A series about the company Energreen. Where we are following a policeman working on a case, where he is trying to figure out, what is going on inside Energreen. A woman that works for ... See full summary »
Thomas Bo Larsen,
Esben Smed Jensen
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Kevin Stone and Jennifer Pierce are two divorced parents, who compete, in their own starkly different styles, for the love of their shared child, Daniel. When Kevin moves into Jennifer's ... See full summary »
In the near future, Norway is occupied by Russia on behalf of the European Union, due to the fact that the newly elected environmental friendly Norwegian government has stopped the all important oil- and gas-production in the North Sea.
A mother sends postcards to her estranged son and daughter inviting them back to the guest house they grew up in. She gives each of her children one piece of advice and leaves them to ponder the meaning.
This show, a mini-series of six episodes, was one of the highlights of Swedish Television productions in the mid-70s. The prolific protagonist was played spot-on by Anna Godenius whom we otherwise saw sparsely of. She made a magnificent appearance in this show as the sociopathic female con artist who possesses an amazing capability of altering her looks, speech and demeanour.
Leif Krantz, who previously directed two epic teen dramas (Kullamannen and Kråkguldet, both of them reviewed by me at IMDb) failed somewhat in this production by not introducing the main character properly; we never get to know who she is, what her real name is, etc. She seems to have an accomplice, an air-stewardess with whom she's confident, but that doesn't make much sense to the viewer as the nature of their relationship isn't displayed further. On the other hand, two men trying to reveal her identity (one of them being a cop) makes for a subplot.
There are lots of depressing studio based sequences that bring along the stereotypical cabined feeling of 70s TV.
All in all rather good entertainment, however, especially for nostalgists.
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