All Inclusive

Synopsis: After finding out that her husband cheated on her, Lise and her two daughters Ditte and Sigrid decides to go on vacation to Malta. The two sisters are very different and tries to cheer the mother up in very different ways. All inclusive is a movie about love and figuring out how to be a family.
Genre: Comedy, Drama
Director(s): Hella Joof
  1 win & 5 nominations.
90 min

I've written the days of the week

on the freezer bags.

Just take them out

a couple of hours before use.

On Sunday, comb all three for lice.

Including Victor. It has to be done.

We're getting rid of those bastards.

Are you listening, Lasse?

I'm really, really in a hurry.

The taxi's here now.

Kids! Give me a kiss.

Get out now, Thomas. I have to be

in the airport five minutes ago.

Ditte, my name's David.

Hi, Mum.

- Hi, Ditte.

Why are you always late?

- Shut up, Sigrid.

We have to walk faster.

- Where's Dad?

Hello! Answer me.

Dad's not going after all.

It's just the three of us.

The three of us?

We can't leave without Dad.

What's going on?

Well, it's Dad...

Dad is dead.

- No!

No, no.

- Dad is dead?

Dad's not dead.

- He is dead.

To me he is.

- Dad?

No, Dad's not dead.

- No, honey. It was a joke.

I'm sorry, Skipper.

Mum and Dad are getting a divorce.

- A divorce?

Come with me, Ditte.

- What's going on?

Dad's new girlfriend is Jonna.

Remember her? From Accounts?

Mum found them in the store room.

She had Dad's thingy in her mouth.


- Yes.

Mum, come on.

We're already late. Come on.

- I'm not going.

We're going to Malta

to celebrate your birthday.

I don't even know where Malta is.

It's close to Africa.

Come on. Shall I take this for you?

Do you have your boarding pass?

Come on, honey.

Welcome. Glad to have you on board.

You're in seats A and B.

We're in row 15, Mum. Come on.

Sigrid, are we not together?

- Where is Ditte's seat?

Why aren't we sitting together?

What are you looking at?

- Are you travelling on your own?

No, my mother and sister

are over there.

Where's your dad?

- He should've been here.

But he chose to stay home

and bang an accountant named Jonna.

My maths teacher's called Jonna.

I don't think it's her.

May I have some?

Not really. No, Dad!


- Thanks.

And please stop talking to my son.

- Okay, fine.

What is it now?

My dad thinks

you seem mentally unstable.

And what makes him an expert in

other people's mental health?

He's a psychologist.

It's really nice.

Where did you get it?

It was a present from my mum.

Can I try it?

- Yes, for a little while.


- It's really cool, huh?

I have to pee.

- Not now. The plane's landing.

But then I'll pee in my pants.

- You'll have to wait. We're landing.

I can't. I'm peeing now.

Here it comes.


- Are you giving my son alcohol?

No, I'm giving him

something to pee in.

Will you please hold this?

- What? Yes.

Can I get a sip? I need a drink.

- No, no.

It's tepid.

I'll get you a drink at the hotel.

Why do you complicate everything?

- No, no, no, it's pee! Sorry.

Come to me and get your 'all

inclusive' bracelets. Here you go.

You ought to mention the humidity.

It's important to drink a lot.

I was planning on saying that.

Last year you said it in the bus.

I missed it this year.

You're doing a great job.

Dad, remember our suitcase. Dad?

All inclusive bracelets for you.

Lousy, crappy suitcases! I told you

not to buy this discount shit.

It wasn't me who bought it.

Did I count you?

- Twice.

It just says you're four travelling

together. I can't find Bent.

Bent Reinholt. Is he with you?

- No. Come on.

I don't understand. It says Lise,

Bent, Ditte and Sigrid Reinholt.

Bent is dead.

You're incredibly unprofessional.

518. Here it is.

- It's the last one.

Aren't you too hot in this?

- No.

How annoying.

- Do it slower.

Didn't you get another card as well?

- No, it is this one.

With a picture of a lady.

Are you sure?

- Slower, Sigrid.

I also got another card.

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