- Hello?

- Hello beautiful. It's me.

Hello darling!

Are you in Mumbai?

No, we get to Mumbai in a few days.

- I miss you.

- And I miss you too.

- How are things?

- Things are good, but listen,

you can't get mad okay?

What is it?

I'm coming home the 17th

instead of the 15th.

- You're not serious?

- Yes.

I've got to stay in Mumbai and show

the new cook around the kitchen.

This is absolutely not alright.

We had a deal.

Yes, but your man loves you

above everything else

because you're the most beautiful

and fantastic and understanding wife.

That's why he loves you so much.

Yeah, honey...!

I think it's terrible though.

Is the little princess there?

You don't want to talk to me anymore?

Can I just talk to her,

because the captain just came,

- Okay. Take care honey.

- Yes, bye.



It's your dad talking.

- She's coming now.

- Thanks.

- Hello.

- Hello, little princess, can you hear me?

- Hello dad.

- It's dad.

- Darling you must talk...

- Hello dad, when are you coming home?


- What are you doing here?

- Reading the watermeters.


- We're going to stock up water in Mumbai.

- Easy, you don't have to shout.

You like to have water

with your coffee right?

Yes, that would be nice.

- Getting some use out of you.

- Do you have a break now?


- Mikkel!

- Yes?

- Can you do me a favor?

- Sure.

Take this for me. It's a letter for my

sister and a present for my nephew.

- That would be great.

- I thought she lived in Greve.

- That is in Greve, you goof.

- Solrod Beach?

You've been at sea too long.

- And the package, it's important.

- I'll take good care of it.

- Are you about ready?

- Yeah, damnit.

- I can't wait.

- I can relate.

Nice to get home to the girl.

To the Wife.

Yes, it's Peter.

Yeah and what do they say?

If they are going to use our ships,

they have to accept our offer.

Yes but you've got to take care of this now.

We have other things to do.

That's fine.

2011 and 2012 it's expected that there

will be an export of 12 million megatons.

Then there is sad trouble

on the Japanese market.

The tsumani has completely

devastated their industry.

We must make sure to be there

when the market bounces back.

And talking about Japan,

I've got to hear, Peter...

We've got a high

priority on Japan right?

Very much so.

We're negotiating with the Japanese.

Will the contract be signed tonight?

We'll land a deal tonight.

We'll reach our goal of 10 percent.

- Hello, Jytte.

- Hi. Good meeting?

- Very good?

- Lars Vestergaard is waiting for you.

- Vestergaard?

- He said it was important.

Are you not supposed to

be with the Japanese?

Yeah, I've just taken a little break

and thought I'd update you,

on how far have we gotten.

Here you go.

I know the proposal.

What's the problem?

I just want to make sure that we

agree before I bang the table.

We've agreed from the start. We've been

at 21 and we want to be under 15.

How far have we gotten?

We're down to 19 now.

You're down to 19?

Okay. 2 million.

- And we're going below 15.

- That's right.

- We can probably get them down...

- Wait.

Jytte, cancel my meetings for

the rest of the day. Thanks.


- Hi Peter.

- Hi Niels.

- So what did we end up at?

- 14.5.

That's very well done.

- Hello Lars. Congratulations.

Can you take a break somewhere else?

I have an interview

with Borsen and I need

to put on a clean shirt.

- Thanks a lot.

- See you later.

Lars, can you wait a little.

- Sure.

- See you up there.

Lars, when you need my help,

which you apparently did here,

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