In the movie 'Plaid Ninja's playing Anders Matthesen yet again with the boundary and budskabsbringende to his audience together with the animator and illustrator Thorbjørn Christoffersen, which also stands behind the animation film 'Terkel in trouble'.
however, the Reviewers from among others the Danish newspaper Jyllands-Posten, Kristeligt Dagblad and Soundvenue gives the film between four and five stars.
But the comedian Anders Matthesen himself was in doubt as to whether he could keep it humorous level.
- I had even seen it as, that we had made something which was not amusing, but which, in turn, was very touching, exciting or beautiful. We were surprised and delighted when we were inside and display it for the biografejerne, and we could hear how people are they laughed all the way through. It we had not dared to hope for. It is really great that people are down with the humour in the also, tells a happy Anders Matthesen for Extra Magazine.
Reviews - 25. dec. 2018 - at. 12:47 Anders Matthesen has done it again: A new classic is born
the Film's Checkered Ninja' which is set to premiere d. 25 December
Although there is the band and turned in the film, so mean, Anders itself that the good can go to the very young.
- This is a movie for the healthy boys and girls and their family, and something you hopefully will enjoy, even if you're an adult. I like to make something that everyone think is cool. I don't care for the segmentation that takes place. Where the kids going to see 'Ramasjang' and the adults need to see 'the News', says Anders Matthesen.
His own son, Spencer, are also allowed to see with.
- I'll show it also to my own son at seven years. I see it as a dannelsesfilm. One can well discuss whether there are too many profanity and violence. But it is a very moral film, " says Anders Matthesen.
despite the sometimes coarse humor and quirky characters, then this is the film to further success for its audience.
I was in doubt, people would sit and think: It was cosy enough, and they have since spent some money on it, and it looks very good, but the fun was damn not. I was in doubt whether it could keep it humorous level with various stand-up shows, or 'Christmas at Vesterbro' or 'Terkel in trouble'. But people laughed all the way through, and I went completely disbelief afterwards, where people praised it to the skies, and I had to pinch myself in the arm, " says Anders Matthesen.