woman who created "An Education" and "One Day". But this movie is in danish, nonetheless is it super charming, funny and feel-good in the purest sense of the word. And the numbers speak for themselves; the movie is one of the most watched movies of all time in danish movie history. Go join the club! <3 <3 <3 <3

  • R Barlas

    Italian for Beginners (2000) Writer: Lone Scherfig Stars: Anders W. Berthelsen, Anette Støvelbæk, Ann Eleonora Jørgensen | See full cast and crew

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