Wallander (2005–2013)
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Dödsängeln 

Miranda, a stroppy teenager of Iraqi parentage is abducted and dies after rowing with the choir-mistress and Bea,another chorister. Wallander pulls in ex-racist skinhead Johan, the boy ... See full summary »

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Nina Zanjani ...
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Svartman (as Fredrik Gunnarson)
Mats Bergman ...
Douglas Johansson ...
Marianne Mörck ...
Noah Valdfogel ...
Elias, Katarinas son (as Noah Waldfogel)
Henny Åman ...
Hanna, Katarinas dotter
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Bodil Jensen
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Miranda Dahno
Sofia Pekkari ...
Lina Mårtensson
Grete Havnesköld ...
Bea Lindberg
Mats Blomgren ...
Thomas Hammar
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Miranda, a stroppy teenager of Iraqi parentage is abducted and dies after rowing with the choir-mistress and Bea,another chorister. Wallander pulls in ex-racist skinhead Johan, the boy Miranda stole from Bea and then dropped, but has to release him. When Lina, another choir member vanishes, the trail leads to Thomas Hammar,a recluse,seemingly obsessed with the choir, but his motives for following them are personal and innocent. The real culprit is much nearer home. Written by don @ minifie-1

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Slack tale of abduction with a lesbian angle
5 June 2012 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

This below-average entry revolves around a girls' choir in which one girl goes missing, later found dead, and another girl also subsequently goes missing. This uninvolving and somewhat tawdry story lacks energy and moves along too slowly overall. It could have used some editing in some places and in other places it needed better plot development. One suspect was hustled into interrogation too quickly with very little investigation of his dwelling. Clues came about too easily, giving the story a contrived feel. Even a 5 rating may be generous for this one. There was a distinct lack of both thematic material and character development, although opportunities were present.

This is the 22nd film in this series and it's not surprising to see some variation in the quality. Let's hope that the last 4 in the series come back up to the usual high standard.


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