CastAnette Brandt (Frida), Mathias Klenske (Adam), Ida Kruse Hannibal (Desiré), Gunilla Odsbøl (Amalie), Arne Siemsen (Fridas far Poul), Charlotte Sieling (Fridas mor Jytte) Release date18 March 1994 WriterSoren Ole Christensen, Lykke Nielsen (books) Featured songsOnskebrond, Fraekke Frida, Si-bab-rapper-di-ahh Similar moviesLykke Nielsen wrote the story for Fraekke Frida og de frygtlose spioner and appears in Kaptajn Klyde og hans venner vender tilbage
A girl who forms a spy club discovers that organized crime is in the beauty products business.
Fraekke Frida og de frygtlose spioner (English: Naughty Frida and the Fearless Spies), often shortened to simply Fraekke Frida, is a 1994 Danish childrens film written and directed by Soren Ole Christensen. Christensen based the story on a series of childrens books by Lykke Nielsen. Music for the film was written and performed by Soren Rasted and Claus Norreen who later teamed up with Rene Dif and Lene Nystrom later in 1994 to form the Bubblegum/eurodance music group, Joyspeed (later renamed to Aqua).
The film itself is not particularly well-known, but the soundtrack formed an important part during Aquas (then Joyspeed) early days. It is often credited with helping to start their career. The young producers Soren Rasted and Claus Norreen had won a contest and were hired to produce the soundtrack. For some of the songs they hired the then club DJ Rene Dif. The three had previously not been associated with each other, but their getting along well whilst making the soundtrack made them decide to work together again on a future project. The future project would ultimately eventually lead to the creation and success of Aqua, with Lene Nystrom as their lead vocalist.
Lykke Nielsen wrote the story for Fraekke Frida og de frygtlose spioner and appears in Kaptajn Klyde og hans venner vender tilbage. Flemming og Kvik (1960). Terror (1977).