How many jobless does it take|to screw in a lightbulb?
None, it's quicker to do it yourself.
But let's talk about|finding you some work.
I got you some course brochures,|like we talked about.
But what i need now is some money|for the next 3-4 months...
...and then everything will be fine.
My brother went to Bali.
He found out how cheap|furniture is on Bali.
Beautiful teakwood. So he's starting|an import firm and i'll get a job.
Let's play a game called|"Straight Talk".
Ready, set, go!|Every time i find something for you...
You've just made great big plans.
And the next time we meet,|it hasn't worked out.
Do you know what|furniture costs in Bali?
If you import so much as a footstool,|i'll buy it.
But until then,|you'll pick a course -
- or sweep streets while|planning your import strategy.
You are so bossy.|- That's that.
Accounting is complaining again.|- Putting people to work isn't cheap.
Accounting can go to hell.|- We don't have unlimited resources.
- I'm the boss, Agnethe.|- Stop saying my name.
You always say "Agnethe, Agnethe".
Oh. Where was i?
You said you were the boss.|- Yeah, i'm the boss.
My daughter has to go to the dentist.
She's been sent to a specialist|on the other side of town.
I love the Danish health system.|It's fantastic.
- I was telling you off.|- It went great.
I was telling her off.
Now this stupid car has a new noise.|What a pain.
I'm going to ask him|to take off my braces.
- My teeth are straight enough.|- Stop it, Trine.
- You did neck braces, steel cables...|- Cables? Come on, Mom.
Elastic bands, then. You've only|got 6 months left, Trine-darling.
Please stop calling me Trine-darling.|My name is Katrine.
Hello ?|Hi, Dad.
What schedule? i'll be there at 8.
I'm losing the signal.|i'll be there at 8.
Get lost, jerk.|i hate when people honk.
You shouldn't drive|and talk on a cellphone.
Aren't you just little Miss Legal.
Bye.|- See you tonight.
Dante also dealt|with midlife crises.
"In the middle of|the journey of our life"-
-"I came to myself within a dark wood|where the straight way was lost."
I think time's up.|- Yes.
Remember to read the two short|stories by Carver for Thursday.
They are full of midlife crises.|Carver is a midlife crisis.
My name is Tanja.
Do you know|a Japanese novel that ends:
"Thanks for waving good bye again|and again."
I hate Japanese books.|i like their food, but hate their books.
Yes, but i collect last lines in novels|and i can't remember where it's from.
Write it down and|i'll see if i can find it for you.
We came to ask you something.|- Can you hear it?
It's enough to drive you crazy.
They work until 4-5 every afternoon.|The roadwork is driving me crazy.
They dig one hole after the other.
We want a baby.|- That sounds nice.
And we both want a gay donor.
It needs to be someone we know.|- Due to the risks with sperm banks.
We wanted to ask if you would do it.
We asked John, but he wouldn't.|- No, but...
We're not very fatherly in my family.|i haven't seen my dad in 8 years.
You won't be on any papers.|We'll list the father as unknown.
- Who will the mother be?|- I'll be the mother.
Janni will be too, only not that way.
- Kristian?|- Hi.
I hope i got the right things.
Phew, your coffee tastes awful.
I don't get how your food is so good|and your coffee is so bad.
- I may be able to get 5 hours more.|- That sounds good.
- I'll have less time to write.|- You only work 14 hours a week.
It is 14 hours too many.|i'm wasting my time teaching.
If only i could pay all the bills,|you could write your stories.
But we've got your debts, a broken|dishwasher and a wreck of a car.
- So 19 hours is better than 14.|- It's a novel, not a story.
Tell them to shove the 5 hours.
I already said yes.
She wants her braces off now, but|i insisted on the last 6 months.
Do we agree?
They say if you agree,|i can have the braces off now.
That sounds pretty cool.
Use a glass.|No, it doesn't sound cool.
She didn't get them just to quit early.|- Your mouth isn't full of steel.
You're only 14,|so your parents decide.
That's how it is.
And i'm doing your dishes|so you're doing it after dinner.
"That sounds pretty cool".|You hippie.
Okay, boys and girls,|it's dinnertime.
It looks great. Wow.
Katrine, turn that off.|We don't watch TVwhile we eat.
They taste great.
Sorry, Kristian.|i've got to get to Dad's by 8.
Wontons take ages to make.|- i'll eat them later.
