Dating and marriage life in denmark
Sometimes Danish women capture these men alive and bring them back to Denmark, where the government punishes them by making them sit through infinite Danish courses and refusing to allow the couple to live in sublet apartments.I suspect that the new restrictions on marriage to foreigners are just Danish People’s party founder Pia Kiersgaard’s sour grapes about ending up with a Danish husband.He points out that the men in his film 'blossomed as men in terms of gender or sex, they were able to live up to their idea of being a man, which they'd had problems with before.' He described Sommai, the Thai woman who founded the Danish Thai community in Denmark, as the fairy godmother of the tale.Ketz's film offers a moving insight into the relationships between Thai brides and their Danish husbands in Denmark.Janus Ketz's film is called 'Love on Delivery' and the director attributes the success of the film to his approach in confronting prejudicial views on marriages between Thai women and men in Denmark: 'We were able to do that because we had so much confidence from our participants, that we were going to do something that was really going to represent them and that didn't have a lot of prejudice from the outside,' he told an interviewer recently.'Love on Delivery' centres on the growing network on Thai women who have married Danish men in a Danish community where nearly 600 Thai brides live with their Danish husbands in a remote region in the West of Denmark near the North sea.The interaction between the Thai women themselves as they deal with problems is fascinating to watch.Ketz has described his films as fairytales in the best tradition of Hans Christina Andersen, the famous Danish storyteller.
A good listener and talks less, at least that is what am told, have a sense of humor and like travelling, family and going to the movies. In a nutletters, words, sentences, paragraphs, chapters, books, albums, library; whatever you call it. However in the 21st century his films are very successful a they explore the dynamics of an extremely complex but fascinating social movement.They raise many questions but it is perhaps more than a hope to think that women like Sommai, the leader of the Thai women in this small Danish community will find the answers. A Thai Women marriage network in Denmark is the most watched TV documentary on Danish TV.'We are dealing with lonely men and poor women, why kick them when they are down,' he says.'Who's to judge if it's good or bad.' Ketz says that the plight of Thai Women in his film resonate with his experience in making a film about African migrants to Europe who he did not see themselves as a victims but rather 'people who take a very active decision about their own lives.' He goes on to point out that his film has all the hallmarks of a Danish fairytale: 'a fairy tale is the perfect narrative for these talesyou have a hero who is going to make a journey, who needs to become himself, find his own sexuality.