“A modestly bitter attack on theatre” Bo hr. Hansen called this quirky comedy about an elderly B-actor and a young female journalist about to do an interview with him. The old actor blurbs out cliché after cliché with a horrible precision, only interrupted by moments of clarity, mostly supported by lines from forgotten plays. The journalist is the daughter of the deceased and hated critic Gilbert Andersen who once offended the actor so much he threw the daughter into the lake, causing a fracture of the skull. The title refers to the cheapest coffin model on the market. Presented with success at the Café theatre 2002.