Italian for Beginners (Danish: Italiensk for begyndere) is a 2000 Danish romantic comedy film written and directed by Lone Scherfig. The film stars Anders W. Berthelsen, Lars Kaalund and Peter Gantzler, together with Ann Eleonora Jørgensen, Anette Støvelbæk and Sara Indrio Jensen. The film was made by the austere principles of the Dogme 95 movement, including the use of hand held video cameras and natural lighting, and is known as Dogme XII. However, in contrast to most Dogme films which are harsh and serious in tone, Italian for Beginners is a light-hearted comedy. Made on a low budget of $600,000, the film ranks as the most profitable Scandinavian film in history. Wikipedia
Italian for Beginners is a member of the following lists: Danish films, 2000s romantic comedy films, Films set in Venice, 2000 films, Camcorder films, Dogme 95 films, Pathé films, Films directed by Lone Scherfig, Zentropa films and Films directed by Lone Scherfig.
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