Flammen & Citronen (Flame & Citron | Tage des Zorns)


The wine merchant exchange information.

Sells them to us and the Germans.

Banana, a former boxer joins

in all the actions he can get.

Carl, a nervous guy,

but hard when it matters.

Heinrich and Teddy,

students, the youngest.

Smalle, he talks and talks,

never shuts up, especially about food.

Cap, a former nun in Belgium.

Has her own group in Kastrup.

Banana protects her.

And Jrgen, my friend.

We have talked about that.

You stay away from him.

Karl Heinz Hoffmann.

The Gestapo chief.

It is he who chases us.

Hoffman wants to talk to you.

Make no mistake.

Denmark has never had

a greater mass murderer than him.

But you know about already.

May I offer you a glass?


Svend Christensen, detective.

- What's your name?

- Ketty... Ketty Selmer.

- Cheers, Svend Christensen.

- Cheers.

It's excellent.

Are you married?


- I haven't seen you here before.

- I travel a lot.

- Exciting. What do you do?

- I am a fashion designer.

Photographer. I just made

a series for Women of Today.

- Who are you?

- Thank you for the wine.

I asked you about something.

You ask too much.

Goodbye, Bent.

"Goodbye, Bent."

It may be one of the boys,

who have talked too much.

They would never give her my name.

There she is.

Bent, it is a German hotel.

It is packed with them in there.

- I'll just go in there.

- Here?

If you're not back in half an hour,

I'll go in there.

Criminal Investigation.

Ketty Selmer?

What do you want?

May I come in?

Who do you know?

I design fashion

and do fashion photography.

- I see.

- Why did you call me Bent?

I thought that was your name.

What do you really do?

- I cannot say.

- You must.

I am a courier. Stockholm - Copenhagen.

I deliver messages.

- I know the wine merchant.

- He just passes on information.

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