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- What's up, Harald? How are you?|- Fine.
- Need alift?|- No, l'm getting picked up.
Why are there always so|many of you in your cars?
lt's environmentally responsible.
l want my money, Harald.
May l get out first?
l want that money, okay?
l need aweek.
lf you want aweek,|you go up to3 1/2, okay?
You wantyour interest, right?
On Monday, Harald.|Remember.
Do you want a trade?|Vuk? Do you want anything?
- You don't want raisins?|- Can'tyou make your own pastry?
Sure, but shouldn't|there be raisins in it?
- Vuk, try Martin's pastries yet?|- l tried five. Really good.
He's going to compete|in the Danish Pastry Championships.
You'll definitely win|with that pastry, Martin.
There are alot of other good pastries.
What the hell are you doing?
- Pastry.|- Why didn'tyou come and get me?
Think it's fun riding the bus? They|stop every 5 feet to drop off junkies.
- Why didn'tyou come?|- We didn't know you were out.
- Or what's it called ... released.|- We thought it wasn't until tomorrow.
- What's that?|- lt's Vuk.
Harald, this is Vuk.
Vuk, this is Harald.
- He's been hired here.|- Who hired him?
We did, more or less.|He's a great electrician.
He put in awhole new|lighting system.
- Vuk was an electrician in Sarajevo.|- He won't be in my kitchen.
There's plenty of light.|Get lost, Sambo.
Didn'tyou hear what l said?|Go back to San Diego.
- Vuk is Ratko's cousin.|- l don't care about Ratko.
Who gave you permission|to change everything?
- The slacking off is over.|- We've talked alot about that.
- What didyou talk about?|- Well, ahh ...
We ...We don't want|to do this any more.
Of course you can do|whatever you want to.
We just don't want to be criminals.
Lose the ladder. And the flowers.|They look like shit.
Lose the ladder, Peter.
Nice wheels.|You drive for weddings now?
We've taken the day off.|Here! Nuts and pistachios.
Hey, Harald ...Why can't Vuk|work in your kitchen?
He needs ajob, man.
His mother won't accept|an unemployed son.
Vuk's mother will have|to get used to it.
- Do you have my 3 1/2 million?|- No.
Hire Vuk with full benefits|andyou get another week.
l need more than aweek.
lf you treat him right,|you get another three days.
Send him over on Monday.
Make sure you get the money.|Take out amortgage.
You've got ice cream all over, man.
- We can't work in this light.|- Puk is coming on Monday.
We need the lights fixed, right?
- What the hell is that?|- Jellyfish Sushi.
- Why are you making confectionery?|- They're salmon Maki rolls.
- lt's raw fish. Taste some.|- No way l'm touching that shit.
This isn't some fast food joint.|Cook that damn fish.
No, of course.|l'll be there right away.
The Monk is in the hospital.
You could have guessed. He hasn't|exactly lived ahealthy life.
Do you want to come visit him?|lt may be the last time.
We don't want to do this any more.
What don'tyou want to do?|The man is fatally ill.
Come on, let's go.
Mr. Monk, l'm preparing|some medication for you.
- Visiting hours are over!|- Harald ...
- Are you relatives?|- You could say that Harald is.
- Yes, we're family.|- He's boasting.
Wait with that.|l want to be able to talk.
- Two minutes.|- Thank you very much.
- What the hell, Monk?|- Harald, my child.
My liver is giving up.|There's nothing to do.
l had always counted on getting shot.|That's not how it's going to be.
No, l ... l don't really|feel like it anyway.
- ls there anythingyou need?|- No.
Yeah ...
There may be one thing.|lt's alittle complicated.
- l would like to see my son.|- You don't have a son.
Oh yes l do.|l have a son.
- You never mentioned it.|- There was no reason to.
His mother was a stewardess,|Swedish. Crazy bitch.
l never got in touch.|l was in jail, so ...
l couldn't do anything. He needs|to see his Dadwhile l'm still around.
