Rent Dag: Series 2 (2011)

4.8 of 5 from 8 ratings
3h 53min
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Synopsis:
Dag is experiencing a personal meltdown. After a heavy drinking session, facing some deep and dark thoughts, he is saved by Benedict and enters a rehab facility run by Ernst - Benedict's stepfather who has a very different view on how to deal with substance abuse of all kinds. Benedict - a notorious womaniser, continues on his path of restless promiscuity but faces a reality-check when his young son enters the hospital and he realises he must live up to being a proper father - at least for a while.
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Directors:
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Producers:
Pål Bugge Haagenrud, Øystein Karlsen, Anders Tangen
Writers:
Øystein Karlsen, Kristopher Schau
Studio:
Arrow Films
Genres:
TV Comedies, TV Dramas
Countries:
Norway
BBFC:
Release Date:
25/01/2016
Run Time:
233 minutes
Languages:
Norwegian
Subtitles:
English
DVD Regions:
Region 2
Formats:
Pal
Aspect Ratio:
Widescreen 1.78:1 / 16:9
Colour:
Colour
Disc 1:
This disc includes episodes 1 - 5
Disc 2:
This disc includes episodes 6 - 10

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Reviews (1) of Dag: Series 2

Incredibly funny - Dag: Series 2 review by Sandy

Spoiler Alert
17/02/2019

Dag is an incredibly funny situational comedy featuring very dark Scandinavian humour. Each episode is 25 minutes long. The main character is Dag, a psychotherapist who spend most of his time giving relationship guidance to couples. Dag suffers from some form of condition himself, which makes it hard for him to form relationships with people. Despite this he has a bunch of friends who get into all kinds of scrapes. His best friend, Benedikt can't seem to say no to sex or drugs. In addition Dag's starts to help a friend of his sister out, and a relationship starts to bloom, but her past and Dag's own mental health means the relationship is on rocky ground. As each series develops the recurring characters and their relationships change and get more complicated. This is a blacker - and much funnier version than Men behaving badly. Not for children.

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