They taste great with chili sauce,|which you don't have.
But they're also good without it.|See you.
- It's their damn forms.|- It's not that complicated, Dad.
Johannes Hermansen.|That's pretty much you, okay?
- And then it says...|- Just tell me where to sign.
You just think it's complicated.|it says here...
Where do i sign?
Go get some water.
Would you mind|seeing a doctor about this?
- I'm not seeing any doctor.|- Do it! Penicillin will fix it.
- Where do i sign?|- Where it says "Signature".
You're welcome, Dad.|Don't mention it.
Yes, i'll hold.
Martin...?|Dad's been coughing for 2 months.
I finally get him to a doctor|and he refers him to the hospital.
Hello?|Yes, i'm holding.
But i just talked to another secretary.
She said there was a cancellation.|My father will take it.
Can't i get it for my Dad?
Let's trade. You take care of Dad|for the next 8 years and l'll...
Research says you get brain cancer|from talking on mobile phones.
Yes. And that you get butt cancer|by always being so pessimistic.
So what's up?
You said you wanted to talk|so i assume there's reason.
One of my friends asked me|to ask about some details -
- ...about being a dad as a donor.|- What do the authorities say?
It's a guy called John Albrechtsen.|A lesbian asked him...
- Are you going to be a father?|- No.
- I said his name was John.|- Okay.
John, i think it's a really bad idea.|I really don't think...
I am an adult. i own a sushi bar.|I didn't plan to be a dad.
- Would you put your feet down?|- Sorry.
- I'm going to do it.|- Well, that's a nice idea.
But the second you admit paternity...
...you'll have to pay child support|until the child is 18.
- They've already waived that.|- Until they change their minds.
Because then the law says|you have to pay anyway.
By law you could change your mind|and l'd have to pay.
- We wouldn't dream of it.|- No, but...
- I think there should be a dad.|- We've got an ovulation coming up.
Oh.|So what's supposed to happen?
Well, you're obviously not|going to have sex.
You're going to masturbate|into a condom.
We'll take it and|inject the sperm into Trisse.
- With a syringe from the drug store.|- Okay. Great. Sure.
- It's much more effective than sex.|- Super.
- Hi.|- Hi, i'll take the usual...
It'll take five minutes.
We've done blood tests|and taken X-rays.
We'd like to keep you|for a few days.
There is no sign of any tumors...
...but it's abnormal to have|pneumonia for two months.
Johannes, your spleen|is clearly enlarged.
We would like to do some tests|on your bone marrow.
He's coughing and|you want to test his bone marrow?
Let's just see what|the bone marrow test shows.
What do you think it is?|What's wrong?
It could be...
It could be something to do|with the white blood cells.
Can't we go home, pack a bag|and come back tomorrow?
- Excuse me?|- You can't keep him right now.
- He doesn't even have his toothbrush.|- We'll take care of that.
We'd just like to keep him|for a few days.
- How long is a few days?|- Shut up, Agnethe.
- Sorry. i am allowed to ask, right?|- Yes.
Bone marrow? I hope it's not serious.
Don't worry.|It's just the Danish health system.
If you're really sick,|you wait 3 years.
If you just need penicillin,|you get the whole works.
A bone marrow test|sounds a little heavy.
Can't we just small talk?|How about our storage loft?
l'd like a storage room|to store all of our stuff.
And l'd like to talk|about your 38th birthday.
No, i can't.|i've got read all this for tomorrow.
It's about homemade preventive care.|i mean preventive homecare.
- Yes?|- It's me. You know... the bull.
How's it going?
I'm coming. Or whatever you say.
- Do you have any magazines?|- Yes, but...
- They've only got girls in them.|- Of course.
- I'll do fine.|- Okay.
- Well...?|- Yes?
I said, stop.
I had a phone call.
- What's the deal?|- We've run a series of tests.
Your illness is called|Chronic Myloblastic Leukemia.
You have very few white|blood cells to fight infections...
...which is why you can't|get rid of them.
- This is serious.|- Yes, i thought as much.
The illness has entered|its acute phase...
...its acute phase.
What are you going to do?
We don't think there|is a realistic chance.
There is a mild chemotherapy|treatment called Hydrea.
- I don't want chemotherapy.|- Wait. What are you saying?
We can treat your infections.|We will give you blood transfusions.
But we can't do very much else.
But, what are you going...