That's obvious.|We'lljust find him.
- Where does he live?|- ln Sweden.
- Where does he live exactly?|- ln Sweden, you idiot.
- Where in Sweden?|- He's in jail.
- What did he do?|- Nothing serious.
- He's probably changed.|- What's he called?
- lf he's in jail, we can't ...|- Of course you can.
Visiting hours are over.|You're smoking? Leave immediately!
- We'll find him.|- Thank you, my boy.
lt's not anormal prison.|lt's for prisoners with life sentences.
They can't just give us a cookie.|l'm about to die of hunger.
lt's impregnable.We've got to tell|Harald that we can't get him out.
Stop kicking, you loser.|Brat.
l'm sorry, butyou can't be here.
- ls that lobster?|- Wouldyou go back to your seat?
How hadyou imagined|we were going to get him out?
- Drive abulldozer through the wall.|- But there are three walls.
- Real silverware and cloth napkins.|- What the hell are you doing?
Don't eat my crab.|Go back to your seat.
What did he do? He's in Sweden's|most heavily guarded prison.
lt must have been parking tickets.|Wouldyou go back to your seat?
l'm sorry, butyou can't be here.
Stop it and go back to your seat.
lf you think about it ... lt might be|that it's not completely impossible.
lf you kick me one more time ...|Here comes another cake.
Hi.|Can l help you?
Peter called and|had some rooms set aside.
- Do you speak English?|- Martin, doesn't she speak Danish?
We have made areservation|for two rooms for Mr. Blixen.
Ask if they have a conference room.
- A conference room?|- Yes.
- One with ablackboard.|- Why?
Ask. lf he's had an idea,|he'll tell us.
- Don't we have to land first?|- Then l'll ask.
- Just sign here for the rooms.|- Bitch. Come on.
- Come on, Martin.|- The keys ...
Come on.
-''Meet room'' ...|- That's what it's called.
lt's not called a ''meet room''.
That's damn bad service.
- Peter is right. She was abitch.|- He just had amullet.
We'll meet in the conference room|in two minutes!
Tight security at the prison means|the prisoners walk freely in the yard.
We're going to use that.|Let's say you're the pear.
You come in here ...
Let's back up alittle bit.|Harald, this is you.
You walk into the yard|and meet Ludvig.
Meanwhile Martin and l are on the|bridge, which is300 meters away.
lf we pretend this is the bridge,|then that's Martin and this is me.
We're standing looking|into the prison yard.
We shoot awire300 meters down.
You click onto the wire.|You put on arappelling seat.
Firstyou connect to the wire,|and then to this basketball post.
Then Martin drives the truck down|to the end of the bridge.
The truck is carrying|a 1,000-liter water deadweight.
So the wire is completely taut.
At the center of the wire is|7 1/2 meters of bungy cord.
Release the wire, andyou'll fly over|the wall and land under the bridge.
- And Martin and l will pick you up.|- You don't really mean this, do you?
lt's completely safe. People pay|500 kroner to do it by the harbor.
Get whatyou need and put the|bottles back in the mini-bar.
Here.|Martin, put it on.
- Can you see him?|- There are alot of dogs.
They're crazy about dogs over here.
Hold this a second.|lt's the bungy.
- ls he there?|- No.
There he is.
The guy by the bench?|Thank you very much.
l've come to getyou out.
Leave me alone.
- l think he's got him.|- Then you get this.
Your father would like to see you.
l don't have a father.
- What's happening, Martin?|- What's happening? lt's those dogs.
How was l to know|the dogs would hold on?
- Let's get him up.|- Do we have to?
lt's not my fault the dogs|held on so tightly.
- We go left next time.|- Are you sure?
lt's anon-stop train.|lt arrives in 11 minutes.
How much does a Doberman|actually weigh?
Ludvig!|Hurry up.
Come down here!|ln case someone sees you.
Get lost!
