Follows Catherine Jensen, a recently promoted homicide detective who enlists the help of Thomas Schaeffer, a forensic psychologist, to track down serial killers and relentlessly seeks the ... See full summary »
When a body is found on the bridge between Denmark and Sweden, right on the border, Danish inspector Martin Rohde and Swedish Saga Norén have to share jurisdiction and work together to find the killer.
The Danish national police branch PET is in charge of personal protection, mainly of politicians and royal family. That also involves preventive work concerning terrorism, stalking etcetera... See full summary »
Ørnen, an Icelandic inspector in the Danish police force, is named chief constable of a new task force to help solve international crime. Along with a team of talented and diverse ... See full summary »
Detective Katrine Ries Jensen and legal psychiatrist Thomas Schaeffer form a special unit at the Copenhagen Police investigating serial killings. A case from Schaeffer's past crops up. As a... See full summary »
Ever since Sweden became the Nordic country of taking the forefront position of producing criminal flicks e.g. Beck and the Millennium Trilogy, Denmark needed to prove that they are just as capable as their neighbour. And surely, this motion picture delivers everything that is expected from a Scandinavian criminal story. Still, the weakness of this movie is more linked to the plethora of criminal series that is being broad casted every evening on TV, providing the same level of entertainment as watching another episode of Criminal Minds. What could have provided more value to this movie is if the actors would have given more character to their roles. In essence, this is where Sweden has excelled, at least in the above-mentioned titles. One thing is for certain: Denmark can deliver just as well as Sweden, considering the fact that a Dane directed the Millennium Trilogies.
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