Remember, this is speed walking,

not running.

Stretch those legs.


Keep up the cadence.

Jan, get a move on.

Focus, Martin.

Stretch that leg.


Keep up the cadence.

You in the rear, keep up.

Almost there, boys.

Keep pace.

See you, Martin.

See you, Kim.

Want me to pudwhack you?

- Want me to pudwhack you?

- Don't!

- That's not pudwhacking.

- So what is?

- Hey, what's pudwhacking?

- This is.

- What's pudwhacking?

- Either you know, or you don't.

Come on. I don't know.

Who died?

Some old person, I bet. You usually

hear about it, if they're young.

See you.


Hi, Mona.




Your mom is dead.

Let's go inside to your dad.

Well, Hans, Martin is home.

Come here, Martin.

Martin, come.

Come here, Martin.

No, Hans, don't.

There now.

Here, Martin, darling.

There you go.

There now.

Martin, bring Jens a beer, okay?

And I'll cook us some... pork chops.

- Why are you wearing Mom's jacket?

- Get out!

- Do you want a beer?

- Get out!

Get out!

Get the hell out of here!

I thought it was the flu.

- You didn't hear the ambulance?

- I had speed walking practice.

When the ambulance got here,

it was too late, Martin.

Too late.

- Can you die from the flu?

- I suppose so.

But this was cancer.

The doctor said

he'd never seen it go so fast.

It can happen with serious

blood cancer. None of us knew.

Jens isn't doing well.

Why is he wearing Mom's sunglasses?

- Anybody here?

- Yes.

Not now, Martin.

It's Sten Koch.

Hello, Sten.

It's just a crying shame.

Yes. Where's he hiding?


I'm sorry for your loss.

I brought us a fortifying drink.

Cheers... Martin.

May I offer my condolences

on the death of your mother?

Sure, Sten.

And just before your confirmation.

It's still a couple of weeks off.

Martin will have to change

the seating arrangement.

And he and Maja put so much

work into it, didn't you, Martin?

But who's going to take

your mother's place?

Sometimes it doesn't pay offto be

ahead of things. Grab a glass, Martin.

When you're that ill,

sometimes it's for the best.

Maja was my best friend.

Then it's not for the best.

We have to get your dad

back on his feet.

- I'll help out as much as I can.

- And that goes for all of us.

I brought you a bit of fun.

For when you feel up to it again.

We used them more than enough.

- Thanks.

- It's the least I could do.

- It ate her up from the inside.

- Nasty.


Is it true that your mom's dead?

Bummer, huh?

I'm going to grab the small one.

We're heading home.


- No, I'm going to stay.

- See you, Martin.

I just wanted to say we talked about it

at home, and we feel so bad for you.

- Stop by for dinner anytime.

- Thanks, Kristine.

- Cut it out! Are you drunk?

- Shut up.

- Don't drive in that state.

- Did you buy dinner?

- No, Ralf. Maja died, you know?

- I know Maja died.

Hi, Martin.

Hi, Martin.

Don't mind Rolf.

He's not right in the head.

I'm sorry about your mother. She was

the most beautiful woman in town.

My mom was a beauty.

When she died -

- I knew I was in for a living hell

with Lizzie, and I was right.

What good is that to Martin?

Now you're on your own, kid.

You've only got yourself to rely on.

Good morning.

Good morning.

Oh, you took down the flag.

Good boy. The butcher called to say

it was still flying at half-mast.

I'm glad you've got some sense left,

now that your dad is a mess.

Know where he is?

The pastor's waiting.

I've been thinking about you

and Jens all night. Grab the other end.

I don't know what the hell God's up to.

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