The Killing (2011–2014)
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Linden and Holder finally find out who murdered Rosie Larsen.

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With evidence from the video surveillance cameras at the casino, Linden and Holder set out to arrest Rosie's killer. It leads to a confrontation, a confession and a death. Linden isn't entirely satisfied with the outcome however as there are still a number of unanswered questions including who picked up Ames at his home in the early hours of the morning Rosie died. The Larsens meanwhile have decided to move into their new home. They're busy packing having come to some degree of closure on the death of their daughter. When Linden and Holder visit them to reveal what has happened, the final clue - and the identity of Rosie's killer - is revealed. Written by garykmcd

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The front yard of the Larsen's new house contains a blooming, flowering tree - in the first week of November. See more »

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Extremely sad ending
2 July 2015 | by (Harrsiburg, PA) – See all my reviews

I felt I should review this episode since the previous reviewer didn't seem to get it. Sure, Ames was involved in sabotaging the waterfront to suit his own purposes, but he flat-out refused to participate in the killing. So, his mistress, unaware of what she was actually doing, did the deed thinking she was securing their future together. I didn't see that one coming. Early on she had been calling & virtually stalking him, but the scenes in which she was crying I attributed to genuine remorse over the loss of her niece & her lover. Wow!

So Ames is culpable of burying Indian bones, but not of murder. The scene in which the whole family is enjoying that video was so touching, only to be followed by unbearable pain. The revelation that Rosie was killed by her own aunt!

In total, two men died, one was paralyzed, one was beaten within an inch of his life, and indirectly, a mob boss was killed, all as a function of the loss of that beautiful girl. Justice? I am not sure, but great storytelling, certainly.


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