Markus Haglund (Mikael Persbrandt) is a criminal law professor fond of liquors, promiscuous relationships and disobeying superiors. At Uppsala University near Stockholm, he establishes a ... See full summary »
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Brilliant - a rival to the original, vastly superior Swedish version of Wallander
Despite the cliché of the eventual topic(though so very true to the reality we face today as far as who the perpetrators actually are), this was a brilliant miniseries - and boy am I glad they've done another: Morden(Which I'm looking for subtitles for if anyone knows of any!). Being in New Zealand, unfortunately the only way to see this was via illicit means - but Graven, Wallander, Irene Huss and even the predictable, clichéd Beck has opened my eyes to the unique style of Swedish TV - Graven takes it to another level, using the Sweden's beautiful environment and landscape far more than even Wallander. If the series producers see this: I highly recommend you make this available to western audiences. No question, even with subtitles I believe a New Zealand audience would love this. Get in touch with TV3 or TVNZ!
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