Probably the father with the chains for his daughter
is this future tense, or this that different?
i think future and present both can be
Yeah wait, why isn't this "I do not even want to ask"? I thought vil was to want?
It can be both "will" and "want". Their meaning can be quite similar actually.
Native English speaker here. "I want" implies that it may not happen. "I will" implies that you fully intend to do it. Their meanings are distinct. Although they both refer to future events, the difference is probability.
'Ikke' is missing from the normal paced recording