Into the Darkness
During Germany's occupation of Denmark, the successful factory owner Karl Skov and his family find themselves in a difficult situation. Before the war, they lived comfortable lives in Copenhagen but after the occupation, Karl must fight to keep up production. Reluctantly, he starts producing for the German market, which drives a wedge between the family members. One son joins the German-friendly Frikorps while the other joins the resistance movement. Two other sons just want to have fun at the jazz clubs and the only daughter falls in love with a German officer. Into the Darkness was a great success in Danish cinemas.