"I etch lines in the wall, to the left of my mattress, in order to keep track of how long I have been here. I have two rooms, and a wall covered in pictures of those I love. I have a wall covered in pictures of those I left." Transfer Window is a utopian vision in which the wealthy suburbs north of Copenhagen have been turned into a giant luxurious hospice for the terminally ill. Everyone wears white. New-age nuns grow organic cannabis on the beach. The internet and music are forbidden, but you can swim in the icy sea in the winter. In amongst it all come the crushing memories of life as a terminal cancer patient; otherwise our narrator and her friend Mikkel hang out, talking about the 80s and about how they would prefer to die, and to laugh at the mistakes of the healthy.