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Italian for Beginners (Italiensk for begyndere)

Rating:R (for language and some sexuality)
Genre:Drama, Comedy, Romance
Release Date:January 18, 2002
Running time:99 minutes
Cast:Anders W Berthelsen, Peter Gantzler, Sara Indrio Jensen, Lars Kaalund, Ann Eleonora Jorgensen
Director:Lone Scherfig
Producer:Ib Tardini
Writer:Lone Scherfig
Distributor:Miramax Films

Description: Six people in a small Danish town are all in such despair over their lives that their only source of happiness is the weekly Italian class they all take. Andreas is a minister whose wife has recently died. While staying in a local hotel, he befriends the lonely concierge, who has a crush on an Italian waitress from the hotel cafe. She, meanwhile, must deal with her rude and aggressive boss. Two women in the class are both careers for elderly parents, and both are having difficulties with their bad-tempered relatives.

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