- I'm sorry.|- But what does Hydrea do?
Johannes, you have some time|to put your things in order.
We've got plenty of order. What...
You need to shut up now, Agnethe.|Get it?
Hey, you! Stop a second.
Stop a second.
My Dad is sick and|you're sending him home?
- What's that mean?|- Please lower your voice.
It means your Dad|doesn't have much time.
- Not much time? How much?|- I'd rather not give a precise date.
Oh yeah? Well, try anyway.
What are we talking about? 6 months?
- 3 months?|- We can't tell.
Probably not quite that long.
Not even 3 months?
Are we talking about 3 weeks?
Is it 3 weeks?
Yes, 3 or ...
I won't put an exact date on it,|but realistically ...
Realistic? 3 weeks?
What should i do?|- Be together as much as you can.
If someone could move in with him|or the other way around -
- the hospital would issue|all the necessary medicine.
So he just goes home?|- it's not very nice here, is it?
Should i come in?
Don't come in.
And then this fucking doctor said|3 weeks is more realistic.
He said realistic right to my face.|- That's tough.
You shouldn't die alone.|You should be with your family.
It's my Dad and|it's just 3 weeks, 3 weeks.
He is going to be here.|And that's that.
Wouldn't he better off at home?|We can take care of him there.
People piss in his stairway.
He could be with Katrine|and you could cook for him.
And i swear i'll get him|to talk to Martin.
Where will he sleep?|- Our sofa is as big as a football field.
Can't you say "we'll manage"|and "it will be fine"?
Sure, we'll manage just fine, but|you don't exactly get along with him.
I'm going to talk to Katrine.
What did your Dad say?
You don't know anyone anymore|so you'll be all alone here.
Would you look at me?
I want you to move in with us.
And lounge around on the sofa?|- No, you won't lounge anywhere.
You'll be with us. We'll...
... be together as a family.
You don't stick your Dad|on the couch to die.
I look like a loser.|- Don't forget your lunch.
Where should he sleep then?
We could put the extra bed|in your office.
My office? Let's turn the office|into a gypsy camp.
Forget that i'm a writer.|- Don't say that while i'm listening.
That was low.|- You've got 11 novels in the drawer.
You can't go on wearing|hip-hop clothes and being talented.
I know it's hard,|but you could contact a publisher.
They start well and i can't|finish them. You said so too.
I know nothing about endings.|But at least you could submit them.
They could advise you.|- i'll decide that myself.
I know that|an unpublished writer is a joke.
You guys have a nice day, okay?|And, yes, i remembered my lunch.
lt'll be fine.
I eat, smoke and crap|when it suits me.
Of course.|What do you take me for?
What about all of my plants?
I guess we'll have to take those too.|- i can't leave them.
Of course.|- it's going to be a circus.
My car will be fixed by tomorrow|so i'll come get your stuff.
I can walk by myself.
Faulkner is over-rated?|- All Nobel prize winners are.
You can't judge literature.|- Listen.
You're a20-year old student|who collects last lines in novels -
- and you presume to put down|William Faulkner?
Want a cup of coffee?|Come on. Let's get some coffee.
But read "As i Lay Dying"|in the original, okay?
Does it have a good last line?
Should we have a cup of coffee?
I need to get the bed from the cellar.|My kind husband forgot it.
You'll get Kristian's office.|- i've got to sleep in that cupboard?
I guess we could sleep in there.
You can have our bedroom.|We'll sleep on a mattress.
But we haven't talked in 8 years.|- Whatever.
You're going to talk to each other.|- 8 years is a long time.
If you remember, he's the one|that cut off contact.
Don't do it for my sake, okay.|Do it for him.
He needs to talk to you.
He wants to talk to you.
Is that a gay thing?|- What?
Your cleaning mania.
I'm going to watch TV.
That is so cool.
Then go and watch it.
I'm on sabbatical from my studies -
- and if i withdraw,|i'll never get back in.
If you're still pursuing a degree,|then there isn't much i can...
Do i have to say everything twice?|i don't get tuition assistance.
You sit at your computer|and you don't care.
You don't give a shit!
I hope you end up|down and out some time.
You can't take leave|at such short notice.
"Persons wishing to nurse a dying|relative have a right to leave".
My father died last year.
My Dad was a real asshole.
My Dad isn't an asshole.|He's just stubborn -
- bad at talking or saying|something is nice.
