Arvingerne (2014) s02e07 Episode Script

Season 2, Episode 7

1 Walders in Hamburg has agreed to a Veronika Retrospective.
I showed them 'Corpus'.
They almost fell over backwards.
- We can't do that.
- Why not? We have to get 'Corpus' verified.
I don't have any papers.
- Isn't it amazing? - Yes, but it doesn't go with the work.
- Why? - Because I made it.
Frederik went crazy in Thailand.
He tried to strangle Gro.
You can just go on ahead.
I'll be right there.
- It's over.
- You can't stop me seeing the kids.
I can, because I have to.
- Don't talk to me! - You have to get down.
Duck, dammit! Oh, damn! - What is it? - I can't lift my arms.
What do you mean? I woke up And I couldn't move my legs.
We need to operate to relieve the pressure on the spinal cord.
- Will he be able to move? - We hope for the best.
She can't take care of her child.
She's been hospitalized several times.
- I have to try.
- No, Isa.
You can't take her with you.
- This is my child! - Yes, but you can't take care of her.
You're not well.
Isa! - Hi.
- Hi.
- Hey, you.
- Hello.
How is he? I don't know They're putting him on a new drip.
- Are you going home soon to get some sleep? - Yeah.
Gro? I've tried to explain to your father about his condition after the surgery.
But it's a little hard to communicate with him, so - Won't he need a little time? - Yes.
But he won't let us examine or treat him.
It's pretty risky in his condition.
- Yes.
Yes, I'll talk to him.
- Thank you.
- Hello, you.
- Hello, Emil, dammit.
- Hello, Thomas.
- Hey, you stupid shit.
- You look damn good.
- I look really good now.
- I've never looked better.
- I have some things for you.
I can't see.
Oh! Thank you.
And You idiot! Now nothing can go wrong.
Look who else is here.
- See.
- No! Hey, you little robber.
Hi there.
Hi there, cutey.
- Hello.
- What's up? Have you talked to the doctors? I told them that I'm ready to go home.
Could you take her? - They say you've been making trouble.
- No.
Those are just rumours.
- Is it that? Isn't it this? - You have no idea what they're talking about.
You're not well enough to come home yet, okay? You need to do what the doctors say, Dad.
- The doctors are wrong! - You don't know anything about this.
You have to do what they say.
We'll work it out.
There are plenty of good rehabilitation programs.
I can't take care of Melody.
- We'll take care of her.
- We'll all take care of her.
Can you go now? I think you should go now.
- Good morning.
- Good morning.
I slept badly.
Can I help you with that? Thanks.
Hannah and Villads will be coming over later.
I was wondering if I could see them in here? Yes, of course.
Just a few hours.
- Hello? Halli-hallo? - Hi.
- Hi, Kim.
- Hello.
- What the hell! Hello, Frederik.
- Hello.
- Is Gro here? - No.
I've tried to catch her, but it's nearly impossible.
- Thomas has been hospitalized.
- Yes, I heard.
- It's terrible.
- Yes.
- Yes Rene, is she here? - I don't think so.
I need some papers for 'Corpus' Your work.
No! Now look at this.
Look at this.
It will interest you.
See here.
- What do you think? - You've made a whole Whoa! You can read it through.
Let me know if you want to change something.
- Yes.
But not right now.
- Just before tomorrow afternoon.
- I'll do that.
- Do you think Gro will show up before then? - I have no idea.
- I need to get some papers.
I'm getting nowhere with this.
- Hello.
- Hello.
This is a proper tractor, eh Melody? Any injuries? - Yes, but it's just grass seed.
- Signe, can you take her? - I just need a jacket.
- Yeah.
- I've got her.
- Yes.
- Have you seen Frederik? - He's down in the basement with Kim.
Hannah and Villads are with him.
I didn't think he could see them.
I persuaded Solveig that he could see them as long as I'm with him.
No, that's good.
- Yes, you should be sleeping.
- Come on.
Come here, little miss.
Come here.
Sleep well.
What will you do with her now? Thomas can't take care of her.
Gro will take her, when Thomas is ok.
We'll help her.
Then we'll see, when Isa comes back.
Do you think it sounds like too much of a mess for her? I don't know.
There's mess in all families, isn't there? There are just different kinds of mess.
