Writer-director Anders Thomas Jensen's melancholy black comedy mines the deep vein of flat-out weirdness that runs through an apparently sleepy, picturesque Danish community. It's hard to say why Svend (Mads Mikkelsen) and Bjarne (Nikolaj Lie Kaas) are friends, except that they're united by mutual oddness. Self-righteous, perpetually ill-at-ease Svend is coated with a constant sheen of nervous sweat, while Bjarne, whose parents and wife died in a car crash seven years earlier, drifts indifferently through life on a marijuana cloud. Svend has a girlfriend, Tina (Bodil Jorgensen), though she's just about at the end of her tether. The reclusive Bjarne has a hobby: killi...