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I have no idea how this should be, and where I am going! But I know with certainty that I am going to miss every single one of you, so much, and that I will smile down to you forever.

It can only be hoped that we see that most lovely place one day!! You must not find it wearysome, that life goes on.

But keep me in your heart, so that I can live on till you one day forget me — or come by, where I am. I miss you already.

But now I can do no more. I am not afraid. Life has done me so much evil , and I've cried so many tears. Where I am now, I will be able smile the whole time, so do smile up to me some time!

Take care of each other! All together! It was good to have known each other, and enjoy life , while you have it. I love you all so much. Thank you all, thank you for sharing your lives with me!

Smile and love for ever. Trine This is not, of course, the writing of a philosopher or of a professional speechwriter. The abuse of exclamation marks — which I have actually reduced from the original — suggests that her style models included old-fashioned comics scripts when editors instructed writers to use exclamation marks as much as possible, because poor printing meant that the dots of periods might not be readable.

And there is a contradiction between her feeling that life has done her so much evil, and the invitation to everyone else to enjoy it, which could easily have been resolved, but was not.

The emphasis on the act of smiling is also rather strange to me, though not unwelcome. But I find it deeply sincere, affecting, and noble in feeling and intention.

There is nothing that could be described as self-pity, only a moment of bewildered wondering at the reasons for her suffering; and her suffering is indubitable, a fact, which only hypocrisy could deny.

On the other hand, the sense of love and gratitude for all who had been her friends is overwhelming.

She had always been the sweetest, most generous person you could imagine; but that part of her only came out better after she was struck by cancer.

She paid more and more attention to little things; and in spite of the fact that in the meanwhile she was absolutely terribly ill, she was so capable to give so incredibly much to everyone all round her.

In Denmark, hundreds of people seem to have known Trine and have had reason for love and gratitude, even in casual encounters.

She gave out an incredible sense of warmth and happiness when we were with her. In spite of her own disease in the trunk and shoulder, her energy was incredible.

I know that she is in a good and pleasant place now. She was a light in the cancer ward. She encouraged defiance in everyone near her and was nearly always in high spirits.

But even this quality of encouragement and positivity that shone like a star in her last days was not, as Ms.

Larsen indicated, only a feature of those days. Jan Petersen, who knew Trine when she was about eighteen, posted an account of her in Facebook that said pretty much the same: Trine was a person who would not let you be sad or downcast — she was relentlessly positive, and would strive to make you feel the same.

And this, if you please, was at the time when she was breaking with her father. At that time Trine lived at home with her single father Ole, and I was introduced by her friends Sanne and Anja… Trine hated everything that was grim or negative, so you had to be a bit careful!

Even at that time , she was unimaginably beautiful and got herself great attention through countless parties. She always wore something light and provocative.

Trine was a highly sociable body, and formed bonds among us others, as well as with new friends. I have rarely met a personality like Trine, where a hug was a daily event in the midst of a desert of rejection.

It is no exaggeration, and others shall attest, that, that Trine changed my view of the social contact with other people, into something I could bear and apply.

The eighteen-year-old Trine was just as kind and positive as the forty-year-old cancer victim. It was other things that had changed.

It sounds as though the intervening years had blunted her certainties, without doing anything to her generosity and courage.

Not, of course, that she saw herself as particularly brave or generous or remarkable. Half the time I am mad at God and asking, What have I done?

And while amazingly energetic, she was not superhuman. Henrik West, a friend she made in the Montebello nursing home in Spain in the years of her illness, claims that towards the end Trine did not have the energy to cope with all her friends: "she rather hid herself during the last year; she answered no texts or phone calls, and sometimes she would not open the door when someone rang, because?

Only the very closest were with her". This may have something to do with the emphasis, in her last words, on thanking and expressing her love for every one who had ever been her friend; perhaps she felt she had not been able to thank them as they deserved in her last days.

Of course, it is good manners to speak only good of the dead; but this does set up a certain kind of cognitive dissonance. How, in short, does this living female saint, this — the word used over and over again by so many who knew her — angel, remembered with love and gratitude by hundreds of her fellow citizens, agree with the softcore starlet into dope and — according to her own account — destructive and violent men, who married a bank robber and who at one point had to have her teeth expensively remodeled because the drugs had taken such a toll?

The two pictures are not exactly contradictory, but they certainly demand a certain amount of reconciling. At least one of the issues can be disposed of at once.

Rodrigo Oberreuther, her Chilean-born former husband, may have been many things — boxer, convicted bank robber, jailbird — but one thing is certain: in his youth, he was a man of astonishing beauty.

