By Kenneth Kainz
In the comedy "Therapy" Anders and Puk move into the house of their dreams, which, to say the least, needs a bit of work. Anders has figured that with a little love and care, the house will soon be just perfect. However, they quickly realize that the house is rotten to the core, and cannot be fixed by swinging a hammer or putting in a nail or two. To be able to afford the renovation expense, they decide to rent out the basement to the slick family therapist Ulrik Mosén, who at first glance seems to be the perfect tenant. Very soon, Ulrik is putting their marriage to a severe test, in his smooth and ruthless attempt to win Puk's love from Anders.