A newlywed couple decides to spend their honeymoon in a secluded lakeside cabin. One night Bea sleepwalks her way into the woods. The next day Paul starts to notice that things seem a little off with his fresh bride’s behavior.
The Incredible 2-Headed Transplant
One Wants to Love, One Wants to Kill! Two heads grafted to the body of a giant!
Many characters portray the many absurdities and ridiculous struggles of every day normal life. At the center of all this, we follow a pair of door-to-door sales men who sell funny prank and party items. Of course, they are far from the jolliest bunch of lads themselves to begin with.
When Ingrid (Ellen Dorrit Petersen) loses her sight, she will have to learn how to rely on her memory of the surroundings while sharing the appartment with her boyfriend Morten (Henrik Rafaelsen). But when you live in complete darkness, there’s more room in your mind for imagination to run wild.
Against all odds or perhaps as to be expected, a criminal and a prostitute have sex, fall in love and run off together. A bit less against all odds and certainly more likely to be expected, the local king pin doesn’t appreciate this since we can be fairly certain here that he considers the prostitute his property. Or perhaps his wife. Doesn’t really matter. From then on, people start running…
Twice the tension! Twice the terror! Half the plot!
A psychotic electrician is on the loose at the Grandview Hotel, picking off young blonde guests faster than you can say “split-screen.” It’s up to the hotel’s detective (because that’s a thing, apparently) to solve the murders before his ex-wife is the next target.