There is nothing strange about a loose, wandering star like the young Trine falling for someone like him before he was fingered for a 1,, kronar robbery and jailed; while I find it rather typical that she wore his ring and kept in touch for as long as he was in jail, and it was only afterwards, in the early nineties, that they definitely broke up.

It was also typical of the perky and humorous side of Trine that as late as she used his name and a thumbnail description to discourage some over-fresh male fans.

Rodrigo Oberreuther and Trine Michelsen in the eighties Even so, Oberreuther turned up at her funeral — to the reported disgust of some of her friends — saying nothing to press or public, but sitting near the front and leaving, after the ceremony, a single flower on her grave.

He also had a public embrace with her father, Ole Michelsen. The least that can be said of this is that for him, as for many others, Trine must have been easy to love and hard to forget.

Other issues can be read two ways. Trine got into a habit of drugs, yes, but then she got out of it too — and anyone who has ever tried to kick a bad habit must realize how hard that is.

When, in the wake of another failed relationship, she feared she might relapse, she checked herself into a drug clinic.

All that we know about drugs, destructive relationships, ruined and remade teeth, come from things she herself has said. One might speak of bad habits, yes, but also of the courage to admit them in public and face them.

But these are comparatively lesser matters. The issue of pornography, on the other hand, is one that runs through her life, that dominates her public image and her private life — the reason why most of us ever heard of her in the first place.

And its incongruousness does not diminish with knowledge. Look at Trine herself. Here is a clip of an interview she released about her cancer -.

Listen to her voice, soft, even, yet expressive; look at her stance — courteous, attentive, occasionally bending her head to the host as if to be sure to catch every word; pay attention to the way that her answers always come a second or two after the question, showing that she is giving thought to each of them before she speaks; look at her expression, attentive, gently serious, sometimes suddenly folding into a smile by turns sweet or sparkling; and last but not least, contemplate her still undiminished beauty, even in a visibly aged face, the result of the meeting of extraordinary features with a truly impressive personality.

Would you say in a million years that this thoughtful, solicitous, quiet-spoken little person is discussing the disease that is destroying her from the inside, that will probably kill her soon, and that is in the meanwhile daily inflicting unimaginable pain upon her?

Would you Hell. And if you knew it in advance, you would probably say, as I do, that this is one of the most touching, affecting, heartbreakingly brave things you have ever in your life seen outside of a concentration camp or a death chamber.

But, as well: would you ever imagine her profession? Would you ever think that a woman who is in every way so obviously a lady by nature and character had ever earned her living by taking her clothes off?

The two things simply do not agree. Softcore porn is innately vulgar; and vulgarity simply does not agree with what we have seen of her in her interview.

It does, however, agree with a different and curious feature of her character: her really fantastic and almost supernatural aptitude for fashion mishaps of epic proportions.

Her clothes in the interview were not very well chosen, but as compared with her usual gear, they might as well have been Armani worn by Kate Moss.

I beg her shade pardon, but to say that Trine was a one-small-woman walking, taking, photograph-posing fashion disaster area — well, it is no more than the truth.

Whether dressed as a kind of galleon, or extravagantly missing the point of biker gear bikers do not wear white, Trine, for many good reasons to do with oil, dirt, flies and smoke; and what is with the puffy arms?

When Trine did not try, she was stunning. In a pair of jeans and t-shirt, she could blow away any woman you care to mention.

When she tried… well… This complete absence of taste is not merely a matter for snarky bloggers. It can be shown to have at least once had potential results for her acting career theoretical though the issue may be now.

This was her first serious break in the film business since La Bonne , and there could not have been a better opportunity to become known as an actress.

Cannes is the second most important occasion in the movie business after the Oscars, and especially friendly to von Trier who was and remains by far the best known Danish director abroad , who had previously won a couple of awards there; and the movie, following on the critical and commercial success of his Breaking the Waves , was widely looked forward to.

It was an event: even those who knew they would hate it looked forward to the opportunity of being elaborately and loquaciously disgusted.

At such occasions as Cannes and the Oscars, star actresses walk a very fine line between showing as much flesh as they possibly dare and keeping a very strong hold of glamour, style and elegance in dress.

Backless dress are frequent — to show, or pretend, that a woman of thirty or forty has no need for bras — and sexual suggestiveness virtually universal; but it has to be classy and elegant.

The journalists sent to cover such events are experts at destroying fashion faux pas , and indeed part of the fun after every festival is running a comparison of fashion successes and failures.

