Synopsis by Jonathan Crow
A big hit in its native Denmark, this feel-good romantic comedy is about sex, children, marriage, and infidelity. The film focuses on two married couples. Sus (Sidse Babett Knudsen) and her Italian husband Sonny (Rafael Edholm) are debating whether or not to have a child; he's eager to have one while she waffles. Meanwhile, Niller (Niels Olsen) and Lizzie (Sos Egelind) decide to adopt a baby girl from Africa. When Niller and Sus meet for the first time, sparks fly, but nothing ultimately happens. Later, though, a pregnant Sus dumps Sonny after learning of his philandering, and her thoughts once again return to Niller. Den eneste en was screened at the 1999 Haugesund Film Festival.
adoption, extramarital-affair, husband-and-wife, marital-problems, marriage, pregnancy