Jesper W. Nielsen's Okay is a family drama. Nete (Paprika Steen) is a take-charge, in-control woman who takes in her widower father, Johannes (Ole Ernst), after he is diagnosed with cancer. When Johannes stays longer than expected, Nete's professor husband, Kristian (Troels Lyby), initiates an affair with a student. Nete's 14-year-old daughter, Trine, is having troubles typical of an adolescent. Adding more stress to the household is Johannes' feud with his gay son, Martin. The two have been estranged since Martin revealed his sexual orientation to his family. Okay was screened at the Cannes Film Festival.