And mind you, Trine who had, it seems, endeared herself with the whole crew by her humour and her cheerful and willing attitude was allowed to walk in at the premiere hand in hand with von Trier himself and at the head of the cast, never mind that von Trier had overcome his famous fear of traveling especially in order to be there.

Her black-spaghetti dress probably showed less flesh than some, but it was inescapably tarty; and, even worse, she had herself photographed on Cannes beach, naked except for a bikini bottom.

That is a custom at Cannes — but for publicity-hungry starlets and glamour models, not for stars.

In the eyes of the Cannes cognoscenti, she as good as qualified herself as nothing else than the softcore model that she was already known as.

Now, while I cannot take the view that every aspect of her terrible taste in dress has to do with her attitude to sex, nonetheless vulgarity — and specifically absurdly overblown cleavages — is a major feature of it.

It certainly was in the black spaghetti dress. And that goes with a couple of other facts. Trine was known to be obsessed with her breast size, and photographs prove that she had her breasts modified more than once, in order to come closer to the page-three standard.

Likewise, she was obsessed with tanning; in spite of the fact that anyone who has seen Antenneforenigen must have seen that her natural skin tone has a pearly translucence that exalts the beauty of her features, her cheekbones, her green-gold eyes.

Again, she used outrageously bad blonde wigs. She was a natural brunette, but could look well with the appropriate blonde colour — as seen, again, in Antenneforenigen ; but some of the wigs or hair colours that she wore, especially in the nineties, seemed designed to scream their falsity to the heavens.

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But I know with certainty that I am going to miss every single one of you, so much, and that I will smile down to you forever.

It can only be hoped that we see that most lovely place one day!! You must not find it wearysome, that life goes on.

But keep me in your heart, so that I can live on till you one day forget me — or come by, where I am. I miss you already. But now I can do no more.

I am not afraid. Life has done me so much evil , and I've cried so many tears. Where I am now, I will be able smile the whole time, so do smile up to me some time!

Take care of each other! All together! It was good to have known each other, and enjoy life , while you have it.

I love you all so much. Thank you all, thank you for sharing your lives with me! Smile and love for ever. Trine This is not, of course, the writing of a philosopher or of a professional speechwriter.

The abuse of exclamation marks — which I have actually reduced from the original — suggests that her style models included old-fashioned comics scripts when editors instructed writers to use exclamation marks as much as possible, because poor printing meant that the dots of periods might not be readable.

And there is a contradiction between her feeling that life has done her so much evil, and the invitation to everyone else to enjoy it, which could easily have been resolved, but was not.

The emphasis on the act of smiling is also rather strange to me, though not unwelcome. But I find it deeply sincere, affecting, and noble in feeling and intention.

There is nothing that could be described as self-pity, only a moment of bewildered wondering at the reasons for her suffering; and her suffering is indubitable, a fact, which only hypocrisy could deny.

On the other hand, the sense of love and gratitude for all who had been her friends is overwhelming. She had always been the sweetest, most generous person you could imagine; but that part of her only came out better after she was struck by cancer.

She paid more and more attention to little things; and in spite of the fact that in the meanwhile she was absolutely terribly ill, she was so capable to give so incredibly much to everyone all round her.

In Denmark, hundreds of people seem to have known Trine and have had reason for love and gratitude, even in casual encounters.

She gave out an incredible sense of warmth and happiness when we were with her. In spite of her own disease in the trunk and shoulder, her energy was incredible.

I know that she is in a good and pleasant place now. She was a light in the cancer ward. She encouraged defiance in everyone near her and was nearly always in high spirits.

But even this quality of encouragement and positivity that shone like a star in her last days was not, as Ms. Larsen indicated, only a feature of those days.

Jan Petersen, who knew Trine when she was about eighteen, posted an account of her in Facebook that said pretty much the same: Trine was a person who would not let you be sad or downcast — she was relentlessly positive, and would strive to make you feel the same.

And this, if you please, was at the time when she was breaking with her father. At that time Trine lived at home with her single father Ole, and I was introduced by her friends Sanne and Anja… Trine hated everything that was grim or negative, so you had to be a bit careful!

Even at that time , she was unimaginably beautiful and got herself great attention through countless parties.

She always wore something light and provocative. Trine was a highly sociable body, and formed bonds among us others, as well as with new friends.

I have rarely met a personality like Trine, where a hug was a daily event in the midst of a desert of rejection.

