that's forty, and two studs.

Estvad is big business...

perhaps too big now.

You put up a pretty big bond

when you bought it.

And you haven't made

a single payment.

Prices are falling and

it is hard to increase yields.

What are you going to do about it?

Buy a palace?

I was thinking of expanding.

Taking over the next farm.

They have ten good horses

and we could produce more.

I can get it cheaply.

With a bit of help from my bank.

- Thanks for the cigar.

- It's Christmas.

The presents don't buy themselves.

So if you'll draw up the papers...

The bank can't help you, Laursen.

The bank has been happy

to do so for the last ten years.

- You must think of the future.

- Oh, that?

Denmark's farmers have

not kept up with the times.

- You must use the latest methods.

- And we don't?

Horses are history, Laursen.

They must be replaced by machines,

and you must use chemicals.

- They increase yields.

- I'm not using poison in my fields.

You may have to. And you can get

financial aid... from the Americans.

The Americans?

Why would they help me?

To get the wheels turning.

Marshall Aid, they call it.

Isn't that just another term

for dependency?

Well, Laursen, what do we say?

He'll be looked after, Jrn.


Please drive carefully!

I think it's his first ride.

It'll be his last ride, too.

- Why?

- We're going to the abattoir.

Kjeld! Kjeld!

Let me go! Let me go!

Kjeld, they're going to kill you!

- Stop it!

- Help! Help!

- Are you mad, boy?

- You lied to me, you lied to me!

I never said where

that horse was going.

No! Don't do that!

Can't you see the boy is upset?

Jens was right.

Dad is powerless.

Do you think Dad has lost his dream?


I'm not going to when I grow up.

I saw this film once

where they mixed their blood.

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