Two elderly sisters Rosa (Sigrid Horne-Rasmussen), continue to have their novels turned down because there is not enough romance or eroticism. Together they decide to write their memoirs of the romantic Count Johan (William Kisum) and his evil brother Count Hubert (Ib Mossin appeared in 39 films) and the things that went on at Boholms Castle. Only the Postman Rasmussen (Karl Stegger) knows of this. The novel is a best seller! The publisher Anton F. MÃ¸ller (Poul Bundgaard) insists on meeting the author. Rosa and Soffy are embarrassed to say that it was them so they tell the publisher that the author is their nephew, Tony Bram (Ole SÃ¸ltoft) who is out of the country at the time. This brilliant film contains erotic games, violent very well choreographed enticing dancing, peeping Toms, lesbians and threesomes. One in a series of famous Danish Tegn films, movies known for their blend of physical comedy and well-endowed women unafraid to shed their clothes at the drop of the hat.