It is no exaggeration, and others shall attest, that, that Trine changed my view of the social contact with other people, into something I could bear and apply.

The eighteen-year-old Trine was just as kind and positive as the forty-year-old cancer victim. It was other things that had changed.

It sounds as though the intervening years had blunted her certainties, without doing anything to her generosity and courage.

Not, of course, that she saw herself as particularly brave or generous or remarkable. Half the time I am mad at God and asking, What have I done?

And while amazingly energetic, she was not superhuman. Henrik West, a friend she made in the Montebello nursing home in Spain in the years of her illness, claims that towards the end Trine did not have the energy to cope with all her friends: "she rather hid herself during the last year; she answered no texts or phone calls, and sometimes she would not open the door when someone rang, because?

Only the very closest were with her". This may have something to do with the emphasis, in her last words, on thanking and expressing her love for every one who had ever been her friend; perhaps she felt she had not been able to thank them as they deserved in her last days.

Of course, it is good manners to speak only good of the dead; but this does set up a certain kind of cognitive dissonance.

How, in short, does this living female saint, this — the word used over and over again by so many who knew her — angel, remembered with love and gratitude by hundreds of her fellow citizens, agree with the softcore starlet into dope and — according to her own account — destructive and violent men, who married a bank robber and who at one point had to have her teeth expensively remodeled because the drugs had taken such a toll?

The two pictures are not exactly contradictory, but they certainly demand a certain amount of reconciling.

At least one of the issues can be disposed of at once. Rodrigo Oberreuther, her Chilean-born former husband, may have been many things — boxer, convicted bank robber, jailbird — but one thing is certain: in his youth, he was a man of astonishing beauty.

There is nothing strange about a loose, wandering star like the young Trine falling for someone like him before he was fingered for a 1,, kronar robbery and jailed; while I find it rather typical that she wore his ring and kept in touch for as long as he was in jail, and it was only afterwards, in the early nineties, that they definitely broke up.

It was also typical of the perky and humorous side of Trine that as late as she used his name and a thumbnail description to discourage some over-fresh male fans.

Rodrigo Oberreuther and Trine Michelsen in the eighties Even so, Oberreuther turned up at her funeral — to the reported disgust of some of her friends — saying nothing to press or public, but sitting near the front and leaving, after the ceremony, a single flower on her grave.

He also had a public embrace with her father, Ole Michelsen. The least that can be said of this is that for him, as for many others, Trine must have been easy to love and hard to forget.

Other issues can be read two ways. Trine got into a habit of drugs, yes, but then she got out of it too — and anyone who has ever tried to kick a bad habit must realize how hard that is.

When, in the wake of another failed relationship, she feared she might relapse, she checked herself into a drug clinic. All that we know about drugs, destructive relationships, ruined and remade teeth, come from things she herself has said.

One might speak of bad habits, yes, but also of the courage to admit them in public and face them. But these are comparatively lesser matters.

The issue of pornography, on the other hand, is one that runs through her life, that dominates her public image and her private life — the reason why most of us ever heard of her in the first place.

And its incongruousness does not diminish with knowledge. Look at Trine herself. Here is a clip of an interview she released about her cancer -.

Listen to her voice, soft, even, yet expressive; look at her stance — courteous, attentive, occasionally bending her head to the host as if to be sure to catch every word; pay attention to the way that her answers always come a second or two after the question, showing that she is giving thought to each of them before she speaks; look at her expression, attentive, gently serious, sometimes suddenly folding into a smile by turns sweet or sparkling; and last but not least, contemplate her still undiminished beauty, even in a visibly aged face, the result of the meeting of extraordinary features with a truly impressive personality.

Would you say in a million years that this thoughtful, solicitous, quiet-spoken little person is discussing the disease that is destroying her from the inside, that will probably kill her soon, and that is in the meanwhile daily inflicting unimaginable pain upon her?

Would you Hell. And if you knew it in advance, you would probably say, as I do, that this is one of the most touching, affecting, heartbreakingly brave things you have ever in your life seen outside of a concentration camp or a death chamber.

But, as well: would you ever imagine her profession? Would you ever think that a woman who is in every way so obviously a lady by nature and character had ever earned her living by taking her clothes off?

The two things simply do not agree. Softcore porn is innately vulgar; and vulgarity simply does not agree with what we have seen of her in her interview.

It does, however, agree with a different and curious feature of her character: her really fantastic and almost supernatural aptitude for fashion mishaps of epic proportions.

Her clothes in the interview were not very well chosen, but as compared with her usual gear, they might as well have been Armani worn by Kate Moss.

