You can run into anything in the Danish woods, but a naked woman covered in blood is not something you see every day. Her name is Robin and she not only claims to have witnessed a gruesome murder but also to having killed her assailant in self-defense. The problem is that the police doesn’t find any trace to prove what happened to her. It remains a complete mystery. Robin feels abandoned by the police, who clearly think she’s the victim of an overactive imagination. Ever her husband and her sister have all the trouble in the world to believe her. She reaches a chilling conclusion. If she didn’t kill the murderer, he must still be out there, wanting to end what he started.
Janus has just left a psychiatric hospital after a suicide attempt. His only reason to live has been letters from his high school friend Amina. When the letters suddenly stop, Janus is sure that something terrible has happened to her. To make sure she is alright, he sets out to find her.
Some students gets locked up in their school and is stalked by a killer. But as time goes by, it turns out that there is more to this than it seems.
A dying elderly scientist proposes love-sick Jonas a cure that will improve the youngster’s physical skills and general sex-appeal. What the scientist really aims to accomplish is a body switch: he wants to survive in a young man’s body and gladly leaves Jonas to wake up in his own wasted frame. Jonas must somehow signal his predicament to his friends. Both men rev up for a survival-of-the-fittest chase.
Policeman Lasse rehabilitates young prisoners by taking them on survival course in the Swedish wasteland. And before he has to retire due to illness, he arranges one last trip.
Mona is a young woman, engaged to a man who never shows up. She relies strongly on her supportive friend, Anne. Mona suspects that Anne’s psychologist, Dr. Lark, is acting funny towards her friend, and decides to investigate. Mona and Anne will find themselves embroiled in a strange world of psychiatry and fanaticism, in which both young women’s lives will be endangered.
This story is divided in three chapters. 1) “The Visitor”: The drifter writer Tran Thanh Loc arrives in an old house and is lodged by the gorgeous Hoa. Along the days, he falls in love for her and discloses the truth about the hostess. 2) “Only Child”: Loc is sick, totally disconnected of the world, but his nurse Linh heals him. He writes the best-seller The Visitor about his relationship with Hoa and becomes a successful writer. He proposes and marries Linh, but when he decides to have a baby, Linh is haunted by her hidden obscure past. 3) “The Diviner”: Linh’s parents send the fraudulent diviner Lan to use her pretentious knowledge of Feng Shui to help Loc, and she sees ghost in the house. Her son and aspirant writer Bao does not believe on his mother until he finds a surprising secret about Loc.
The last wish of the dying “Monk” is for his foster child, Harald, to find his real son, Ludvig. But the latter is currently in a Swedish prison cell…
Tony (Mads Mikkelsen) is released from prison – again. This time he has his mind set on changing his broken down life, but that is easier said than done