Norwegian comedy, starring award-winning stand-up Atle Antonsen as a reclusive marriage counsellor who tries to coax all the couples he treats into divorce. With a firm belief that people should live in solitude, Dag hates spending time with other people. However, his peaceful existence is about to change.
While Eva is determined to seduce Dag within a week, Marianne is interested in getting her brother into therapy.
The marriage counsellor is persuaded to go on a date with Eva, but things do not quite go to plan, while his nephew Theo is determined to live with his father.
Eva asks Dag if she can stay at his place for a week, leaving the solitude-loving marriage counsellor having to decide whether to finally let someone stay in his home.
The marriage counsellor gives couples some sex tips, while Eva surprises Dag by cooking his favourite meal at home.
The marriage counsellor receives tragic personal news, while at work he gives guidance to a nun who is having problems with her relationship with Jesus.
It is the day of Dag’s father’s funeral, but the ceremony does not quite go according to plan.
Sad and tired, Dag feels like he is on the verge of a breakdown, but before he can feel sorry for himself, a couple arrive at his office seeking his advice.
Mia and Benedikt go into therapy with Dag and the session leads to a spontaneous wedding ceremony with a rather unusual outcome.
The marriage counsellor asks Eva to dinner and opens his heart to her, hoping she feels the same way.