From Lars von Trier's comedy/horror/drama tv series The Kingdom: Doctor Helmer, a brilliant but irascible surgeon who has had to go abroad to make his career - pretty much no one could stand him at home - and settle in Denmark, which he despises, is standing on the roof of the big Copenhagen hospital looking across the sound towards his country of birth. On the Swedish coast, in the north, he glimpses the two nuclear power plants at Barsebäck, always a point of contention between the two countries because being so close to the capital of Denmark (which has never gone for nuclear power). The doctor launches into his heartfelt, high-style rant:
"Here lies Denmark, ejected out of an a**e in chalk and clay. Over there is Sweden, hewn in granite! With plutonium we shall bring the Dane to his knees. (looking at the nuclear plants) Thank you, oh proud watchtowers! - Danish scum! Danish scum!"
(Sweden and Denmark have not been at war for two hundred years and long since became peaceful and cheeky brother countries - making the line about plutonium even more outrageously funny)