- I'll just get some oil.
- Yes.
- I'll look again tomorrow.
- Yes.
I'm sorry.
It may well be here somewhere.
- See you.
- Yes.
- Hi, Kim.
- Hello.
How is Thomas? I never should have let Isa drive the car.
What are you doing? Kim needs some papers for the work.
It's not registered anywhere.
It must be.
It's just been sold.
Have you checked this? - Yes, I've looked.
- It must be here somewhere.
I'll have a look.
You can get ready before they come.
I don't know about the hut, is it a good idea? Yes, it's a great idea.
It's really good.
Did you get some papers from Gro? - What? - Papers did you get any? No.
Kim asked about it.
I don't really know what it is.
It's a sketch showing what the work should look like.
I haven't seen any papers.
Gro destroyed the prototype.
- She might have thrown it out.
- No.
We didn't throw any papers away.
- He needs to ask Gro.
- We just wanted to help her.
- Could it be out in the barn? - It probably is.
I think I found the prototype here.
- Is this one of the works? - Yes, the sketches are down there.
- Isn't this supposed to be you? - Yeah.
It says 2007 here.
Can I see? - She might have made 'Signe' later.
- Yes, but the work is from 89.
- It doesn't make any sense.
- Maybe she reconstructed it in 2007.
- She might have.
- No.
No, okay.
It says 1999.
- And it belongs with this? - Yes, yes.
It's the head.
- Emil? - Gro will have an explanation.
The children are coming in a minute.
You should get ready.
Can he have a shower? Yes.
Yes, yes.
Did Veronika mix things up a lot? - Yes, she did.
- You can't mix up a head.
We don't know what she's done.
We'll ask Gro.
Thomas would remember if she made it.
Fuck! They're early! We shouldn't talk about it now.
We'll check it with Gro.
Frederik has to be with his children now.
- Hello.
- Hello.
- I'm sorry about Thomas.
- Thanks.
- I'll get his player.
- Yes.
How are you? We want to talk to you.
Why is the baby dated 2007, Gro? - I don't know.
Is there a date? - Yes.
It has the wrong year on here.
- Well! I'll have to check up on that.
- No.
Just give us the draft for it.
I don't know where it is.
Probably in Copenhagen.
- You've only just collected it.
- We've been through everything.
Why are there no papers? How could you know what it should look like? Because - Because what? - Because I just could.
You just could? Gro? You made it yourself? That's not right, is it? - Gro? Gro that's not right.
- No way! Mother made all the parts.
I just put it together.
She is dead, Gro! That is art fraud.
You told me that it was a work my mother made for me.
So, you made it down in my basement and then you sold it to me.
- Well? - I would have signed the ad.
So now you know You helped her, Frederik.
- You forced the sale through.
- Is it my fault? I thought art meant so fucking much to you.
It was expensive to get you out of jail.
- Don't mix those things together.
- I couldn't sell mother's work.
No one wants to buy this.
What the hell do you want me to do? What about all our plans? We agreed that we have to take care of Melody.
- That has nothing to do with it.
- It bloody has.
- You've deceived us! - If this gets out We're the only ones who know.
It can't be revealed.
- We just bloody revealed it.
- Yes.
The prototype is vulnerable.
The children are here.
Kim will find out when there are no papers.
He's looking for them.
You made me receive stolen goods! - I've signed for it.
- We'll talk about it later.
Okay? - Hello? - Hello! - Hello.
- Hi, honey.
- You're all here together.
- Hello.
- Hello.
- Hello.
It's good to see you.
Do you have any plans today? - Yes, well - What are you going to do? We thought about building a hut.
Right, Frederik? - Yeah - A hut.
That sounds good.
- That sounds like fun.
- Or what? Is it boring? Shall we do something else, darling? No.
That sounds really cool.
We'd like to build a hut.
Let's do it then.
- Yes.
- Will you join in, Signe? No.
I have to work.
- Should I take this? - Yes.
- Come on.
- You're not coming? We'll go down and see the tree.
It's ok, honey.
Isn't it awesome? It is the world's coolest hut.
- It's great.
- Really.
- Is that it? - Yes, I think so.
It's perfect.
Damn Good.
So we'll just take all the branches and leaves up.
- Are you getting the boards, Frederik? - Yes.
