Tony has recently been released from a sentence for violent behaviour. He promises to improve his ways and is finally granted a few hours alone with his two children. They celebrate the reunion by going to the movies to see a new film by the famous, critically acclaimed Danish director Claus Volter. But the film is not the masterpiece it is said to be on the poster; the children are crying and Tony cannot get the money back he spent on tickets and candy. Tony does not give up; he seeks out Claus Volter in order to get an explanation and a refund. It is however easier said than done to get money out of a world-renowned filmmaker.
Tony (Ulrich Thomsen) is angry and wants his money back after watching world-famous director, Claus Volter's (Nikolaj Lie Kaas) new film. Tony just got out of prison for violent behavior. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Jessica I (jp) wrote: Soooooooooo cute <3 THEBUDDIES
Tim C (es) wrote: Im an extra in this movie :P
Ross N (ca) wrote: Seen this at the Cinema too, class
Betsy F (au) wrote: I highly recommend the book
Marrick A (au) wrote: Not even the passage of time could improve this film.
Marcie F (ca) wrote: Love Johnny Cash. older movie but was different seeing Andy griffith in a bad man role.
Jonny B (nl) wrote: One of the first films about opiate addiction. It's all rather fascinating.
Brandy C (us) wrote: Ok movie, not the same as Poe's story line, but the changes work.
Tanvir M (ag) wrote: David Lynch's ode to the Wizard of Oz is consistent with his quirky vision manifested in his earlier and future films. Dark, funny and jarringly violent, this Palme d'Or winner is not for everyone.