Synopsis by Eleanor Mannikka
Director Jesper Hom has tried to recapture the look and the ambiance of Copenhagen at the end of World War II. Danish jazz pianist Leo Mathisen (played by Eddie Skoller), popular in the '30s and '40s, is the attraction that brings young Herbert (Nikolaj Egelund) and his friend Allan (Martin Elley) to the Munchin Inn for evenings of fun and entertainment. Unfortunately, Herbert and Allan also get mixed up with some shady characters and land on the wrong side of the law. A G.I. friend who devotes his life to booze and women proves not to be much help to the two lads, but they might be resourceful enough to come out ahead on their own.