May 1945. A few days after the capitulation of Nazi Germany, which marks the end of the Second World War, a group of German prisoners of war, most teenagers, it is sent to Denmark. The group’s mission is to clean up the beaches Danish landmines buried by German occupation forces. Supervised by Sergeant Rasmussen, the GUP of 14 young people have a difficult task, the slightest mistake can cost them their lives. Danish officer who hates death Germans will be challenged by an inner conflict that will completely change the concept.