Dicte (2012–2016)
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Selvrisiko - del 2 

Another female corpse has turned up, and Dicte unexpectedly finds herself linked to the murdered women.

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Lene Maria Christensen ...
Ditte Ylva Olsen ...
Bendtsen
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Rose Svendsen (as Emilie Claudius Kruse)
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Lars Ranthe ...
Torsten
Peter Schrøder ...
Kaiser
Brinette Odgaard ...
Cecilie Høgh (as Brinette Odgaard Sørensen)
Ulrik Jeppesen ...
Christian Willadsen
Bodil Lassen ...
Karen Graugård
Sebastian Svejdal ...
Jonathan Ransen
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Anette Levin (as Ditte Maria Le-Fevre)
Christoffer Svane ...
Steffen
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Another female corpse has turned up, and Dicte unexpectedly finds herself linked to the murdered women.

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Crime | Drama | Family

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Own Risk
11 June 2016 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

These comments refer to the entire two part story not just episode two.

As Dicte and her friends are having a midsummer party they notice smoke coming from the neighbouring property. She runs over and finds a burning car; there appears to be somebody inside but it turns out that it is just a straw doll… that doesn't mean there is nobody dead; Dicte goes into the house and finds her neighbour hanging in the stairwell. It soon becomes apparent that it wasn't suicide. Initial suspicion falls on the dead woman's daughter who has absconded from a young offenders' institution. Later another woman is found murdered; there is no obvious connection between then but it then emerges that both of them gave up children when they were younger… something Dicte also did and a reporter on a rival paper has made public. This potentially puts her in danger and makes things very awkward with her daughter who had no idea that she had a half-brother.

This was another enjoyable episode of this Danish crime drama. It is becoming clear that this is the sort of detective drama where the protagonist gets away with things that would never be allowed in the real world and is always in the wrong place at the right time. We see her sneaking into a crime scene while the forensic teams are still working and only gets a mild rebuke and once again she stumbles on a body… if you are after realism this will disappoint you but if you like a conventional murder-mystery where real world rules don't fully apply and coincidences abound then this was a pretty good story. The mystery is intriguing and the way it links to Dicte's personal life forces some good character development for our protagonist as well as her daughter and her friends. Iben Hjejle does a fine job as Dicte and Lars Brygmann is enjoyable as policeman John Wagner; I'm glad that he is a recurring character. Overall another good story.

These comments are based on watching the story in Danish with English subtitles.


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