Miraklet i Valby

Synopsis: 14 year old Sven is a technical genius, who has rebuilt an old caravan into a radio communication center. Via radio he is in contact with his father, who works at a big ship at the other side of the globe. One day the radio communication is suddenly interrupted by something which sounds like a Latin mass. In school Sven attends a lesson about radio-astronomy. The teacher explains that astronomers can receive radio waves that are thousand years old. Sven understands that the Latin mass he heard was transmitted to him from another age. He gets curious and starts making experiments by connecting his radio kit to bigger aerials. When he sits in the caravan together with his friends Bo and Petra, they not only hear the Latin mass on his radio, but the whole caravan is turned into a time-machine that brings them to the Middle Ages. They get in trouble with some warriors, who capture Petra, while Sven and Bo escape with the help of their time-machine. The two boys have to go back to the Middl
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The Miracle in Valby

Sven, come on!

- Hi! Finally he comes.

- Sven, you're just too slow.

Are you too chicken to drive faster?

- Hey, kids. Is everyone fresh?

- Of course.

Put your bags over there,

and sit down.

Please be quiet?

Bo, stop doing that.

It's important that all of us know what

to do at the ceremony on Sunday the 10th.

Let's rehearse it one more time.

When the organ starts to play,

and people start to sing No. 99...

...then I start to go over here

and then you rise.

- Then you two come forward.

- Me?


There is something that is not...

- Bo, have you swapped places?

- No, I haven't.

- Not with Jesper?

- Why should I have?

It's probably my fault.

We'll do it all again.

Okay, please go to your initial positions.

- SVN, not understood. Over.

- I can't hear you.

- Where are you, father? Over.

- Oman Gulf, east of Muscat.

When are you coming home? Over.

We're going to Japan.

I won't be home until Christmas.

Rotterdam is dropped.

Please explain it to Hanna.

OZ5SVN, there's too much noise on the line.


- Dad, are you there? Over.

- Rotterdam is dropped. Did you hear it?

OZ5SVN, wait.


The shipping company has new plans.

You must explain it to Hanna.

- Sven, are you there?

- OZ9DAD, I'm here. Over.

Have you get the gift?


I bought them in Kuwait.

They're American.

You can see in the dark.

I bought them in Kuwait.

- Sven, did you get my gift?

- I'm glad for it. Thank you. Over.

Hello. OZ9DAD. Over.

QRZ, QRZ, who's calling?


QRZ, QRZ, who's calling?

This are sounds from the signals coming

from solar systems beyond our own.

The signals are radio waves,

which all celestial bodies emit.

What we hear is one of the strongest

radio sources in the universe.

Radio astronomy is the modern science's

most useful tool -

- when it comes to the

exploration of space.

One can consider the universe

as a gigantic information store.

All energy, all radio radiation, all lights,

come from the creation of the universe.

Thousands of years of old radiation,

left over from celestial bodies, -

- maybe when Jesus walked on the Earth.

Our past will be "translated"

into a new language, to radio waves.

Read the rest of the astronomy chapter

for the next lesson. Pages 211-230.

Come on!

- Come, we're going to visit mom.

- Please no, I'm having too much fun here.

- Where's your bag?

- I don't know.

- Bye bye.

- Bye.

- I'd like to visit Lise Andersen.

- She's in room 4.


How nice to see you.

- May I see the wound now, Mom?

- Yes, but gently.

- How's it going, Sven? - Okay.

Do you need more money?

- Gently, Hanna!

- No, it's okay.

They told me I'll probably

be coming home on Friday.

- It's nice of you. Can you manage it?

- I said it's okay.

- May I have another one, please?

- When does father's boat arrive in Africa?

In a few days.

They're on the way to Japan.

- Can you call him on your radio?

- No, it's broken.

- I want to talk to dad.

- But you can't.

Are all people in Africa negroes?

I thought that maybe he was the only white.

- Of course he's not.

- Here's your French fries.

- Can you really eat more?

- Yes.



The vampire robot.

See how he gets blown

into tiny pieces.


The Mother Ship.


The vampire robot.

- Damn, I lost him.

- Dad, are you there?

- Stop it, I told you not to touch it.

- I just wanted to talk to Dad.

It wasn't him.

There is something very wrong.

Zokman enters the magnetic cloud.

He pulls the power to him.

- You know he always has it with him.

- Eat.

Rock block, zip-zip! "He has

green blood," says Laser Man.

Laser Man...

Is it okay if I go out?

You promised that we would read

comics and watch horror movies.

There's something I must do.

I'll be back in an hour.

- What do I get for it?

- $2.

- Why can't I ever go with you?

- $3.

- $3.50

- One hour, okay? Hey.

$3.5 dollars!

(In Swedish) What if I don't want to?

I'm a human being too, dammit!

- Don't use profanity.

- Stupid b*tch!

- What are you doing?

- It was your mother, right?

What do you think about being in Denmark?

I came here two months ago!

It's probably okay, but we're going to

move again. To California.

- Well. When do you leave?

- Soon. What is that?

Oh, it's just an aerial cable.

I've borrowed Mller's antenna.

- This is great.

- Yeah, it's okay.

This is a shortwave radio.

I talk with my father every day.

With your father?

Yes, my father is out sailing.

He's a telegraph operator.

This was my first radio.

It was a present from him.

This one I built myself.

My father and mother are divorced,

so I don't see him very often.

Hi, what are you doing here?

It's a great place, right?

Yeah, really cool. Sven was

showing me his equipment.

He's sure to win the Nobel Prize,

and then we can really brag about him.

Where's the one you built?

Where is it?

- Do want to hear?

- I'd like to hear it.

There you see.

I've been getting something strange

on the radio. I don't know what it is.

- It's local news. F***ing Cool.

- Wait a minute.

We need to change the frequency.

Here's where it starts to get exciting.

- That sounds damn weird.

- I keep losing him every time.

He's speaking Latin.

- Wait, I'll switch to Mllers antenna.

- Latin? It sounds stupid.

He sounded like a priest.


- Ready?

- Ta-da!

What's happening?

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Submitted on August 05, 2018

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