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Annika Bengtzon: Crime Reporter - Studio Sex 

Studio 6 (original title)
The corpse of a young woman is found in a public park. Annika Bengtzon, a criminal reporter at the tabloid Kvällspressen, starts researching and gets more and more personally involved as ... See full summary »

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Leonard Terfelt ...
Christer Lundgren
Anders Ahlbom ...
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Marie Lundgren
Mats Blomgren ...
Josephine's Father
Anna-Lena Hemström ...
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The corpse of a young woman is found in a public park. Annika Bengtzon, a criminal reporter at the tabloid Kvällspressen, starts researching and gets more and more personally involved as she learns that the victim worked as a stripper at the club Studio sex and was brutally murdered. Evidence arises that the Minister of Finance was present at Studio sex on the night of the murder, and a political scandal ensues. But things are not as they appear. Written by Antonio Ameijenda

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18 July 2012 (Sweden)  »

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SEK 15,000,000 (estimated)
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Followed by Ein Fall für Annika Bengtzon: Kalter Süden (2012) See more »

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Only a fair interpretation of the book.
6 December 2013 | by (Canada) – See all my reviews

I find that the various adaptations of the Liza Marklund books, including this one, tend to be oversimplified to allow the film to be placed into a 90 minute time slot.

The result is that the character development is weak, and the plot often simplified over what is depicted in the book.

Of course, all film adaptations suffer from simplification for time reasons, but I find particularly with the Marklund books that this seriously detracts form the original work.

For some reason, while Studio Sex is the first Bengtzon book chronologically (not in published order) by Marklund, it is not the first in the sequence of films, and thus we find Annika already married with two children (she was not in the book), and miss totally the development of her character before she was married and thus understand more clearly why she has some mental instability and is so driven by her career.


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