- What did he say?|- He doesn't want to come down.
You've got to come home to Denmark.|We're taking the bridge.
You haven't driven on ityet,|have you? Come down.
Show it to him.
lt's apicture of your father,|the Monk.
- You're father's really sick.|- Come on.
Let me handle this.
That will give you|abladder infection.
You have to visityour father.
They've lied to you|all these years. Come on.
We've brought a change|of clothes for you.
ls it true?|ls it my father?
Yes, it's your father.
Here!|Take this.
Shit, man.
Ludvig, stop it!
That's not necessary.|l won't run away.
Well, you definitely won't now.
Harald, there's somethingwrong|with him. Can'tyou tell?
- Look at his eyes, he's crazy.|- He's a great guy.
35sveteas for apiece of pastry.|Where are we now?
{y:i}A few hours ago, Ludvig Petterson,|{y:i}serving alife sentence, escaped.
{y:i}He has been convicted of|{y:i}the murders of five women.
{y:i}He is extremely dangerous.|{y:i}lf you see this man -
{y:i}- inform the police immediately.
What did they say?
He killed five women.
Damn, Harald.
They were probably really irritating.|Sister, how long can it take?
- Harald ...|- l don't want to talk about it.
Let us eat in peace.
What are you doing?
She was talking on the phone|and there was this gust of wind.
And then she fell.
Get into the car!
You've got so much hair|and l've got so little.
lt feels so strange.
l've so wished ...
Well, that l had a father.
We kids always thought -
- that we had a father|who was apilot or amillionaire.
l was apilot once.|And millions rolled in once.
So theoretically, l could|have been a great father.
Damn!|l didn't know that.
lf l had known that,|you wouldn't have gotten ...
l wasn't what l should have been,|but then l took care of Harald.
Can we go now?
Let them get to know each other.
- Nice shirt.|- ls there somethingwrongwith it?
- lt's nice.|- l like it alot.
lt's warm too, right?
lt's just orange.
What's the matter with you?|ls it serious?
- l'm dying, Ludvig.|- No.
Out of the question.|We just met.
Yes ...
But that's how it is.
l think Mr. Monk needs to rest.|You've been here long enough.
Ludvig, let go of her.
Then give me five minutes.
You're not the only one|that knows the Monk.
Don'tyou understand|this is ahospital? Get out!
He looks like his mother.
l don't understand it.Why don't|they just give him anew liver?
- Because there are waiting lists.|- We've got to do something.
l'll take care of that.
Don't go wrecking everything.|l'll help the Monk.
Do you understand?
We'll call Erling. My doctor.|He'll help us.
- Ecuador.|- Ecuador?
Yes, Ecuador, German surgeons have|specialized in liver transplants.
They get ahold of fresh organs.|You're as good as new afterwards.
l've got the contact.
- Where is Ecuador?|- ln South America.
Right behind Brazil.|They've got amazingwildlife.
And really nice lndians.|Completely naked.
And really nice lndians.|Completely naked.
- Can'tyou get that light fixed?|- ls it expensive?
- The lndian girls.|- One of those livers.
A liver costs $300,000. Maybe|l can get it down to 280,000.
- That's alot of money.|- We can't do it, Harald.
We've got to do something.
- Harald, we can't do it.|- Harald, it's impossible.
- Harald.|- Fuck, man.
Really nice pastry.|Can l have the recipe?
Of course not.|lt's a secret.
- You can take some with you.|- lt wouldwork wonders.
You can't take the whole pastry.
No, that's fine.|lt's been in your bag.
Have you ever robbed abank?
lt's been a few years.
lt has for me too.
You don't forget.|lt's just like riding abike, right?
You want to transfer your money|to Dan Hansen's account?
- All of it?|- Just do it, okay?
Can you write anote?|Something like ''For rent''.
Okay, then write:|Goodbye, Dan.
''Don't bring that little bastard|to my funeral, you damn bastard''.
