Irene Huss (2007–2011)
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An online poker company promises fame and fortune. When the bubble bursts, it is not only the dream of big money that bites the dust: three separate men are all brutally executed in one of ... See full summary »

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Episode credited cast:
Angela Kovacs ...
Irene Huss
Reuben Sallmander ...
Krister Huss
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Zoltan Bajkai ...
Simic
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Cykelbudet
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Philip Bergman
Lars Brandeby ...
Sven Andersson
Ingemar Carlehed ...
Sannas pappa
Erika Elfwencrona ...
Bonettis flickvän (as Erika Elfwencrona Hermfeldt)
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Fredrik Stridh
Daniel S.A. Eriksson ...
Tomas Bonetti
Fredrik Eriksson ...
Caddy / Livvakt
Anna-Lena Erlandson ...
Sjuksköterska
...
Medelålders läkare
Anna Harling ...
Synnöve
...
John
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An online poker company promises fame and fortune. When the bubble bursts, it is not only the dream of big money that bites the dust: three separate men are all brutally executed in one of Gothenburg's most fashionable areas. At first, they appear to have nothing in common. The complex investigation of the three dead men immerses Irene Huss and her colleagues into a world of expensive cars, fancy homes, lies and deceit. Meanwhile, the otherwise peaceful atmosphere of the Huss family is disturbed by marital tension as Irene suspects her husband Krister of a having an affair with a younger woman. Written by Svensk Filmindustri

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Crime | Thriller

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27 April 2010 (Netherlands)  »

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1.85 : 1
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Follows Irene Huss: Glasdjävulen (2008) See more »

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