A hairdresser who has lost her hair to cancer finds out her husband is having an affair, travels to Italy for her daughter's wedding and meets a widower who still blames the world for the loss of his wife.
This romantic comedy follows two couples in Copenhagen trying to settle down. Sus, who works in a beauty clinic, tries to live happily with her Italian husband. Soon after she tells him that she's pregnant she discovers that he's having an affair with one of her clients at the beauty clinic. She kicks him out of the apartment just as their new kitchen arrives. Niller, the kitchen installer, is a down-to-earth kind of guy who lives a childless, but otherwise happy life with Lizzie. They're busy preparing for a child adoption, only one event will have a huge impact on both their lives just as the newly adopted girl shows up from Burkina Fasu. At the same time Niller falls head-over-heels in love with Sus. Written by
To the comment bellow. I'm Danish myself, and we are not at all racists. The film is very ironic, something we Danes are allot. I completely understand that you were repulsed by the use of the word(s), but his role was very ironic. If you are interested in understanding the Danish humor, I can definitely recommend Adams Apples (Danish title: Adams Æbler). I just thought that I would make it clear that Danes are NOT racists. I think it's a great movie, showing great values of life, so I'm sorry if You can't see anything else that the racist punchlines. I find that both Sidste-Babett Knudsen and Niels Olsen does a phenomenally great job in this movie.
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