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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In the closing scene where Linden is standing in the alley after Holder drives off, a minivan can be seen trying to turn into the alley. It suddenly stops half way through its turn with its blinker on. When the shot cuts away and back, Linden hasn't moved, but the minivan is gone. See more »

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Wow - just wow.
18 June 2012 | by See all my reviews

Awesome, Patty Jenkins, your pilot was enthralling and there is something undeniably magic in your approach with these great actors and it concluded in a mind blowing end to this season. Plain wonderful. The judicious and even unspoken communications played between Holder and Linden were so quietly powerful that it cemented the two as an iconic partnership. The wrap up with the the kids, adorable Denny, Tom, and Mitch and Stan experiencing Rosie's video pulled an unspeakably devastating moment between Terry and Mitch into a place where the audience experiences the transcendent power of joy and passion that comprises the core of "Family". As I am writing this I still feel emotionally drained in a very good way. The hallmark of some GREAT television. Thank you:)


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