The sequel to Jagarna (1996), the film concerns Erik who is asked to return to his hometown in Sweden to solve a brutal murder. Although hesitant to go back due to unfavourable memories of ... See full summary »
A cold day in January 2006. The police make a horrible discovery in the Swedish town of Hudiksvall: In one night, 18 people have been brutally murdered in the small town. The police suspect... See full summary »
Suzanne von Borsody,
Stefan Lindman is a police officer in Boros, Sweden. When his mentor and retired former partner Herbert Molin is brutally murdered in the remote town of Sveg, Lindman travels north to ... See full summary »
i've seen many of this series, even the British one. i used to appreciate and enjoy the whole series, but sadly speaking, i have to disagree with the other three reviewers' high praises of this one. i actually consider this is the worst segment of all the series. why? because since the first frame showed up, i immediately found out that the editing got seriously problem. it's so random, like it was edited by a guy either drunk or high on drugs, so he edited without any logic, so the film's progress seemed to be jumping around very irrationally. the shaky camera also made the viewing more difficult to comprehend, the dialog is also very sporadically random. i got the same uncomfortable experience like watching another nightmarish Scandinavian movie, "dancer in the dark". when i finished watching that particular movie, the dizziness of my brain and the fuzziness of my eyesight needed several days to become normal again. this one, unfortunately has brought back the similar bad memory.
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