ON ANY GIVEN DAY IN DENMARK, THERE ARE ABOUT 473,000 IMMIGRANTS AND/OR DESCENDANTS OF THOSE FROM NON – WESTERN COUNTRIES LIVING WITHIN THE NATION’S BORDERS.
Studies show that national immigration and integration challenges are a serious topic of concern in Denmark. Is it a valid concern? Or does it simply boil down to the fact that immigrants and Danes just don’t know each other well enough, and that the relationship is rife with false truths rather than actual ones?
These very same questions are posed to four Danes who are all very concerned about immigration/integration as a part of this social experiment.
The four worried Danes wind up being confronted by four “new Danes” and their families, where they have to live in pairs for two days. The question, of course, is whether this challenge will change the participants view of “new Danes” or simply reinforce their preconceived notions.