I thought he'd say it was nice|i had cleaned up my room.
He never said anything was nice.
Only when Martin made some ugly|wooden sword or something.
Don't we have an appointment?
You know what?|They've closed everything.
The welfare office got sold|and i've been fired.
Crazy, isn't it?
Can't you just say that it's okay|that my Dad has moved in?
I've said it.
This reminds me of when|we went camping.
He's been in there for ages.
Dad, are you okay?|- i'm on the can.
What? He's busy.|You can shower after school.
I don't want to talk about it.
Take this pill, please.
We've got to talk about something|that will make you angry.
But here goes.
Eight years ago, Martin told you|he liked other men.
You got up and called a cab for him -
- and you haven't seen|each other since.
Have you considered whether|8 years is long enough?
Where's my lunch?|- i forgot it.
Ask Kristian for some money, okay?|- Fine. Bye.
He called me an old fascist.|- He was young and rebellious.
He would like to talk to you.
Martin, this is Dad.|Dad, this is Martin.
Here's the coffee.|This is sugar. That is milk.
Here's a lovely cookie.
Martin is your son no matter what|he does or who he does it with.
And it's hard for an old carpenter to|accept that his boy isn't a real boy.
Now you two talk.
It's been a while.
Yes, it's been a while.
You two were supposed to talk.
It's a little hard for him.
It's for me too.|- And so you say, Dad?
It's hard for me too.|- Stop repeating what we say.
I'm not a fascist.|i'm a social democrat.
Great, Dad.|Now that's taken care of. Right?
I don't know what to say.|He's the one that wants to talk, right?
So i've got the jizz.
And she stood in the middle of...
And so there i am, right?|- i had no clue.
Janni and Trisse.
There's something|we need to talk about.
Something i didn't tell you.
I've got a genetic defect in my back|called Scheuermann's disease.
It may be hereditary, so...
That's fine.|- That's okay, Martin.
I'm 32 and wear reading glasses.|i'm a neurotic cleaner.
We know, Martin.|- i wear inserts in my shoes.
Don't worry about it.|- But what if it's a boy?
I won't be able to play|football with him.
Janni, move that cigarette.|- Martin.
We may already be pregnant.
We've got a daughter called Katrine,|who is already 14.
How old are you?|38?
37, just like Agnethe.
Let's stop talking about your family.|- Sure.
Where are the papers you mentioned?
Let's talk about sex.|- Sex?
l'd like to do you|after we drink our coffee.
We can't. We really can't.
I'm married.|Agnethe's dad is really sick.
Didn't we agree not to talk|about your family?
I'm not out to mess up|your marriage.
I just think it could be really nice.
Would you bring the sugar?
You don't know if...
So, we're surfing, huh?
There's always something to watch.
What aftershave do you use?|You smell like a whorehouse.
I need to shower.
Our Dear Mother,|Ruth Hermansen
I don't want to lie next her.|- What do you mean?
She always coughed.|it was a relief when she died.
Knock it off.|You paid for the double plot.
She always meddled in everything.
She made sucking sounds|with her false teeth.
I almost left her once.|i had an affair.
It was our neighbor on Pilehojvej.
The one with the birthmark?
At least she was cheerful.|Her name was Tove.
She had an ass. i like big asses.
We're standing at Mom's grave.|i don't think it's funny.
So we're going to leave Mom's grave.
She had big boobs too.
Would you wait until|we're out of this cemetery?
What are you doing?
Dad can't eat the Wok stuff|so i'm doing Salisbury Steak.
Good idea. Should i help?
No, i can do it, i'm 37 years old.
You're using the vegetable|cutting board for meat.
Do you mind leaving my kitchen?|- Yes.
That's a vegetable knife.|But it can be washed.
l'd turn the sauce down a little bit.
The gravy is supposed to boil.
This is a rebroadcast of a program|that was transmitted earlier today.
Welcome to the program.|Today, we're going to talk about...
Dad, are you sure|you don't want half a one?
I can't taste any more. i can't smell|any more. i've lost my appetite.
You could have a taste.|- The gravy tastes burnt.
Shut up or move out.|- i'm only 14.
But you're very mature.|Do you want anything else?
Let him be. He's not hungry.
That tastes awful. Sorry.|- it is really weird.
I'll stick to the shopping.|What do you want on your pizza?
What did you put in it?|- Shut up.
