- When will it get dark?

- I guess in about an hour.

- That prick had better turn up soon.

- Are you nervous?

No, I'm not nervous.

What are you thinking about?

- Nothing.

- Absolutely nothing?

I think I might be pregnant.

Shit. I told you so!

I told you so seven weeks ago.

"You're getting knocked up.

I just hit the bullseye. "

- But do you want to?

- Why not?

- But do you like kids?

- Of course.

- I love kids.

- They can be pretty stupid.

Yeah, complete morons actually.

Me and you - and a kid.

Why not?

You won't bail on me?

- Leave me sitting there.

- Fat and ugly.



You've pinched it?

Yeah, but I'll get a new engraving.

"Ken Andr"?

F*ck that. But...

What do you want?

- But it's really terrifying.

- Yeah, it sure is.

- What if it's loaded?

- We have to take this.

- Why?

- We can sell it.

Sell it? You're so daft.

- Was it there?

- Yeah.

But it wasn't a bag.

It was a freaking backpack.

What the f*ck is this?



- "A tiny bag of hash"?

- It's not even f*cking hash.

Jesus. Goddamn Adne. What the hell

does he think he's doing?

Hey, what did he say anyway?

- He'd stashed away a small bag of hash.

- Couldn't he get it himself?

- I dunno.

- This whole thing stinks like hell.

- We're not gonna take it.

- It's worth a shitload.

We need the money.

We'll be f*cking parents.

Hey, what should we call

the kid anyway?

- You've got a name ready?

- Yeah.

- You do?

- But... don't laugh.

- You promise?

- Yeah.

Okay. The first choice...

F*ck off. The first choice -

- is Merete.


- That won't work.

- My mom's name was Merete.

There are too many

others with that name.

So Merete is "no go", like?

Tove? Gunn-Tove?

Gunn-Tove? Are you shitting me?

That's not even a name.

Listen to it!

Gunn-Tove? You just can't call

a kid Gunn-Tove.

Where did you pick that one up?

- It was actually my own idea.

- Was it?

You got any suggestions?

What the hell was that?

Don't... Don't leave!

- Let me check it out. Two seconds.

- No, don't leave!

- Let me check it out.

- Don't go. Hide this shit.

- Two seconds.

- No!

Two seconds.



You have to sign out your belongings:

Marriage ring, Visa,

keys and mobile.

It still fits. Not bad.

- 417 kroner.

- I sign here as well?

- Going back home to Merete in time?

- I'm meeting her next weekend.

What do you think?

- Got butterflies?

- Yeah.

- Escorting me to the gate?

- No, I'll open it from here.

- I have to stay here.

- Will I find the gate?

Across the yard and bang out.

You're always welcome back, you know.

You can do it.

When's she coming home?

I couldn't help myself.

I just had to see her.

You can't just barge in here

like this, you know.

- What do you mean?

- It could be terrifying for her.


What are you trying to say?

It's not as if she doesn't

know who I am.

I've been here every time I've had

leave, got to see her all the way.

- Yes, but within an orderly framework.

- What's so different now?

We agreed you could see her on Friday.

I suggest we start there.

What did you say last Friday?

"I want to go to the thrift shop

and buy me a book. " That was positive.

- I only said that to make you shut up.

- Try not to be so damn negative.

We're here to try to be positive.

Leave all that old crap behind.

- Your turn.

- My neighbors are always so skeptical.

They say, "Look at her!"

Now I've cut my hair, -

- cleaned up my act, and it's...

"What's with her?"

It's always like that. It sucks.

I wanna join a choir.

Saw a note at the supermarket.

They're starting

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