Many danes celebrated the new-year-eve on a restaurant. The step into 1973 was also a?
People sitting around table (In restaurant Oscar Davidsen)
People dancing Couple with empty glass waiting.
Close fingers (hand) at table. (Look at wristwatch)
Waiter just waiting
Cut in her the stand-watch, shot as the last scene on this roll. Show 12 o'clock. People kissing each other. People saying "skol" and Happy New year (On the tape you will hear the bell of the town-hall at 12 o'clock.)
People kissing each other
People saying "skol" and Happy New year! (On the tape you will hear the bell of the town-hall ar 12 o'clock.)
Waiters are now busy. Champagne to half price is carried through the restaurant.
Same shot closer. The stand-witch.
Roll II is only a close up of glass with champagne
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Background: Many danes celebrated the new-year-eve on a restaurant. The step into 1973 was also a step into the EEC, the common market, which is met with some expectations. One of the first advantages was the lower price on liquors and wine. Some restaurants lowered the price exactly one minute after midnight, which means that no-one of the guests in the restaurant would like to buy very much before after 12 o'clock. The film will show how the danes celebrated before and after midnight.