The Danish ice hockey talent, Isaac (18), plays in the Swedish Elite Series, but both on and off the field, Isaac struggles to handle his own expectations, nerves, and the pressure from his African-American father and agent, Joe, who paces Isaac to the maximum to achieve their shared dream of the NHL.
Isaac is the league's only African-American player, and during a playoff match, Isaac starts a fight with an opponent, following a racist remark. Unfairly, Isaac's club fires him for violence, and full of anger, he returns home to Denmark, where he is reunited with his childhood friend, the pusher Marco. In the longing for recognition and support, Isaac now becomes part of a criminal environment with parties and drugs, and when he is offered to smuggle drugs between Denmark and Sweden, he is tempted.
At the same time, Isaac is signed by a new club from Malmö - and with one leg in two worlds, Isaac begins a life-threatening double life that divides father and son, which ends up with fatal consequences for Isaac.
“RIO DE JANEIRO”
TV series created by Nicolai Fuglsig
In an underground freeway tunnel, ten Brazilian teenagers from a nearby Favela try to pull off a heist off an armored cash truck.
The bandits have blocked both entrances to the four-lane tunnel with burning buses.
As the elite federal police forces arrive on the scene, the teens get pinned down between civilians and their cars as they try to fight their way out.