Filming of MY SISTER’S KIDS AT WAR to begin

Come and say hello to Blop, Pusle, Jan, Michael, Amalie, Mrs. Flinth, Uncle Erik and the movie’s director and producer on May 26th at 11am at Thura Film, The Danish Film Studio, Blomstervænget 52, 2800 Lyngby.

In the press conference, producer Michael Obel will present the new cast of actors that are going to star in the new MY SISTER’S KIDS movie.

It has been six years since the last MY SISTER’S KIDS movie could be watched in the cinema so we are looking very much forward to revealing who are going to be playing Uncle Erik and his five nephews and nieces, not to forget the posh neighbour Mrs. Flinth.

“It is very joyful and a hell of a lot of fun, to be frank, to ‘play’ with these five children and their Uncle from scratch. I am a family father my self and know how wonderful, funny and challenging it can be to keep the whole family together”, says producer Michael Obel.

The movie MY SISTER’S KIDS AT WAR will be set in Northern Jutland.

After receiving his doctorate, the acclaimed professor in children’s psychology Erik Lund wishes to rebuilt some old German bunkers from World War II into a family therapy centre with the help from his sister’s five kids. Here, Uncle will have a lot of opportunities to test his theories on free child upbringing and family co-existence.

Naturally, things aren’t going to turn out as he bargained for. When it turns out that the owner of the local wellness centre is in the pockets of the local politicians – who don’t care much for Uncle’s project either – even the posh neighbour Mrs. Flinth will have to step in and help swing her purse and the old German canons. Together, and with a little help from some old war relics, they take on the sinister real estate speculators.

MY SISTER’ KIDS first rose to fame during the 1960s with Pusle Helmuth in the role of Pusle. In the later years, three new movies have been made – the last two being set in Norway and Egypt, respectively.

MY SISTER’S KIDS AT WAR will premiere in Danish cinemas on December 16th 2010.