Capers?|- Shut up. Eat your broccoli.
It has been 3 weeks since|the doctor said he had 3 weeks left.
I miss you.
Could we talk to|the undertaker himself?
That's me. Anne-Mette Agaard.|- Oh. Hello.
I thought perhaps my father|would like to decide for himself.
These are the most popular models.
What's that one made of?
It's lacquered plywood.|This one is solid pine.
Are those the prices?|- Yes.
Without tax. it's important to|find a price that fits your budget.
This is good craftsmanship.|- it's oak. With a silk finish.
Oak? it's nice.|You don't burn them, do you?
It's intended for burial,|but everything can be cremated.
I'm an old carpenter.|You can't bury me in a fruit crate.
I wouldn't dream of it.
Oak is my favorite wood.
I'll take this one.
Do you want to look at the urns?|- Let's look at the flowers.
Maybe i should have some.
Kristian made it.
It's ethnic food.
It's fish in cocoa nut milk.
I can taste and smell a little again.
I need to remember to take my pills.
I need a refill of my prescription.
It's starting, Granddad.
A month ago,|you said he had 3 weeks -
- and now you say|he's not going to...
No, there's been|a temporary improvement.
We can't say when precisely.|- i feel better.
That's great, but...|well, it's fantastic.
But how much longer? 6 months?
Not likely. But it's hard.|No two cases are alike.
No, you've said that 100 times.
I'm no longer short of breath.|- it could quickly get worse.
You're saying you know nothing.|- i wouldn't say that.
You made me give you a date.|i didn't want to.
Of course we're glad Dad is still...|- i hardly cough at all.
No, that's fine.
By the way,|i've given up my apartment.
What?|- My apartment.
I'll get the 3-month deposit back.
You'll be able to pay for|the coffin and the flowers.
You gave notice?|- i didn't think l'd need it.
Did anyone say|you had to move back?
You're going to live with us until...
For as long as it lasts, you're...|Of course, you are.
This isn't so bad.
What's the yellow thing?|- it's a yellow pepper.
Four zeroes. The number 5.|250,000!
From now on, we don't watch TV|while we eat. That's that.
I want my braces off. i look like|a monster. My teeth are fine.
What's up with your teeth?|- i don't want to talk about teeth.
And my clothes money?|- i don't want to talk about them.
Not at all.
I'll give you 1,000 kroner|when i get my deposit.
Cool.|- Dad, don't give Katrine money.
Katrine, stay in your seat|until everyone's done.
And i think we need to talk|about who does what here.
Who vacuums,|who cleans the bathroom, etc.
Don't you think?|- Sure.
For example, you two should|do the dishes tonight.
Don't wait for me, old girl,|i'll say when it's time to dry up.
Check it out, you're turning|into the expert parent.
And you're turning into your mother.
You know what?|i'm nothing like Mom.
Mom was awful.
And who just got pregnant?|And who just got pregnant?
And who just got pregnant?
What do you think?
We'd also like to order 3 sakes.
My treat.|- No, i'll pay.
It's my treat.|- i'm paying.
It's my treat.|- i'm going to pay.
I can't drink.|- Of course you can.
We're having a birthday party.
Damn, this place is depressing.
Do you want the TV?|- it's an awful TV.
Why do i have to clean up his junk?
You do know you haven't|been to see him, right?
And soon it will be too late, Martin.
We've got to take that,|Dad made it as an apprentice.
I won't. He threw me out and|we haven't talked in 8 years.
I know.|- And now i've got to do this?
There's no time for anger now.|- i'm looking forward to when he dies.
There's no time, Martin.
I don't care.|And i got those two girls pregnant.
I jerked off into a condom|and Trisse is pregnant.
Wipe the table off too.|And the stove.
Did you hear Martin|is going to be a Dad?
Who is?|- Martin.
He got two lesbians pregnant.|Or at least one of them.
He did it in a condom and|they injected it with a syringe.
Did you learn that in school?|- No, Mom told me.
I didn't think there|would be more grandchildren.
You need money for clothes.
2,000 kroner to buy yourself|some cool clothes.
You're so damn pretty.
You are, damn it.
Shouldn't you get that stuff|out of your mouth?
Mom won't let me.|- They're your teeth.
Yes, they are my teeth.
Don't be scared of Mom.|i changed her diapers.
And these two holes?|- The man lived here.