I beg her shade pardon, but to say that Trine was a one-small-woman walking, taking, photograph-posing fashion disaster area — well, it is no more than the truth.

Whether dressed as a kind of galleon, or extravagantly missing the point of biker gear bikers do not wear white, Trine, for many good reasons to do with oil, dirt, flies and smoke; and what is with the puffy arms?

When Trine did not try, she was stunning. In a pair of jeans and t-shirt, she could blow away any woman you care to mention.

When she tried… well… This complete absence of taste is not merely a matter for snarky bloggers. It can be shown to have at least once had potential results for her acting career theoretical though the issue may be now.

This was her first serious break in the film business since La Bonne , and there could not have been a better opportunity to become known as an actress.

Cannes is the second most important occasion in the movie business after the Oscars, and especially friendly to von Trier who was and remains by far the best known Danish director abroad , who had previously won a couple of awards there; and the movie, following on the critical and commercial success of his Breaking the Waves , was widely looked forward to.

It was an event: even those who knew they would hate it looked forward to the opportunity of being elaborately and loquaciously disgusted.

At such occasions as Cannes and the Oscars, star actresses walk a very fine line between showing as much flesh as they possibly dare and keeping a very strong hold of glamour, style and elegance in dress.

Backless dress are frequent — to show, or pretend, that a woman of thirty or forty has no need for bras — and sexual suggestiveness virtually universal; but it has to be classy and elegant.

The journalists sent to cover such events are experts at destroying fashion faux pas , and indeed part of the fun after every festival is running a comparison of fashion successes and failures.

And mind you, Trine who had, it seems, endeared herself with the whole crew by her humour and her cheerful and willing attitude was allowed to walk in at the premiere hand in hand with von Trier himself and at the head of the cast, never mind that von Trier had overcome his famous fear of traveling especially in order to be there.

Her black-spaghetti dress probably showed less flesh than some, but it was inescapably tarty; and, even worse, she had herself photographed on Cannes beach, naked except for a bikini bottom.

That is a custom at Cannes — but for publicity-hungry starlets and glamour models, not for stars. In the eyes of the Cannes cognoscenti, she as good as qualified herself as nothing else than the softcore model that she was already known as.

Now, while I cannot take the view that every aspect of her terrible taste in dress has to do with her attitude to sex, nonetheless vulgarity — and specifically absurdly overblown cleavages — is a major feature of it.

It certainly was in the black spaghetti dress. And that goes with a couple of other facts. Trine was known to be obsessed with her breast size, and photographs prove that she had her breasts modified more than once, in order to come closer to the page-three standard.

Likewise, she was obsessed with tanning; in spite of the fact that anyone who has seen Antenneforenigen must have seen that her natural skin tone has a pearly translucence that exalts the beauty of her features, her cheekbones, her green-gold eyes.

Again, she used outrageously bad blonde wigs. She was a natural brunette, but could look well with the appropriate blonde colour — as seen, again, in Antenneforenigen ; but some of the wigs or hair colours that she wore, especially in the nineties, seemed designed to scream their falsity to the heavens.

The picture is clear. She wanted to be blonde, tanned, big-breasted. What a strange, sad, little ambition.

With the face of an angel, the talent of a star, and the figure and presence of a heroine, her ambition was to look — at best — like a Playboy magazine blonde; which was not going to happen in any case.

She had an ambition to be — less than she was. I think it is this issue of ambition that is really central — even more than the matter of sex as such.

And to make clear what I mean, let us make a comparison with a woman who is in more than one way easy to compare to Trine: namely, Katharine Hepburn.

Before being tamed by Spencer Tracy, she could not be safely left next to a handsome man or woman — although she capriciously turned down John Barrymore, who was understandably miffed.

Indeed, she was notoriously bisexual, which Trine was not; and as to her approach to relationships, it was her own father who politely compared her to a charging bull.

To get there, and to stay there, she fought formidable obstacles and overcame terrible humiliations. A few years later, however, she was practically driven from Hollywood by concentrated idiocy from distributors and producers.

Her reaction has gone down in movie-industry folklore: she developed herself an excellent play from a couple of friends, made it the biggest theatre success of the year, and — when Hollywood came sniffing for rights, they found that she owned the lot, and she was in a position to dictate exactly how and by whom the movie was to be made.

She did so in the most autocratic style, and the result was The Philadelphia Story - a movie that has not aged in more than sixty years.

One thing worth noticing, however, is that, having got herself to the position where she could for all practical purposes produce a movie — whose-ever name was on the producer tag — she did not insist.

