The otherwise close-knit family is in crisis. Mie and Ole can no longer bear to share a room, Søs is tired of acting as the family’s surrogate mother, and Dad does not have the usual surplus to tackle Uncle Anders’ peculiar behavior. Little Per is left, who is just sad about it all. Uncle Anders therefore registers the family for a stay at a family therapy place, where the family will live as Vikings for a week. In the company of the children’s holiday guest Olivia, the family sets off to get things in order. With them, of course, they also have the elephant Bodil, the whole family’s old stuffed animal, who suddenly comes to play a major role when she is involved in one of the eager therapists’ self-invented Viking exercises.
OK, this is the only new “Far til Fire” movie i’ve watched. The old “Far til Fire” movies were hundred times better! So i watched this film in the movie theater with my school, and some kids loved it, but some kids (including me) hated it.
I would also say, that it’s a movie for VERY small children, because they sing a lot in the film.
The quality is good. The acting is not the best. The voice is not good. The camera movement is trash (they litterly didn’t stabilize it!) And the story is sooooooo bad!
Director: Martin Miehe-Renard
Writers: Gitte Løkkegaard, Martin Miehe-Renard
Stars: Martin Brygmann, Thomas Bo Larsen, Elton Rokahaim Møller
Release Date: 1 October 2020 (Denmark)
Format : MPEG-4
Format profile : Base Media
Codec ID : isom (isom/iso2/avc1/mp41)
File size : 1.02 GiB
Duration : 1 h 24 min
Overall bit rate : 1 728 kb/s