The third film produced under the strict guidelines of Dogme 95 the Danish filmmaking collective founded by directors Lars von Trier and Thomas Vinterberg writer-director Soren Kragh-Jacobsen's comedy is a double surprise. Unlike previous
Dogma offerings, it's both enjoyably lighthearted and proof that even the most stridently purist approach to filmmaking can produce a cliched romantic comedy. As Kersten Jensen (Anders W. Berthelsen) tells it, he's the Danish version of the great American success story. Left to fend for himself after his parents' death, Kersten has become a successful businessman he's even married the boss's daughter (Sofie Gra...