- I can help.
- Super.
- Do you want gloves? - Yes, thanks.
- Should I put this here? - Yes, that's right.
- It's heavy.
- Yes.
I'll help you.
- Ding, ding! There is mail.
- Is there mail? Okay.
Hello, hello.
- Hoisting, hoist.
- We have a problem.
I can't do it by myself.
Someone needs to take the boards.
- I have to keep an eye on Melody.
- I can't build it by myself.
- I'll help.
- Do you want to, Villads? Cool, man.
- Have you moved in here now? - I've been here a few days.
It must be nice, when all of you are here.
Yeah It would be nice to stay here.
- There is more shrubbery coming up.
- Ok! - It's going.
- Throw the rope down? Yes.
Here it comes.
We have a problem.
It is the world's highest hut.
It's official.
Grandfather built it.
- See you, Villads.
- Yes.
Tie more branches on.
Throw away all those little pieces.
- See you later.
- Have fun.
- Just throw it.
- Is that it? Do you need help? Super.
Do you need help? I just need this here.
We just need to loosen the string.
- A lot more branches.
- What do you need? I just need to talk to Signe.
Signe? - What's happening? - I asked Lone about buying the work.
- You can't do that.
- Well, I can, yes.
Lone said the offer is open until Kim says yes.
You're going to pay for it.
If you do that, he will be really suspicious.
You should know Gro.
I won't sell a fake work.
- Can't you wait a little while? - She's going to call him.
- What was that? - Now she's calling Kim.
- Has she spoken to him? - No, but she wants to buy the work.
If Solveig hears about the art fraud It's not going to happen.
Hannah, come here.
- It's not going to happen.
- I've only just been allowed to see them.
I'll fix it with Kim.
Relax and be with your children.
Dad? Yes.
Hannah, can you help here? - Did you make any more? - No, damn.
- Just at the end.
- Okay.
- What now? - Now Signe is calling Kim.
She wants to buy the work back.
- Yes.
Then there's this, right? - Yes.
You put the trays down here.
There and there, right? You can see When I turn, you can see, it comes out there.
Then the tray below, picks it all up - - and then it should weigh 22 kilograms, once you've done it.
If it doesn't weigh 22, you have to adjust it here.
- Okay.
- Have you got it? - Yes, I think so.
- Have you? - Trays and 14 and 22 - Yes.
- I'm going over to Jan's now.
Okay? - Yes, of course.
- Well, I was just Sorry.
- Don't apologize.
Signe! See you.
Hi! I'll be there in two minutes.
- What are you doing? - I had to fix some things.
Just go down.
I'll be right there.
- Gro, do you think Dad is okay? - Yes, yes.
He's just anxious.
- He seems just like a little - No, that's fine.
Well! I'll just do this.
Is it true that Thomas can't even move? We don't know much yet.
It may be that It may be that he can retrain things like that.
Come on.
- Hello! - Where have you been? - Down with Gro.
- Down in the basement? - What were you doing there? - Nothing.
What are you doing? - We're sitting here, enjoying ourselves.
- We're opening the hut! - Well, we need to get cleaned up a bit? - Yes.
- Gently, right? - Yes, yes.
- Cool, man.
- Hello! - Mum, watch me climb down.
- Yes.
- Careful.
It's Spider-Man.
- Yes.
Villads, we should go over and say goodbye to Melody.
- Hi.
- You've been busy.
It's been amazing.
We can do it again one day.
I'll have to arrange it with Emil.
Or you could actually help.
It's not Frederik, I've I've found a cheap apartment, I can sublease for six months.
So there's no hurry with the loan for the house and all that.
You can just take your time, ok? Yes.
We should go before we get completely soaked.
Say goodbye to Dad.
- It's been great.
- See you.
- It was fun, Hannah.
See you.
- See you.
Bye, Villads.
- See you.
- See you.
Hey, sport.
See you.
Thanks for today.
Yes, see you.
- What were you doing in the basement? - Nothing.
What was hanging here? Gro? Something was hanging here, right? Yes You tried to hide it.
We'd like to see the papers for that one.
- You've been working on it.
- Yes, I made it.
Okay, good.
That didn't have a damn thing to do with me and Thailand.
I wasn't doing anything else with it.
I made that for myself.
- It wouldn't have left the basement.