You can see that.|- What about wear and tear?
He only had one phone, right?|i assume this is the plug.
And?|- it's defective.
It's a relatively new carpet, right?|- i guess. it looks that way.
I was wondering if|you wanted to read this.
I know the ending is unlikely.|- l'd love to.
It's really improbable and...|- Come inside, sweetheart.
It doesn't usually do this.
There's something wrong|with this door.
There's a long scratch.|- Where?
Here.|- i can't see it.
Look.|- i can't see a scratch.
It has to be refinished.
Where is there a scratch?|- Look from over here.
You have got to be joking.
Now i'll buy this scratched door.|Was there anything else?
No.|- Great. Then thanks for the door.
Doesn't Kundera have a husband|go home smelling of sex?
What was that?
Did you get me washed off?
How many extra hours did you take?|- What? Five.
Five?|it seems like you're gone more that.
Maybe it's your schedule telling|people when to scratch their asses?
Is it completely unthinkable|that i sometimes write -
- somewhere where|there's peace and quiet?
You pretty worked up, aren't you?
How long did you say this would last?|3 weeks.
Check your diary.|it's been 2 months.
What should i do?|Say: Dad, you promised to die?
I'm just getting a cup of coffee.
You guys make good coffee.|- Granddad, which channel is it?
This is yours.|"Guide to Acknowledging Paternity".
The law... i have to pee all the time.
The law says if you know who|the father is you have to tell.
We'll say you met some|"Giorgio" while on vacation.
You can do that?
"lf fatherhood is acknowledged,|it can't be altered."
I wish you would decide whether|you want to be acknowledged.
I think it would be easiest if|you weren't on those papers.
You won't tell Trisse i said so, right?|- No.
I read it.|- i know it's garbage.
I know it loses the plot|and just look at the title.
It's good.|- it's a first draft.
You think so?|- Yes.
I think it's sad|they don't get each other.
But it's really good.
And i think this should|be the last line.
You think it's good?|- it's really good.
What are we waiting for?|- We're waiting for the princess.
Okay, we're waiting for the princess.
Here you go. Here she is.
You look great.|What a lovely dress.
What else did you get?|- Else? it's from a proper shop.
She spent 2,000 kroner on a dress?|- Shut up, Agnethe.
Here comes the icing on the cake.
Come on, Katrine.
Goodbye, railroad tracks.
They let me take them off.|They said my teeth were good enough.
Why did they change their minds?
That's how teeth are.
So if i call, they'll say,|we changed our mind about her teeth.
You got your Granddad to sign|without my knowledge.
They're my teeth.|- You're going back to the dentist.
And they will tell you what to do.|Get it? Get it, Katrine?
Agnethe.|- Katrine, listen to me.
Let me tell you something.|You may not think i'm a good mother.
But i have a job,|i do the laundry and the shopping.
Right now, i need you to be|a little nicer than normal.
Get it? Katrine!
You need to change your behavior|if you're going to live here. Get it?
You had your chance to raise me,|but you weren't interested.
Katrine is mine.|- She is herself.
Don't be sensitive.|i'm not in the mood.
Relax, it's just her teeth.
I gave you my bedroom,|i made you food -
- and you watch TV all day|and tell me to relax?
You were the one that|wanted me to move in.
I just wanted you to see|that you had a family.
I didn't ask you for anything.
You never ask for anything.|or ever give anyone anything.
You're just like your mother,|just like your mother.
No wonder Kristian|occasionally strays.
What exactly does that mean?
If you've got something to say about|Kristian, come tell me right now.
Hello?|- Hi, sweetheart.
I'm still at the University.|i've got a class in a minute.
But i forgot your Dad's medicine.
He can get it himself.|i'm so tired of him.
Okay, that's fine.
I've got class in little while.|- i made you lunch.
It's okay.|- i've got to go.
Everyone knows that if you call a|mobile phone it displays the number.
My name is Agnethe.|Agnethe is my name.
Would you like to come in?
It's a shame we aren't men, then|we could kick each other's asses.
Are you sure|you don't want to come in?
It's so weird. Things are pretty|bad at my place right now.
I understand him.|i understand him really well.
And you're much more|beautiful than me.
You can't say that.|- Yes, you can. Just like that, you can.
Yes, what's up?
Did things go well at the University?|- Same as usual.
Your coffee's bad because you don't|wait for the water to boil.
