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Three Swedish financiers are murdered over three consecutive nights. Evidence suggests that the killings will continue and the world of finance is panicked. The police quickly set up a special unit under the leadership of Detective Jenny Hultin. She hand picks six police officers from across the country and they form the so-called A-group. Under enormous pressure they attempt to solve the case before more finance officers are murdered. Written by
It was a very exciting movie, just the right amount of litigation, action - thriller - romantic, without being excessive.
Magnus S. did a brilliant effort, I think.
It did not feel like a repetition of all the other Swedish police films that we have received for many of, it was professional made and action scenes what top-notch, I think. For example, if you compare to 'Beck', 'Wallander' and so on. where you at once and can easily see that there is a Swedish film.
I think the movie was very clever, it was not possible to directly rank out who was the murderer, but was consistent and entertaining.
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