Dance of the Polar Bears
At age 12, Lasse is a tough guy and a bright one. His life is changed when his mother, pregnant at the time, abandons his beloved father. She takes Lasse with her to live with her new paramour, a dentist as authoritarian as Lasse's Elvis Presley-fan butcher dad was easy-going. The dentist has a daughter, too, and she is a jealous schemer. Lasse tries hard to conform, but can a tiger change its stripes?
- Stars:Anders Schoubye, Tommy Kenter, Birthe Neumann, Paul Hüttel, Laura Drasbæk, Hakim Bellmann Jacobsen, Kristine Horn, Stig Hoffmeyer, Henrik Larsen, Erik Hansen, Gerda Gilboe, Astrid Villaume, Susanne Heinrich, Ralf S. Johansen, Michael Moritzen,
- Director:Birger Larsen,
- Writer:Jonas Cornell, Birger Larsen, Ulf Stark (novel)
At age 12, Lasse is a tough guy and a bright one. His life is changed when his mother, pregnant at the time, abandons his beloved father. She takes Lasse with her to live with her new paramour, a dentist as authoritarian as Lasse's Elvis Presley-fan butcher dad was easy-going. The dentist has a daughter, too, and she is a jealous schemer. Lasse tries hard to conform, but can a tiger change its stripes? . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Dance of the Polar Bears torrent reviews
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(mx) wrote: I love Rogen, Franco, and Jeong, but this movie was not funny, interesting, or entertaining. Probably because I don't smoke weed, so I wasn't high when I watched it.
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