It's not easy to be 28 year old detective Robert Bogerud. He is the only detective in the country with Downs syndrome. He has own office, a trench-coat and a Bogart-hat. He is ready - all he needs is his first case. Not even his father, a policeman, believes in Robert. One morning a mysterious lady turns up at his office. The skating legend Olav Stjernen has disappeared, and the family fears the worst. The reality is that they are in desperate need for an incompetent detective to please Olav Stjernens senile and awfully rich mother. Robert is the perfect man for the job! The family's secrets are far more dangerous than Robert expects, and with his own life on stake he sets out to get the truth. Maybe Robert is not so stupid as everyone thought? Written by
I had heard great things about this movie, so I was very excited. but the disappointment was great when I finally got the opportunity to see it. I can safely say that this is the absolute worst movie I've ever seen, and I've seen a lot movies. The story is bad and seems like it could have been written by a child. The dark and depressed mood of the film along with the constant tragic music, made the experience a terrible nightmare. This was one hour and 48 minutes wasted of my life. How can anyone spend money on creating something so bad? I can not find words to explain how bad this movie is. I recommend anyone who wants a new "worst movie I've ever seen" to see this movie.
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