By the way, i visited the girl|you're fucking at the moment.
Great, Kristian. Congratulations.
I can't hear you.
Agnethe, damn it.|- Now you're invisible too.
You disappeared. How strange.
Agnethe, damn it, relax.
What are you doing?
Dad's just fucking one of his students.|She is isn't she?
So say goodbye to Dad|because he's leaving.
So rewrite it.|Now you've got an ending.
I've been thrown out.
So i came here.
Agnethe, what are you doing here?|- Hi.
I'm hear to say i'm ready|to come back to work.
I'm sorry to hear that.|- What?
You mean your father is...?
No, no, he's fine.
My family and i just need|to get back into our rhythm.
You mean he isn't...
Has he recovered?|is he okay?
You're my boss so we don't|have to get personal, right?
Of course not.
You know what...
I think i'm going to go over|my brother-in-law's.
I can't go on wearing hip-hop|clothes and being talented.
I'm 37 and you're 20.
I've got to go.
So i'm going to go.
ln the 14th week, the fetus will|measure 11.5 cm from head to toe.
The skin is very thin and|lanugo hair covers the body.
Lanugo hair?|- Yes.
14 weeks means it's way too late|for any kind of abortion, right?
Of course not.
I don't want to be on those papers.|- That's fine, Martin.
Well, the skin, etc.|Where was it? Lanugo hair.
I think that's just not right.
That's just not right.|- No.
It may be weird since i'm lesbian...|- Quiet, Trisse.
Don't tell me to be quiet!
We will make fine parents, but it's|stupid to pretend there's no father.
There is always a father!
Being pregnant makes you sensitive.|- Yes.
Forget about it.
I was just passing by.|- Oh.
This is a nice place.|- Thanks.
I just brought this. it's 2,000 kroner.
I don't need money.|- it's not for you.
I heard another grandchild is coming.
I gave Katrine 2,000 and|there's also 2,000 in that.
You shouldn't favor some children|over others. it's important.
You need to treat them all the same.
I've got some errands to run|and i've got a cab waiting.
We can't take you back, Johannes.|Your condition has to deteriorate.
I'm living with my daughter and -
- and it's a big terrible mess.
I think we've got some kleenex here.
I've turned into|a real crybaby, haven't l?
Agnethe's okay. it's not that.
She's a lot like her mother,|but she does what she can.
She's a great daughter.|You must not think otherwise.
She just can't save the whole world.
You can't use hospitals that way.|Your condition has to deteriorate.
If you get pneumonia...|- it's not a problem.
I'm spitting up blood again.
I feel like hell.
Are you happy now?
Are you happy now? Are you?
What are we talking about?|- Granddad's sick and he's in hospital.
They just called from the hospital.
Are you happy now|he's out of the house?
I keep falling asleep.
They keep giving me pills.
I'll make you food|if you don't like theirs.
It's good enough.
Garbage.|Nothing is good enough.
The two of us, we never get...
The two of us never get...
Are you moving home again?
Right now,|i just came to get some things.
Can we talk?|- i don't really have time.
What's up with your teeth?
If you want to know, he's got|a nosebleed and now he's sleeping.
I just came to get my stuff.|i'm staying at Martin's.
This is Mikkel.|i'll visit Granddad tomorrow.
Hi, i'm Mikkel.|- Hi, i'm Kristian.
See you, bye.|- Bye.
Remember the cord.|- What cord?
The razor. You always forget.|- Do we know each other?
Listen, just so you know.|i'm not seeing her any more.
I don't care.|Pardon me being emotional -
- but my father has chosen to die|alone, but don't worry about that.
Here you go.
Why can't you just say-
- you're an asshole but if you love me,|we'll give it another chance?
Remember your cord.
I hadn't forgotten it.
Wow, how spontaneous and crazy.
Well, thanks for everything.
Agnethe is coming this afternoon.
I didn't think there|would be more grandchildren.
No, but i'm still, you know...|it's not because i like girls.
I really don't want to listen to that.
I hate those words you use.|- i wouldn't smoke right here.
And he's here in this|stupid hospital. How cool.
Maybe you should go home. We|gave him something so he can sleep.
What did he say about me?|Did he say anything about me?
What do you mean?|- My father.
What did he say when|he asked to be admitted?
He said i was a pain, right?|- No.
He spoke about you with|great warmth and... warmth.
Nice of you to lie.|- I'm not lying.
