After several years in prison, Anders is finally released. His sister Mia is looking forward for them to reconnect and rediscover their close bond. However, the past is not easy to escape and the two sibling's brutal childhood still haunts them both. Anders quickly falls back into his old destructive habits, while Mia soon discovers a much more sinister side of herself and the people around her
A brother and a sister are trapped in a chaotic and emotional moment in their life. Through a series of violent acts, they do whatever they can to forget what really hurts inside.
Arlo, Mikkel, Andreas and the boy's girl Steff have been hanging out since 1st grade. Despite their close bond, the controversies come to the fore on their annual cottage trip, where they have gone for a weekend of fun and partying. Steff doesn't want to just get along with everything, so the atmosphere takes an unpleasant turn when boundaries are crossed.
As the head of an ailing shopping center wants to cut back on security staff, the two security guards Glen and MC have to resort to unconventional methods of keeping their jobs.
A LUCKY MAN is a tribute to the popular Danish musician Flemming "Bamse" Duun Jørgensen, who has provided us with classics like “Vimmer Street”, “Why Does Louise Go Dancing” and “In A Boat That’s Itty-Bitty”. Behind the warm smile and the overalls is a powerful and moving story about a man’s lifelong pursuit of recognition and love. Flemming “Teddy” Jørgensen is the only child of 12 siblings to be given up for adoption. Flemming’s adoptive father wishes for Flemming to take over the family’s factory, but to the father’s dismay, Flemming chooses music and becomes the frontman of Teddy’s Friends. A fractured background that leaves deep marks in Flemming’s life. A LUCKY MAN is a warm and compassionate film that tells Teddy’s life story with his biggest hits as the soundscape.
1962 is the year when an entire generation lives life as though it was their last day. Young activist Eik Skaløe has his entire life turned upside down when he falls head over heels in love with the beautiful peace activist Iben Nagel Rasmussen, and she falls in love with him. But Iben is a child of the times, and freely accepts the order of the day: free love and sex. She renounces personal right of ownership and will not settle for one man when she can have several. In typically romantic fashion, he begins a struggle to win all of her love. As a poet, writer and singer he constantly confesses his love to her. But Eik must accept defeat, and in 1968 he travels without his beloved Itsi Bitsi to Nepal, the Land of Dreams in the East. A journey from which he will never return.
Just as David and Freja arrive at their newly bought country house close to the Cliffs of Møn the harmony is disturbed by an inexplicably suicide. When David realizes that their new craftsman Roar is linked to the person who fell of the cliff he starts being suspicious. David is also certain that Roar is hitting on Freja. She denies this and all Davids theories. David joins forces with the widow Veronica to solve the case and prove to Freja that he is right. But the closer he gets the truth the further away he gets from Freja. David has to risk everything to unveil circumstances that go far beyond his imagination...
On his quest for happiness, Per decides to leave Jutland and an upbringing in a strict religious home. He runs from his family and his patriarch father, and sets sail towards Copenhagen to become an engineer. Parallel to his studies, he works on a visionary energy project based on wind and wave energy, a project so much ahead of its time, that professors consider him insane and far too self-confident. However, Per’s project becomes a success and he marries the beautiful Jakobe who is a part of a wealthy Jewish family. One would imagine that Per’s happiness now is made. But Per’s childhood keeps haunting him and his dogmatic family cannot accept his new life. Despite his luck and success, Per is unable to fully cut the strings to his strict religious background, and he now fears that he will repeat his father’s patriarchist behavior.
Ditte and Louise are two middle-aged actresses who realize that the only thing the industry has left to offer them are roles like mothers or as elderly prostitutes. That is why Ditte makes a radical decision: She dresses up like a man.
The true story of the Fiils: a family of innkeepers who, during Nazi-Germany's occupation of Denmark, took up arms against the German occupiers. But in the fight for freedom, some must die so that others may live.
Life consists mostly of everyday life and it is easy to forget to care for love. The series is a warm dramedy about two couples, their four perspectives, their trust and lack of trust in their relationships, and how even minuscule details end up having major consequences in their lives.
Værtens Bedste Brætspil
Silas, Johannes og Louise
Dansk Melodi Grand Prix is an annual music competition organised by Danish public broadcaster Danmarks Radio, which determines the country's representative for the Eurovision Song Contest.
The festival has produced three Eurovision winners and thirteen top-five placings.