Synopsis by Hans J. Wollstein
Danish comedian Dirch Passer was almost a force of nature. His name on a marquee all but guaranteed a film's success, even such mediocre fare as Pigen of Pressefotografen ("The Girl and the Press Photographer"). The slight plot centers on the photographer having to use all sorts of disguises in order to get close to a famous victim. He marries a girl journalist (Ghita Nørby) out of convenience (married couples get priority during an acute housing shortage) and discovers that he loves only her when she starts dallying with a sophisticated Swede (Jarl Kulle). Kulle and Nørby, fine actors when given half a chance, were thoroughly wasted in this nonsense.