No, not ''you damn bastard''.|Erase that.
Write ''you deceiving shit''.
Do you want to talk|to someone about this?
Get up!|The money. All the money.
- Down, l said.|- Then shoot!
My clothes will get wrinkled.
- l have to go to a funeral.|- Okay, you stay standing!
Didyou say funeral?
Who died?|ls it a girl?
Shut up, you two!
Was itvery gentle?|How did she die?
- No, it was suicide.|- What kind of abank is this?
Don'tyou have any money?|There's no money here. 100,000.
- Who pressed it?|- lt happens automatically.
Why are they coming so quickly?
Everyone gets up and|comes out the door with us!
Get up, damn it!
Scubaba, scubaba.
- What the hell didyou say?|- Get up!
ls it a good idea?
Get up!|Quickly! Out!
Close together!
Hey, my name is ...
My name is Bente Halsted and|l'm anegotiator. l'm your friend.
- Drive, damn it! l said drive!|- l don't want to.
- Drive!|- Ouch!
- Don'tyou hit me, you beast!|- Are you nuts? We've got ahostage!
Drive now!|Drive!
- Drive, bitch!|- Then speak properly!
lf Lyngby also wins, you'll get9 to 1.|They're giving money away.
- What's all that money doing?|- lt's breeding.
- lt's being bet on football.|- On football?
l've got a friend at FCK. They play|FC Mid-Jutland on Sunday -
- but have got nothing to play for.|They're not starting the first squad.
lf you match FC Mid-Jutlandwith four|other winners, you get9 to 1 odds.
- What kind of friend is he?|- Dan Hansen. They're sure to lose.
He's holding aparty on Saturday.|lf we bet8,000 -
- we can get 71,000|on Monday morning.
We might as well bet all of it|on Mid-Jutland. All of it.
No, try to listen.We bet it all|on the team that wins.
And on Monday we'll get 1 million.
- 1 million. That's alot of money.|- Shut up and fix that light.
- lt's not a completely sure thing.|- lf Peter says so, it is.
Then we're going to watch football.
What is it?
{y:i}Morten Bisgaard|{y:i}with a good chance... Oh.
- Here.|- Thanks.
- What's the score?|- 0-0.
- These are team scarves.Wear them.|- No thanks.
- Wear it. Martin.|- We're supporting Mid-Jutland.
They didn't have any|Mid-Jutland scarves.
- There!|- Didwe score? Was it the right team?
- There!|- lt's a done deal!
lt's damn good, Peter.
No, no, no, what's going on?|He fell by himself.
He didn't touch him.|There's nothing there.
- He didn't touch him.|- ls it apenalty kick?
- lt probably is.|- That's the guy you know, right?
Know and know ...|We went to school together.
{y:i}Here comes|{y:i}Dan Hansen with the ball.
{y:i}lt's tied at 1-1.|{y:i}There are only a few seconds left.
{y:i}FCK ties it up at 1-1.|{y:i}1-1is the final result.
{y:i}Surprising to many,|{y:i}but definitely not undeserved.
- Are they playing at the Park?|- Yes.
Harald, what are we doing here?|Shouldn't we go? Shouldn't we?
Shouldn't we find aplace to eat?|Get some food somewhere.
Somewhere nice.
ls that him?
- ls that him?|- What the hell are you doing?
Come on, let's go.
- lt wasn't his fault.|- He cheated us.
- Peter?|- Hi, Dan.
You owe me amillion.
You shouldn't lie to us.
l won't do anything to him.|l just want my million.
Harald ... lt's the bookie's fault.
Don't touch him.|There's still electric current in him.
Vuk will have to clean this up.|You two owe me amillion.
Vuk, don't touch him.|Step away from him.
- He had been sold to Dortmund.|- He just needs some fresh air.
- Do you want some?|- No thanks, l just ate.
We'll fly to Bremen in a small plane.|And then on to Ecuador.
You need to bring|all of the money in cash.
