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- The movie opens with a dreamy sequence of an elderly Karen, telling us about her experience on the African plains.
- It's the famous opening line of her memoir: "I had a farm in Africa, at the foot of the Ngong hills."
- Cut to Denmark and the young Karen at an aristocratic hunting party, where rich twits shoot guns at birds for reasons that elude us.
- Karen's lover has cheated on her, and she and his brother Bror joke about it together.
- Karen proposes a marriage of convenience with Bror, a Baron with no money, to marry her for her family's money and make her a Baroness.
- They devise an escape plan to run a dairy farm in Africa because she has got to get out of Denmark. Seriously.
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