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Adam Gilbert Jespersen,
Apparently a modern version of 1947's "De Pokkers Unger"
This film appears to be a modern interpretation of the Danish classic "De Pokkers Unger" (1947) by Bjarne and Astrid Henning-Jensen. That was the first actual family movie with excellent scenographic work for its time.
I recently saw a very short excerpt and there was a scene where one of the children finds a lighter belonging to one of the crooks.
This scene and the movie's overall premise is very reminiscent of the more recent film.
If it is indeed a case of a remake, it's perhaps a bit odd that the movie's creators do not recognise their "source of inspiration".
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