Nordisk Film Production and Nordisk Film Distribution is proud to present JOMFRUER FRA RUMMET, an original Danish Teen Comedy written by Thomas Glud and directed by feature film debuting Peter Molde-Amelung.
A hilarious, playful, relatable, and imaginative youth film about love and sex amongst High schoolers, JOMFRUER FRA RUMMET is one of the first films to come out of the Danish Film Institute’s new comedy support scheme that aims at strengthening the production of original Danish teen and youth comedies.
The final exams are closing in on Gustav and Buller as High school is coming to an end and the best friends spend most of their time thinking and talking endlessly about sex. When an alien in the form of a young, good looking guy called Allan, suddenly appears and moves in with the shy Gustav, the two outsiders’ lives take a radical turn. Unaware of Allan’s plans to take over the world by propagating as many humans as possible, Gustav and Buller quickly form a special bond with the handsome alien. But as time goes by, it dawns on the trio that sex is so much more than propagation. And that completely changes their world.
A cast of brand-new talents
Nordisk Film Production and Peter Molde-Amelung have casted a group of fresh new talents for JOMFRUER FRA RUMMET. In the lead as the shy outsider Gustav is Albert Rosin Harson, who had his breakthrough in the Christmas calendar-series Tinkas Juleeventyr and Tinka and Kongespillet and appeared on Dancing with the Stars in 2021. Brand new names Milo Campanale, Zelma Lewerissa, Tobias Maj Stelzner and Frederikke Sofie Faber all appear in their first feature film role with Tobias Maj Stelzner and Frederikke Sofie Faber taking on the role of the alien as their debut on the silver screen. Surrounding the fresh young cast, the audience can also look forward to meeting Peder Pedersen and Julie Agnete Vang as Gustav’s embarrassing parents as well as Lars Hjortshøj, Jesper Ole Feit, Helle Dolleris, and Pernille Højmark in supporting roles.
JOMFRUER FRA RUMMET is produced by Trin Hjortkjær Thomsen, Katrine Brygmann Salomon and Laura Frederikke Kragholm for Nordisk Film Production. Shooting started on October 4th 2021, and the film is set to premiere in the fall of 2022. The film is supported by The Danish Film Institute by children and youth consultant Lotte Svendsen. The film will be distributed in Denmark by Nordisk Film Distribution.