A longitudinal documentary on cross-cultural marriages between Thai women and Danish fishermen, directed by Janus Metz (Armadillo, True Detective, Borg Vs McEnroe).

Please note that this film is in Danish, English and Thai, with Dutch subtitles.
Time & Tickets

The screening of Sunday December 16 at 12.00pm can be combined with breakfast. Click here for more info about Sunday's Film Breakfast and reservations

Former prostitute Sommai is a Danish Thai who has been living with her husband Niels in northern Denmark for the last 25 years. She uses her knowledge of Danish society to help other Thai women find a Danish husband and build a life there. It’s thanks to Sommai’s intensive contacts with her many cousins, sisters and girlfriends in both Thailand and Denmark that co-directors Janus Metz and his wife, anthropologist Sine Plambech, are able to spend a decade tracking the lives of these women. While some have lived in Denmark for many years and now have children, others are on the brink of deciding whether to go to Europe or stay in Thailand after all. Their decisions will have far-reaching consequences.

Janus Metz & Sine Plambech, Denemark, Netherlands, Sweden, 2018, 91 min. English, Danish & Thai spoken, without subtitles.