- Show me everything you've done.
See here.
The Beak.
There are three of them.
Sold to Russians and Chinese.
All the money was sent to Thailand.
What else? - Then there's Signe's work and the fish.
That's it.
- Hello? - Well, you're all down here.
- Lone, what did Kim say? He won't sell it again.
I offered him 2 million.
- What did he say? - He wondered why.
I do, too.
Thank you.
Thanks for trying.
I'm on my way out to see Thomas.
Say hi.
Four fake works scattered throughout the world.
- I have to report it.
- No, you can't, Signe.
No! - Frederik could lose his children.
- She'll just do more and more.
She's a liar and a cheat, and now she's a criminal.
- I won't go along with it any more.
- They were made in your house, Signe.
- You have everything to do with it.
- If we report it, they'll take that into account.
I can't do this any more.
Okay? I won't.
What the hell is it with you, man? Sorry.
- Hey.
- Hello.
What's up? It's fucked up, huh? Signe, I understand that you're worried.
- She is crazy.
- No.
You have to think about yourself.
Your business is based on that sale.
- I don't care.
- Ok fine, think of Thomas and Melody.
- You think I don't? - What? - Is Gro a responsible person? - With Melody, yes, I think so.
- What if she goes to prison? - We should just keep quiet.
- Someone will figure it out.
- We'll destroy the evidence.
- Anybody can figure it out.
- Not if we destroy the evidence.
Kim will manage Gro.
It will be OK.
If anyone finds out, we'll have to take care of Melody.
- We? - I'd like to take care of her.
And Frederik would like to.
I'm sure.
- Our family look after one another.
- Frederik can't even see his own children, can he? No.
So what's the alternative? Tell me what we should do.
Isa has gone, and Thomas, he Maybe she'd be better off with Henrik.
- You don't believe that.
- Yeah.
He can give her a stable childhood.
He is Isa's father.
- So you're ready to give her away? - That's not what I'm saying.
We have to think about Melody.
You stick it to our sister and destroy our brother's life - - and give our little sister away to a stranger! Don't! I don't want that.
Let go of me, dammit! Lone He bit me.
Let go! Get out, dammit! You need to eat something.
Father! It's fine.
- Tell them to get out! - They've gone.
- They want me to be in a nursing home.
- You don't need a nursing home.
You can hook me up to the morphine.
Promise? You don't need a nursing home.
I promise you.
They're not very smart.
It'll be fine.
There isn't a damn thing that will be fine.
Let's put this on.
What are you looking at? - Hello.
- Hey.
- Do you think Signe will report her? - I don't know.
Good morning.
I didn't report you to the police.
- But you have to get out of my basement.
- That's probably for the best.
- With the evidence and everything.
- Yeah, that's fine.
- I'll move into the warehouse.
- You won't.
- I'll take care of it.
- What do you mean? You shouldn't have any more to do with mother's art.
I'll take over responsibility for the sale and rights from now on.
- You don't know anything about it.
- What do you want us to do? - I don't know.
Can't we? - What did you expect? You've cheated us out of our inheritance.
We can't trust you.
And I can trust you? Well? - You banged your brother's wife.
- You need to keep quiet.
- Yes! You should have killed me.
- Shut your mouth.
Stop it, all of you.
You deceived us, Gro.
How can a work that was so important, have no value any more? - Because it's a lie.
- A lie? Our mother made all the parts.
Look! I just put it together.
It was a lie, Gro.
No? I don't want anything to do with you.
You're a part of it, Signe.
What the hell do you want! It's all about you.
Mother's tragedy.
She couldn't cope with the boys, because she was grieving over losing you.
All three of us have lived in your shadow.
- That's not my fault.
- Why are you talking about fault? What does that mean? I know I've risked my future with all this.
Don't you think I'm sorry about this situation? No.
Not really.
It was me that took care of you then.
It was me who called John and told him to come.
Was that wrong? Maybe.
Perhaps I should have taken better care of you, when you lost your father.
Or Mother, when she tried to drink herself to death.
I'll pack my things, so I can escape your hypocrisy.
It's just me.
- Hi, Sausage.
- Hi.
- Can I stay with you? - Oh Okay.
Come on.
Is someone giving you a hard time? Just bash them.
- What's this, crybaby? - Yes.