You father said,|and i quote word for word -
- Agnethe is a damn good daughter.
But she can't fix the whole world.
I'm a doctor.|i wouldn't lie for you. That's that.
I'm the one who called Kristian|and told him to come.
He also knew Dad for years,|you know.
That's reasonable, isn't it?
I think so.
Let's wait outside.
If it's okay, l'd like to see him too.
Damn, it tastes worse|than mine does.
See you, Agnethe.|- Yes.
You're really irritating.|Sorry, sorry, sorry.
But if you love me,|let's give it another chance.
Kristian, you're a giant asshole,|but i love you.
I love you too.
I came by to say|i want to be on the papers.
Oh, Martin.|- As the father.
Officially. Child support and all.|- i'm so happy.
You know what, Trisse?|- Look at this, Martin.
See the scan?|That's the arms. And the legs.
It looks like me.|- Please! That's my profile.
No, look at the nose.|- You can't see what's what.
See the forehead?|- Trisse, can we get going?
Yes.|- i was just wondering.
Do you want to keep it?|- Thanks.
We have to go to birth prep class.|- Okay, see you.
Subtitles by|Dansk Video Tekst
O Brother Where Art Thou
O Homem Que Copiava 2003 CD1
O Homem Que Copiava 2003 CD2
Oberst Redl - Colonel Redl CD1
Oberst Redl - Colonel Redl CD2
Object of My Affection The
Objective - Burma CD1
Objective - Burma CD2
Odd Couple The
Odds Against Tomorrow (Robert Wise 1959)
Of Mice and Men
Office The 01
Office The 02
Office The 03
Office The 04
Office The 05
Office The 06
Officer and a Gentleman An
Old Men In New Cars
Oliver 1968 CD1
Oliver 1968 CD2
Oliver and Co
Oliver and Company
Olsen Banden Junior
Olympia (1936 Leni Riefenstahl)
Om Jai Jagadish 2002
Omega Code 2 The
Omen III - The Final Conflict
Omen IV - The Awakening
Omocha - The Geisha House CD1
Omocha - The Geisha House CD2
Omohide Poro Poro - Only Yesterday CD1
Omohide Poro Poro - Only Yesterday CD2
On Connait La Chanson 1997
On Her Majestys Secret Service
On The Beach (1959)
On the Line
On the edge
Once A Thief 1990
Once Upon A Time In China 2
Once Upon a Time CD1
Once Upon a Time CD2
Once Upon a Time in America CD1
Once Upon a Time in America CD2
Once Upon a Time in America CD3
Once Upon a Time in China
Once Upon a Time in Mexico Desperado
Once Upon a Time in the West (1968) CD1
Once Upon a Time in the West (1968) CD2
Once and Again 01x01
Once and Again 01x02
Once and Again 01x03
Once and Again 01x04
Once and Again 01x05
Once and Again 01x06
Once and Again 01x07
Once and Again 01x08
Once and Again 01x09
Once and Again 01x10
Once and Again 01x11
One Fine Day
One Flew Over The Cuckoos Nest
One Night at McCools
One Nite in Mongkok
One Piece ep01
One Piece ep02
One Piece ep03
One Piece ep04
One Piece ep05
One Piece ep06
One Take Only 2001
One Two Three 1961
One from the Heart 1982
Onibaba (Devil-woman) 1964
Only Angels Have Wings CD1
Only Angels Have Wings CD2
Open Hearts CD1
Open Hearts CD2
Open Range CD1
Open Range CD2
Operation Pacific 1951
Opposite of Sex The
Original Sin CD1
Original Sin CD2
Oscar and Lucinda 1997
Osennij marafon - Autumn Marathon 1979
Oso Rojo Un
Ostrov Sokrovisch (Yevgheny Fridman USSR 1971) CD1
Ostrov Sokrovisch (Yevgheny Fridman USSR 1971) CD2
Our Lady of the Assasins CD1
Our Lady of the Assasins CD2
Out-of-Towners The (1970)
Out To Sea 1997
Out for Justice 1991
Out for a Kill
Out for justice
Out of Reach 2004 I
Out of Reach Rescue The
Out of Sight Collector Edition
Outlaw The (Howard Hawks 1943)
Outsiders The (1983)
Over the Rainbow
Ovosodo (Paolo VirzÍ 1997)
Owl and the Pussycat The 1970