Her occasional reported talk of directing this or that piece seem to have been no more than casual spurts of her restless intelligence; at least, she did nothing to pursue such ideas in the way she went after a favoured part.

She really and truly wanted to be an actress, and her epic campaign of reconquest with The Philadelphia Story , though it remained a model for every show business professional aiming to take control of their career, proved in the end only a means to that end.

Katharine Hepburn Productions Co. Ambition gets a bad rap these days, not least thanks to our beloved JKR — who really ought to have given a bit more thought to Slytherin than she seems to have.

We are all aware of the bad kind of ambition — the inadequate who flatters his superiors and steps on his inferiors; the sneak who worms his way into favour; the demagogue who flatters his audience and encourages their worst sides.

But the ambition that has shaped history has more often meant the burning need of people who have an instinctive sense of their potential, to actualize that potential, to turn it into success and achievement.

And it is interesting that the person who asked Martin that question was Sir Steve Redgrave — the greatest Olympian Britain ever had, and a classic instance of fulfilled ambition.

I think I can say that the consciousness of unfulfilled potential is one of the most horrible things in human life, an especially refined, justified and debilitating form of guilt.

An endearing visual joke: some photographer thought Trine so small that she could be carried around in a beach bag!

It is for this reason that I love to follow the successes of my younger friends in the professions they pursue. On the other hand, ambition achieved, ambition on that level, has a common name — and that name is genius.

A work of genius is the work of someone who has made successful use of an uncommon potential. That is, as I have argued elsewhere, genius does not refer to an exceptionally high order of intelligence, or even of talent; and indeed, it is possible to have stupid geniuses — my usual examples being Niels Bohr, Corneille, the Douanier Rousseau, or Bruckner.

And the socio-cultural environment has as much to do with the rise of genius as the potential of the individual.

A culture — meaning by this both the artistic and the anthropological meaning of the word — can squash, misdirect or pollute ambition to the point where it becomes impossible to imagine intellectual success, or conversely so energize it that small towns such as Athens or Florence become breeding grounds for genius on an absolutely unbelievable scale.

Now take Trine. Her main ambition was to be a movie actress. I do not think that anyone can doubt that she had the talent. She had the right face — not just beautiful, but unbelievably photogenic, full of dramatic planes and shadow, and with positively luminous eyes.

Her energy was by all accounts unbelievable, her attitude excellent — a desperate requirement in the collaborative environments of stage and screen — and her personality pleasing.

Even her reported promiscuity can hardly have been an issue in that particular professional environment. Indeed, if it were possible to breed human beings for genius, in the old eugenistic program, I have no doubt that the result would be something like Trine; even her small size means a more economical build, and more results for your buck.

However, Trine, as an actress, achieved very little. Trine made only three movies in her life that are worth anything except dumping, and none of them — not even The Idiots - have the kind of stature that would insure that she would stick in our memories.

And while a death at 42 is young, it is not too young in a business in which women peak in their twenties. What went wrong was that her career took a wrong turn at its very beginning.

Trine sought for her movie career in Italy, without, I imagine, realizing that the Italian movie business had hit a nadir.

The giants of the past had died out, and except for the occasional movie from Antonioni or the brothers Taviani, the level of production was decidedly low.

Scoundrelly sex comedies featuring the likes of Lori del Santo known abroad for her tragic affair with Eric Clapton ruled across the board, to the disgust of critics and fans, and the rise of private TV channels had not raised the overall level.

Unfortunately it was with that one that the critics, after being led by the nose for fifteen years, finally found him out, and the reviews were universally negative.

I was in Italy at the time and I was dismayed. I was and remain not sure that the movie was really so far below its original, but it was a good excuse for the critics to finally shake off more than a decade of bewildered complicity.

Naturally, there has to be a sex scene. The remaining couple are better left unmentioned; nobody unfamiliar with Italy in the mid-eighties will at any rate ever believe that they were made.

On the side of the producers, it is clear that Trine had been written down as another Sydne Rome or Maria Schneider, a young foreigner just ripe for exploitation.

A young lady from an upper-middle class Copenhagen home was certainly no match for such a pool of sharks.

But as for Trine, her choice in movies brings up once again the matter of her taste. And of its connection with vulgarity.

Surely no actor would accept such roles unless they were utterly and totally cynical and jaded — which she was not even old enough to be, even if we could ever imagine her as such — or else unless there had been a total failure of taste on their part.

Trine was well known in her native country.

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