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RULE NO. 1

by Oliver Ussing

synopsis

A drama comedy about "fish-out-of-water" Caroline and her sister Sarah, both in their mid-twenties. Caroline is forced to leave her unfaithful boyfriend, and the only place she can crash is with her sister with whom she does not get along. Sarah graciously offers Caroline a tiny room in her apartment and decides to help her find Mr Right. Caroline isn't sure she's cut out for the dating game, but Sarah assures her there's nothing to it. Caroline is sent on a series of gruelling and comic dates with everything from nimble pickup artists, to adventure sports freaks and a karaokesinging stockbroker. But in the end what the two sisters really find is themselves.

international title: RULE NO. 1
original title: REGEL NR. 1
country: Denmark
year: 2003
genre: fiction
directed by: Oliver Ussing
film run: 95'
release date: DK 31/10/03
screenplay: Morten Dragsted, Oliver Ussing
cast: Susanne Juhász, Mira Wanting, Thomas Levin, Nicolas Bro, Anders Valentinus Dam, Claes Bang, Kamilla Bech Holten, Ali Kazim, Karen-Lise Mynster, Lærke Winther Andersen
cinematography by: Morten Søborg
film editing: Nana Frank Møller
art director: Thomas Ravn
music: Peter Albrechtsen
producer: Søren Juul Petersen
production: Zeitgeist, DFI - Danish Film Institute
distributor: Sandrew Metronome
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