"Nothing could be more of a hoot than to relax in your birthday suit."
Deciding to go for a 1950's Nordic cinema double bill viewing during the Easter holidays,I looked for a title from 1954 to kick things off with. Taking a look at my downloads,the first one to pop it was a sweet-sounding Comedy,leading me to spend Easter skiing.
Note:Some spoilers in review.
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Backed by Egil Monn-Iversen's jaunty score, co-writer/(with Paal Rocky) director Jon Lennart Mjoen & cinematographer Sverre Bergli sweep up a sweet Rom-Com atmosphere of rolling panning shots over rolling slopes, melting on close-ups of the meet-cute. Gliding famous skier Marius Eriksen Jr. To wave at the audience in the opening and skid into romance, the screenplay by Rocky and Mjoen keeps Ebba (a cute Inger Marie Andersen) romantic outlook bubbly, as out of place Knut Bakke tries to melt the snow and find romance.
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