The Killing: Season 2, Episode 6

Episode #2.6 (1 Nov. 2009)
"Forbrydelsen" Episode #2.6 (original title)

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Saturday, November 19-Sunday, November 20. Lund demands that the grave of the dead soldier Per K. Møller be dug up, but her theory that the coffin is empty is proven wrong. She is suspended... See full summary »

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Thomas Buch
Charlotte Guldberg ...
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Carsten Plough
Ken Vedsegaard ...
Jens Peter Raben
Stine Prætorius ...
Louise Raben
Flemming Enevold ...
Torsten Jarnvig
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Mikael Birkkjær ...
Ulrik Strange
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Erik König
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Ruth Hedeby
Kurt Ravn ...
Gert Grue Eriksen
Lars Sidenius ...
Gunnar 'Præst' Torpe
Carsten Bjørnlund ...
Christian Søgaard
Anne Marie Helger ...
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Saturday, November 19-Sunday, November 20. Lund demands that the grave of the dead soldier Per K. Møller be dug up, but her theory that the coffin is empty is proven wrong. She is suspended from the investigation and takes time to attend her mother's wedding until developments bring her back into action. Buch brings his assistant Karina Munk back after she resigned, despite permanent secretary Plough's objections. They pay a visit to former minister Monberg, who has gained consciousness at the hospital, to find out what he knows about the ongoing case. Written by Peter Brandt Nielsen

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