Synopsis by Hans J. Wollstein
A young waiter at a summer resort hotel (Daimi) turns out to be a pretty girl in disguise, and a visiting government minister is unmasked as a variety entertainer in this Danish farce produced almost cinema verité (for which the film actually apologizes in the credits!). The stars, towering comedians Dirch Passer and Ulf Pilgaard, did their usual shtick which depended entirely upon the audience's tolerance for black-out humor. The real find of the comedy, however, was Daimi, a perky, rather off-beat pop singer, who was seen as a breath of fresh air in the somewhat stale Danish entertainment industry of the 1970s.
bishop, entertainer, mistaken-identity