- Not Euros, they don't want them.|- What is $280,000 in Danish?
l talked them down to $260,000.|But count on 2 1/2 million kroner.
That's alot of money.|Do you have it?
- You just order that liver.|- Then l'll call.
- My name is Ludvig.|- Wouldyou like apiece of pastry?
Even if you had that much money,|you shouldn't spend it on me.
Buy some Polish whores|and live it up.
Harald says|you have ahard time with the ladies.
Has Harald become apsychologist?
That would be the last thing|he'd do. Don't waste your life.
lt's hard to be alone.|Can'tyou find ababe?
But when l have to ...
Harald told me. At some point|you feel like killing the bitch.
There's always someone|who can put up with you.
You can't end up as an old man|alone in apolished car.
l don't have a car.
You'll get my Mercedes.|You just need awoman first.
- l mean it.|- Sleep.
You need it.|Sleep.
{y:i}Red, red roses
{y:i}Roundin ladies'clothes
{y:i}The scentis carried|{y:i}by the evening breeze
{y:i}When we listen cheek to cheek
Get a grip.
Sleep tight.|l'll come again tomorrow.
Sleep tight, Dad.
You're kidding. l am so tired of|havingyou running around here.
Don'tyou know what time it is?|This is ahospital ...
- Hi.|- What are you doing?
Have you taken her clothes off?
- She fell.|- She fell?
- Are you okay?|- Yes.
We'll put her in the freezer.|Peter and Martin will take care of it.
How is the Monk?
Pretty bad.
He wants to give me his car.
He's got lots of them.|He gave me one too.
l was offered his Mercedes.
No, he doesn't want to get rid of that.
He said l could have it.
You're going to have to stop that.|The girls ... it's not nice.
She fell.
What are you doing?
l just wanted to say thanks.
Andyou ...|You know what?
Don'tyou ever hit me again!
Shut up.
How stupid.
What did she mean,|she wanted to thank me?
l have no idea.
- Martin, we want pastry too.|- l'll letyou know when it's done.
A watch!
You have to blow out the candles.
Then you have to make awish|or else.
- We want pastry too.|- l'll letyou know.
Hey, Vuk. Come here.What are you|doing? Don'tyou speak Danish?
Come down here.
Come here.
- This is for you.|- Me?
- Yes, it's apresent.|- You bought him apresent?
l don't treat him badly.|l saved his life too, right?
lt was really expensive.|lt's electric. You press here.
Then the scrub cloths|get cleaned each time.
So don't buy too many|new scrub cloths.
That's a great cake, Martin.|Hurry up and eat it. l'll get Ludvig.
- What the hell are you doing?|- Sorry.
- Don't hit me in the headwith aham!|- Sorry.
What's going on?
There's plenty of life in her yet.
She'll be abit groggy to start with.|Her brain has been cooled down.
She'll probably have a cold.|Give her chamomile teawith honey.
- She ought to be dead by now.|- Her circulation was stopped.
You can't bleed if|you're frozen stiff, right?
- Well, if you ...|- Got any more pastry?
- Leave some for the others.|- l've started to experiment.
How much butter do you use|per pound of flour?
We can't tellyou.
l can't do anything|about the other two.
- Say hi to Harald.|- What's that about pastry?
Damn, my head hurts.
What the hellwere|you doing in that freezer?
- Where do you know Harald from?|- Who?
- You must know.|- ls he the one from the bank?
- ls he the one that killed Dan?|- Where do you know Dan from?
He's my boyfriend.|He keeps leaving me, the jerk.
You've got to go|before Harald comes.
- What the hell are you two doing?|- Hi.
- Who called Erling?|- Martin.
- Why is she alive?|- She hit me with aham.
- What are you doing, Martin?|- l don't know.
lt was a shame for her, that she ...
She tried to kill Peter|with a smoked ham.
- What?|- Ham.
We don't kill people for fun.
