All inclusive (2014)

Director
Hella Joof

Main cast
Danica Curcic; Maria Rossing; Bodil Jørgensen; Carsten Bjørnlund; Diogo Infante

Genres
Comedy

Description
After finding out that her husband cheated on her, Lise and her two daughters Ditte and Sigrid decides to go on vacation to Malta. The two sisters are very different and tries to cheer the mother up in very different ways. All inclusive is a movie about love and figuring out how to be a family.


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