Synopsis by Hans J. Wollstein
The juvenile delinquent theme, so popular in Hollywood in the early '50s, reached faraway Denmark with Farlig Ungdom (Dangerous Youth). Making his screen debut, blond Ib Mossin plays the country bumpkin who moves to the capital and gets involved with the wrong crowd. He is arrested after a particularly brutal robbery, is shipped off to a home for juvenile delinquents, and later returns to the city more hardened than ever. A Troy Donahue look-alike, young actor Ib Mossin became a matinee idol on account of this moralistic tale.
arrest, atrocity, delinquency, prison, rebel-without-a-cause, robbery