- l'll have to start from the beginning.|- Who are you?
Move so you don't get blood on you.
Stop it now, Fatso.
You shouldn't butt in like that -
- and shout and scream|like alittle kid!
Shit, l've had areally badweek.
l want to go home now.|Wouldyou drive me home?
She had ahard night, so l'm going|to take care of her. See you later.
- Do l shout and scream?|- No, no, not at all.
- Am l rude to you?|- Not at all. She was ...
Herbal teawith honey.
lf you spill any l'll ...|l'lljust wipe it up with ...
Get ahold of Erling|before he leaves.
lt's right here.
lt's right here.
l simply don't know|how to thank you.
l only drove you home.
You saved my life at the bank.|l mean it.
l would have killed myself|if you hadn't come.
And then all that stuff with Dan ...
l've never been able|to get away from him.
ln the freezer,|l could see what abig idiot he is.
There is areason|why we met each other.
l would like a good cup of coffee.
Okay, come on.
There is never any warmwater.
Can you findwhatyou need?|There are Saltines by the sink.
No, over the coffeemaker.
You can't find a good plumber.
What is it?
You want to fix my shower?
No, damn it ...
Let's try again.
Tomato, Harald?
- Didyou break Vuk's jaw?|- Vuk fell over.
This is your last chance, Harald.|l want my money now!
- l'lljust go in with these.|- You're staying here.
This is serious.|l want my money now.
l can't get3 1/2 million now.
Do you have an idea|how to get the money?
Then l've got an idea.
l've got ajob for you|out at the airport.
Read it closely.|lt's your last chance.
- Where the hell did he go?|- What?
Where are you going?|Where are you going?
The Danish Pastry Championships.
- The Danish Pastry Championships?|- Yes.
The opening round is being|held at the Bella Center.
Martin's got a great|chance of winning.
- Our old cooking school is coming.|- You'll come inside and sit down.
Sorry l'm late. l've been at Mille's.
She's completely fantastic.|Her breasts aren't hard and cold.
They're like aballoon filled|with blood.Warm and soft.
They curve round and ...
She also said she wants|to get married.
- What he's saying is ...|- l know what the man's saying.
Have you forgotten|your father is really sick?
Shouldwe continue?
lt's about a sealed|money transport in aplane.
Come in here and sit down!|A money transport in aplane.
This is a Hercules.|Send them round.
The Monk, Peter, Martin and l|are waiting in an ambulance.
He's the only one that can fly.
- We can't fly aplane.|- Shut up.
Erling gives the Monk some morphine.
Vuk checks in on another plane.|DK 603 to Gran Canaria.
There will be an accident.|The ambulance enters the apron.
Ludvig, you will be|in the first class lounge.
Buy some tickets. Be creative.|Think of somethingyourself.
We get in|before the real ambulance comes.
This is the cool part.|We drive right down to the Hercules.
We drive into the Hercules,|take out the guards and fly away.
- What guards?|- Some rent-a-guards.
What the hell are you doing, Vuk?|He's stillwired!
lt's just a shoe!
Can'tyou be more careful?
The Hercules flies so low|that they won't find us on radar.
You throw the money in the sea|and jump after it.
Vuk's uncles on a ship pick us up.|The Hercules crashes.
Have you ever had|your noses licked?
The containers will sink.We can't|jump out of aplane, can we Peter?
Yeah, well ...|Can't we jump out of aplane?
There's plenty of air in|the containers. They won't sink.
A Hercules only flies at 100 km an|hour. lt's not dangerous to jump from.
The accident Vuk causes ...|How do we do that?
Well ...We'lljust think of something.|lt's not aproblem.
A really ingenious plan.|Really well thought up.
- You never say anything.|- What should l say?
lt's okay. Boeing 737-300.|They build them in Seattle.
No, wait a second.
lt won't work.
l don't know what's wrong.|Sorry.
lt doesn't matter.
Has it happened before?
l haven't done it much.|Only with you and my mom.
