Some time ago I was watching a polish movie based on facts called "Układ Zamknięty" and I must say - I loved it, not only because of the story but also because of the danish details that were included in it.
Just to explain it shortly, the movie was about 3 young men who opened a business in Poland, that after a short time was bringing benefits to the company itself and polish economy. Of course as it is, some representatives did not believe so easily in the fast success of these three businessmen, so they were all the time trying to do anything just to put them in jail. Finally they succeeded in it, even though men were not guilty, they spent 3 months in a jail, lost all of their money and company's equipment, one of them lost child because of harsh actions of police, one of the man's daughter stopped talking, and finally the youngest businessman was raped in a jail (what is actually very common in polish jails..)
So.. about the danish details in it? I loved the moment in the end of the movie, when one of the danish colleagues, participating earlier as a supplier of the needed equipment said to already poor and dreamless businessmen, offering them a job in Copenhagen : Your buisness will be conducted in Denmark, where people aren't punished for ideas and entrepreneurial spirit.
Looking at the fact that this movie was based on facts and this whole situation was just loud (?) in the media, I would not add anything else to this blog post. The sentence in the purple lines says it all.
The trailer to the movie :