Chop Chop (film)

  (Redirected from Fukssvansen)

Chop Chop is a 2001 Danish comedy film. Its original Danish title is Fukssvansen, which literally means "the panel saw". Written and directed by Niels Arden Oplev, the film stars Martin Buch [da], Anders W. Berthelsen, and Sidse Babett Knudsen, and was produced by Zentropa.[1][2][3]

Chop Chop
Directed byNiels Arden Oplev
Produced bySisse Graum Jørgensen
Written by
Music byJacob Groth
CinematographyLars Vestergaard
Edited bySøren B. Ebbe
Distributed byNordisk Film
Release date
  • 2 November 2001 (2001-11-02) (Denmark)
Running time
90 min.


Dennis (Martin Buch) and Carl (Anders W. Berthelsen) are brothers who live on a small farm in the country side. None too bright Dennis wants a girlfriend for Christmas. Carl makes sure that Dennis gets just that when he meets Rita (Sidse Babett Knudsen) at the local pub. She is on the run from her husband and she doesn't turn down the chance to hide away at Carl and Dennis'. One festive evening, aided and abetted by Carl, Dennis and Rita, Finn who also lives at the farmhouse takes a few too many of his home-made acid toffees. And suddenly Carl and Dennis find themselves with a major problem, a girl to manage and some very inquisitive neighbours.



At the 55th Bodil Awards, Tommy Kenter won the Best Supporting Actor award and Birthe Neumann was nominated for Best Supporting Actress. At the 2002 Robert Award ceremony, Birthe Neumann won for Best Supporting Actress and Søren Skjær won for Best Production Design, and Kristian Eidnes Andersen was nominated for Best Sound.[4][5]


  1. ^ Mette Hjort; Eva Jørholt; Eva Novrup Redvall (2010). The Danish Directors 2. Intellect Books. pp. 203–. ISBN 978-1-84150-271-7.
  2. ^ Historical Dictionary of Scandinavian Cinema. Scarecrow Press. 31 August 2012. pp. 302–. ISBN 978-0-8108-5524-3.
  3. ^ Peter Schepelern (2010). Filmleksikon (in Danish). Gyldendal A/S. pp. 28–. ISBN 978-87-02-04523-9.
  4. ^ "Robert-priser 2002". Retrieved 3 February 2015.
  5. ^ " - et filmmagasin i bredformat". Retrieved 3 February 2015.

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