That's against the law.
lt was in Sweden.
What was your mother like?
Good, l think. l don't have anyone|to compare her with.
She movedwhen l was twelve.
Didn't she die when you were nine?
Yes, she did.
You're so nice.
l thought of seeing apsychologist.|l don't know if it's necessary.
You shouldn't see apsychologist.|Or l will too.
You're just shy.|You just need to relax.
l care aboutyou so much.
l thought about whatyou said|about getting married.
Dan promised to marry me|all the time.
But l will.
Do you want to?
Stop it!|You shouldn't say it for fun.
Look at me.
lt's not funny.
Wouldyou marry me?
Are you serious?
There's aplane to Brazil on Tuesday.|We can get married there.
Damn it!|l don't have any money.
Didyou say money?|l've got that.
You do?
Good.|Then we'll go.
- l'm coming now.|- How long can it take?
Are you coming?
Press again!
Here. The ticket.|Take good care of it.
Get going ...
- Ratko, come in.|- Harald ...
{y:i}- How are you doing?|- We'll be there in half an hour.
l've set abase so you can|supplement ityourself.
- ls it morphine?|- Here's alittle extra. He's abig guy.
l have areally important appointment|tonight. l'll see you later.
- The plane doesn't go for 4hours.|- lt's good to be early.
- We're getting married.|- Congratulations. Have a seat.
Did l mention it's35degrees|Celsius down there?
That's not aproblem, because ...|l bought children's sun cream.
The money transport is not there ...
{y:i}- lt's sun block...|- Ludvig?
Why is it always in Finnish?
The money transport is not here.
- How do you feel?|- l feel strange, Harald.
Are you in pain?
- You just need morphine.|- The boy found a girl.
lt's wonderful.
Ease up on the morphine.|lt's not cold medicine.
- Can he even fly?|- lt's pure cotton.
- Red has always suitedyou.|- You'll get another shot.
That one isn't perfumed.|lt's sun factor 16. You can use that.
The money transport is here.
{y:i}- l don't think there's enough time...|- Ludvig, hello?
The money transport is in place.
lt's okay, right?
Talk to him.|l don't understand a thing.
lt's perfumed,|but it's been tested ...
- The money transport is in place.|- Vuk? Hello? What's that idiot doing?
{y:i}- Vuk, where are you?|- l'm hurrying.
How much money?
Are the charges ready?
- You press on this.|- Start the engine.
{y:i}- Vuk?|- Where is Vuk?
His flight is boarding.
Vuk?|Where the hell are you?
Are we ready?
What is he doing?|He's supposed to be under the wing.
He's in line at the stairs.|To the plane.
{y:i}Vuk, get out of thatplane!|{y:i}What are you doing?
{y:i}Vuk, get out of thatplane!|{y:i}What are you doing?
- Go over under that wing.|- l just want apicture.
We're alongway from our gate.
Wait a second!|What's he doing now?
- He's taking apicture of an engine.|{y:i}- Get under that wing!
Take the picture from there.
- You need to go left!|- You need to go straight.
A little more.
- He needs to back up.|- Back up!
Now he's in position.
Stay there!|{y:i}Now take thatpicture.
Get an ambulance out here!
Can l look?
Guardhouse.|Yes. The code?
Aren't we going?
l forgot to tellyou.|Sorry.
l didn't know what l had to ...
You are such an asshole.
Let me be, you psychopath! l almost|thoughtyou were ... Shut up.
What's going on inside your head?
We're not going to get married|either, right?
Yes ...
Just not right now.
You stay away from me.|All of you stay away from me.
And don't come to my funeral either.
l would like to offer you|a glass of champagne ...
They came really quickly.
- Didyou see their pastries?|- lt was a cinnamon roll.
l know what a Danish looks like.
l can see an emergency vehicle.
- What was that dark cream?|- lt was cinnamon.
lt was a Danish!
