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Nynne (movie poster).jpg
Original movie poster
Directed by Jonas Elmer
Produced by
  • Christian E. Christiansen

Lars Feilberg

Written by Mette Heeno (screenwriter)
  • Henriette Lind
  • Lotte Thorsen
  • Anette Vestergaard
Starring Mille Dinesen
Music by Søren Hyldgaard
Cinematography Niels Reedtz Johansen
Edited by My Thordal
Distributed by Angel Scandinavia
Release date
28 October 2005
Running time
92 min.[1]
Country Denmark
Language Danish
Budget DKK 14,5 mill. (est.)[2]

Nynne is a Danish film directed by Jonas Elmer, starring Mille Dinesen. It is based on the bestselling Danish novel Nynnes dagbog (en. Nynne's Diary) by Henriette Lind, Lotte Thorsen and Anette Vestergaard, which again was based on a popular newspaper column in Politiken. Nynne was the fourth-most seen film total in theaters in Denmark in 2005, with 429,301 tickets sold. (The most seen was Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire).[3][4] Dinesen reprised the role in a short series the following year.


The film is about Nynne, who lives in the city. She is single, in her 30s, comforts herself with power shopping, has unsuccessful dates, loves to gossip with her friends, and has a hangover every weekend.


  • Mille Dinesen as Nynne
  • Lars Kaalund as Martin
  • Jimmi Jørgensen as Daniel
  • Mette Agnete Horn as Merete
  • Stine Stengade as Natasha
  • Claes Bang as Henrik
  • Lene Maria Christensen as Beate
  • Ole Lemmeke as Poul Erik Ø
  • Lars Hjortshøj as Hans
  • Anne-Lise Gabold as Henriks mor
  • Asta Esper Hagen Andersen as Henriks mormor
  • Tatiana Pajkovic as Fiona
  • Laura Christensen as Fiona's friend
  • Martin Kongstad as domestic worker
  • Lærke Winther Andersen as sales assistant
  • Christian Tafdrup as guy at restaurant


The movie's soundtrack was composed by Søren Hyldgaard.

CD track list[5]

  1. Clark Anderson – "Real Love"
  2. Terry Walker – "Ain’t No Love"
  3. Alex – "Os To!"
  4. Johnny Deluxe – "Det Du Gør"
  5. Bryan Rice – "No Promises"
  6. Søs Fenger – "Lykken Vender" (Nynnes Mantra)
  7. Eddie Holman – "Hey There Lonely Girl"
  8. Remee Allstars – "My Way"
  9. Pelding Feat. Joy Morgan – "Little Girl Blue"
  10. Brinck – "It's My Life"
  11. Beverley Knight – "Keep This Fire Burning"
  12. New Originals Feat. Mibb & Michael Carøe – "Superstar"
  13. Sisse Marie – "Boom"
  14. Terry Walker – "Whoopsie Daisy Hit’n Run"

Songs in the movie,[6] not listed on the soundtrack CD, include:


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