Cada día, a las cinco de la tarde, los bretones paran cualquier actividad para beber agua caliente en la que remojan unas yerbas y el fin de semana todo el día. Como corresponde a César, ingenioso estratega, ordena a sus tropas presentar batalla unicamente a partir de las cinco de la tarde los dias normales y el día entero durante el fin semana. Los Bretones se rendirán pronto. Parece que finalmente toda la Bretaña está ocupada, pero no todo es lo que parece. Un pequeño pueblo en la región de Cantium ha resistido al ataque de los romanos, pero¿durante cuanto tiempo podrán resistir? Afortunadamente, un primo de Asterix que vive en el pequeño pueblo no ocupado todavía, intentará conseguir de su primo un poco de poción mágica para las tropas
Lucia and Elena are best friends since childhood. They take a car trip from Paris to the country. Their conversations are overtly intimate, but more revealing is their tacit understanding of each others' personality and desires.
Confronted with the unfortunate news that their favorite Streetcar, no. 133, is going to be decommissioned, two Municipal Transit workers get drunk and decide to "take 'er for one last spin," as it were. Unfortunately, the "one last spin" ends up being an all-night and all-day scramble to stay out of trouble, as they are confronted with situation after sometimes bizarre situation that prevents them from returning the "borrowed" Streetcar!
Ditte (Lene Maria Christensen) owns a gallery, has a loving boyfriend (Pilou Asbæk) and her dream job in New York is within reach. But Ditte is also the youngest generation of the famous bakery dynasty, Rheinwald, and when her beloved, but dominating father (Jesper Christensen) comes down with a serious illness, Ditte is faced with the grueling decision: To pursue her own dreams, or to continue the legacy of her family. A Family is a moving and modern story about complicated family ties, the new wife, the new kids - and about following your dreams to find your own place in history.
32 year old Charlotte (Trine Dyrholm) could have it all, but she doesn't want it. After moving out of her boyfriend's apartment, she becomes the upstairs neighbor of Veronica (David Dencik), who is in the process of transitioning from male to female.
A film musical in which every line is sung. The frame is about workers during a strike. They also prepare and perform a demonstration. Two personal relations develop against this background. François abandons his pregnant girlfriend Violette. She feels treated even more unjust when he tries to defend and excuse his behaviour. He had met a very beautiful over-class girl, Edith, and both were immediately overwhelmed by genuine and reciprocal passion.