Confirm that it's cleared.|Roger. Over.
lt doesn't matter.|lt's too late.
- What's too late?|- The pastry final is tonight.
- There are loads of cops.|- Drive!
- They won't move!|- They will.
- They're very close.|- Hurry up, Monk.
Wake up!
- We're crashing!|- We haven't taken off yet.
- We're crashing!|- We haven't taken off yet.
You can't throw the pilot out!|We're crashing.
lt's fine.|The ambulance will be here soon.
lt just needs alittle adjusting.|lt almost flies itself.
- lt's awonderful plane.|- Come on, boys.
Come on.|Are you okay, Monk?
l'm fine.
l'm attachingyou to this now.
- l won't make it.|- Yes, you will.
Okay?|Hold on.
- Come on, boys.|- l feel like hell.
- lt's sinking. lt's taking on water.|- No, it isn't.
Hurry up with that crane.
l can't open it, Harald.|lt's locked.
Harald, it's not on!
lt's on!
They're gone.
- Are you okay?|- l'm finished.
- Are you okay?|- l'm finished.
The water is pretty shallow.|The money is only 70 meters down.
Damn, Peter.|Why did our container have to sink?
Monk needs some hot coffee.
l need the car keys.
- Are you crazy?|- We're not even with Harald.
- We just work in the restaurant ...|- Just get in the car.
You're totally sick in the head.
This is your last chance|to think it over.
- Get in the water.|- lt's my money, Harald.
You take care of your family,|l'll take care of mine. ln the water!
Next time it will be the lungs.|Then the heart, the brain.
l feel like abicycle.|Shootyour old man.
- Bring the money, Peter.|- Where's your wife?
She couldn't come.|She sends her regards.
You're married?
No, notyet.
lt's important.|Make sure you get married.
You make sure he keeps his word.
Harald, there are the sons you get|and the ones you chose.
Harald, damn it ...
l want the money, Harald!
{y:i}Congratulations.|{y:i}Why was itpastries?
{y:i}l've always liked pastries.|{y:i}My wife suggestedl compete.
{y:i}- lt's my own recipe.|- Damn, what abastard.
He isn't even a cook.
She's not answering it.
- What?|- Mille's not answering.
- He should give her some time.|- No, she's a spoiled bitch.
Ludvig!What are you going to do|about whatyou promised the Monk?
She's not sure.
Come on!We'll go out|and talk some sense into her.
- Come on.|- That's harsh.
You don't play aroundwith pastry!|That's all l'm saying.
Ludvig isn't easy to live with.
You're talking to the Monk's son.
She needs to behave properly.|Give me awrench.
l've got an old girlfriend|we also need to visit.
- She must have fallen over.|- Hi!
Who are you?
We're going to Ludvig's now.|Your boyfriend, Ludvig.
- l've got aboyfriend?|- Yes. You're getting married.
You don't have the 2,500 kroner|l lentyou right here, do you?
That was very beautiful.
l didn't know your father very well.
Vuk, be careful!
- That was abeautiful funeral.|- That was a crap funeral.
You don't need to take it that way.
Shouting and screaming|like alittle baby.
Take it.|lt's yours.
l can't.
l can't.
Come on.
l'll see you.
- ls somethingwrong, Ludvig?|- No.
Can'tyou say what it is?
l just feel alittle nervous|about everything.
l can understand that.|But l don't have any doubts at all.
What is he doing?
- Hi, Harald.|- Didyou see how he looked?
Can l come too?|Thanks.
- Are you crying?|- You can't ask that.
- Harald, were you crying?|- No. l wasn't crying!
lt's alovely day, Harald.|All sunny and everything.
- So you haven't cried?|- lt's okay to cry.
lt's good to let it all out.
What kind of music is that?
Sorry, l was just kidding.
There, get out. l don't want|to hear any more about it.
What did l say?
- This is too idiotic.|- Don't slam the doors.
Out! Shut the door!|Bye, boys.
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