Denmark in the 70's. The teenager Christoffer's parents Nisse and Maria have decided to move into a commune because they want to try the alternative lifestyle. But Christoffer doesn't like it and has trouble adapting. In school the others tease him because he lives in a commune. As a plan from the elders in the commune he starts in a Maoist group to learn about the real ways of the society. He doesn't like it but when his new girlfriend starts to see what he does as cool he goes into it. But at the same time the police start to suspect him to be the terrorist who blows up telephone booths around Copenhagen.
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Did You Know?
The side plot, involving the Telephone booth bombings, are a real life event, that took place in the late 70's in the suburbs of Copenhagen. The bomber also exploded a bomb in bus, injuring an old lady. This is seen in the opening credits in a photo were a bomb disposal unit is entering the bus. See more
Brødre, lad våbene lyne
Written by Oscar Hansen See more