A world cinema double bill from director Nikolas Winding Refn. In 'Pusher' a small-time drug pusher, Frank (Kim Bodnia) is enjoying his life of crime - especially the money and the life-style. However, when a deal he is working on goes wrong he is left with a bit of a problem. The big boys who he has been dealing with are demanding the cash - and he has 48 hours to either get it or find another solution. If he fails to deliver he will certainly be hurt. Whilst 'Bleeder' is another hard-hitting tale of urban malaise. Leo (Kim Bodnia) is not pleased when he discovers that his girlfriend Louise (Rikke Louise Andersson) has become pregnant. He begins spending his evenings with his friend, the video store worker Lenny, and Louise's aggressive gangster brother, Louis. Later, after Louise unexpectedly invites a young mother and her children back to the flat, Leo becomes violent towards her and his destructive behaviour eventually triggers a violent chain of events culminating in tragedy and death.