And I don't say this, just because I was an extra on it, 'cause during filming it seemed rather messy, didn't know where the story went, etc. But I was really positive about the outcome. It's not a "big" film, and to the other poster: It was made on a VERY small budget, even for a Danish film, so of course it could never be on par with the big blockbusters who have gazillions of $ in their backs. I think it shows some rather poignant things about love, life and death, But see for yourself, don't just take my word for it. I don't think the writer/director tried to make an "artsy" film, I think he just tried to tell an every day-story.