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Sometimes Danish women capture these men alive and bring them back to Denmark, where the government punishes them by making them sit through infinite Danish courses and refusing to allow the couple to live in sublet apartments.
The original background to the film is the life of Sommai, a Thai woman and former sex worker, who met a Danish man one night in Pattaya.The Dane, we are told, before meeting his Thai bride took a daily cocktail of anti depressants and openly admits to his mother that 'nothing has ever worked out' for him.In the film, which is almost like a fictional tale, Kae eventually agrees to marry the Danish man in Denmark and the blonde 38 year old giant tells the viewers 'the first weekend spent with Kae was the best time of my entire life.' In making 'Love on Delivery' Ketz employed the services of an anthropologist, Sine Plambech to study Thai communities in Denmark and their dynamics and confidently deals with criticism that his film is on dangerous ground portraying the Thai Danish marriages and relationships based on economic and emotional needs as a success; 'There was a lot of prejudice about these men being abusive', the filmmaker admits.However in the 21st century his films are very successful a they explore the dynamics of an extremely complex but fascinating social movement.They raise many questions but it is perhaps more than a hope to think that women like Sommai, the leader of the Thai women in this small Danish community will find the answers. A Thai Women marriage network in Denmark is the most watched TV documentary on Danish TV.