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A young man named Alex sees a woman on a Copenhagen railroad platform and impulsively dumps his girlfriend in order to pursue his new fixation. Turns out the woman is married -- and to a well-known writer, at that. After a one-night affair, Alex suddenly finds that his old life has simply ... ceased to exist. What is going on here?
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