Regel nr. 1

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Regel nr. 1
Directed by Oliver Ussing
Written byMorten Dragsted
Oliver Ussing
Produced by Søren Juul Petersen
StarringSusanne Juhász
Mira Wanting
Thomas Levin
Nicolas Bro
Cinematography Morten Søborg
Edited byNanna Frank Møller
Music byVarious
Distributed by Sandrew Metronome (Denmark)
Release date
  • 2003 (2003)
Running time
87 minutes
Country Denmark
LanguageDanish

Regel nr. 1 (aka: Rule No. 1) is a 2003 Danish feature film directed by Oliver Ussing.

This romantic comedy was produced by Zeitgeist in association with Zentropa.

It stars Susanne Juhász as a young single woman, Caroline, who is continually receiving advice from her sister, Sarah (Mira Wanting), with disastrous results. She eventually realises she has to find her own way through life.

It was nominated for three Robert awards (the Danish Oscar):

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