Dicte is a dedicated reporter and refuses to give up before she has her story. Her stubbornes gives her problems immediately with the policeman John Wagner, and they often get into clashes with each other.
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 Otto Kaiser / ... 20 episodes, 2013-2014
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Dicte is a dedicated reporter and refuses to give up before she has her story. Her stubbornes gives her problems immediately with the policeman John Wagner, and they often get into clashes with each other.

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This is the 2nd time Andrea Vagn Jensen played a character named Louise. The first was in Jesus og Josefine (2003) See more »

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Denser Danes
20 December 2014 | by See all my reviews

I know I look to UK, Europe and Scandinavia for classy dramas. Crime dramas are my favorite genre. Costume dramas a close second. So, I ate up the Swedish "Wallander". I ate up the Swedish girl with the tattoo series. I like a darker Brit series, like "Luther".

"Dicte" must be for a different audience entirely. I guess even the Danes have the soap opera crowd who just want feel-good TV drama. This series really disappointed me. The writing is downright vapid in some cases. The dialog is curt and lacking any depth. It is like high school cafeteria fare. The characters are flat and undeveloped, almost laughable.

I feel like the actors did their best with what they were handed. There is the frequent glimmer of talented acting, despite the lousy story lines. However, that isn't enough for me to return to this brand in the future.


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