- Forgive me.
- Stop that, dammit.
- So that's the baby.
- Yes.
And something on top of the baby.
- And then the head.
- Yes.
And the rope through it.
- Yes! - Brilliant.
- Was it like this or like that? - I can't fucking see.
- I think it's like that.
- They're so small.
It doesn't seem possible.
The baby and the mat.
- Yes, it is that way.
- What about this? No, that's Melody's quilt.
It should be slightly taller than you.
It's a little skewed.
- How's that? - Yes, that's fine.
Yes Then somehow these cross over in two grooves.
There are two grooves here.
So you put that there, and I'll pass this over here.
- Maybe you tie them here? - It's only shown from this angle.
Can't we just leave out a photograph of the rear? - How's that.
- That's shit.
It is not tight enough here.
How's that.
Try letting go.
Yes, yes.
- Camera.
- It's not bad.
We don't have any 80's paper, we can draw on.
We could use the back of one of her old sketches.
Good idea.
This is from 88.
Can you see through it? - Yes, it is fine.
- Fucking Good.
Look at her pencils.
They're all chewed.
Will you, or should I do it? Definitely you.
I can't draw.
- Yes.
So I'll do it now, ok? - Yeah.
What are you doing? Yes, well Kim has to have the papers today, doesn't he? - Where is Melody? - With Signe.
- What is it? - She talked about Henrik yesterday.
- I hope she's not doing anything stupid.
- No.
Thomas is her father.
He determines where she should be.
No? You are the closest relatives.
Maybe it's better for Melody to be with Henrik.
You don't mean that.
She's our little sister.
- Yes, but look at me.
- Yes, what? - All this? - I can't have my own children.
Now wait a moment.
You'll be able to again.
We had the coolest day ever, yesterday.
Come on.
We just need to help each other.
Now let's do this.
Yes Has Gro taken over, or have you? No.
It is mostly Gro, but she I don't really know what to say.
You don't have to say anything.
I've seen how much mess, there is in that family.
I think Gro is a very damaged person.
It's not her fault.
It sounds like they had a crazy childhood.
I don't think it's that simple.
I think it is.
Even if you care about them.
Hi, honey.
Are you having a look around? Hello.
Are you coming to grandpa? Yes Yes, yes.
- What now? - We have to contact the local authority.
Then we can explain the whole situation, together.
Okay? She has to see her father and siblings.
We have to focus on what's best for Melody.
Right, dear? Shall we focus on you? Hello.
Come on.
Yes - This, and anything that goes with the beaks.
- Those, for example? - Should we send them to be burned? - No.
We have to burn them ourselves.
It will take several months.
It's plaster and fiberglass.
- Hi.
- Hi, Signe.
Can I help with anything? - Hi, Kim.
- Hi.
- Is Gro here? Hi, Signe.
- I'll just get her.
- Hello.
You want to buy the work back? - It meant more than I thought.
I'm not going to part with it.
But you need to remember - - that it will benefit a lot of people.
It's going to travel the world.
So we should be happy about that.
Have you looked at the text in the catalogue? - It looks really good.
- That's good.
- There you are, Gro.
- Hi.
- How are you? - I've been better.
- I'm sorry about Thomas.
- Yes.
Thank you.
- You asked about the papers? - I'm sorry, I'm so officious.
- We're going to print tonight - I found it for you.
I'll get it.
I haven't got much time.
I'm leaving straight away.
- Are you getting started in Hamburg? - No, no.
Not that fast.
Well then? - No! - Be careful.
- Damn! - No! This one shouldn't be there.
- This should be on top.
Like that.
- Does it matter about the order? Yes, yes.
That's fine.
Thank you.
Once we've been given the green light.
Then it will be up and running.
It might take a few years.
- So! - Super.
- It looks great.
- There's not much there.
The technical drawings and additional sketches.
- Yes, yes, yes.
Absolutely perfect.
- Good.
See you in Copenhagen? Yes, we will.
Should we talk a bit about the other works? Let's do it another day.
I am so tired.
I haven't slept for days.
You look a little tired.
But Good.
We'll do it another day.
- Say hi to Thomas.
- I will.
See you.
- Bye, Signe.
- Bye, Kim.
- What did he say? - He was happy.
I'll give her some food.