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Ett litet samhälle i 1960-talets början. Åtta gamla bekanta i samma jaktlag har som vanligt samlats till älgjakten. Sju av dem har just varit med om när Måns Westling rattfull körde över en... See full summary »
A fairytale for adults. It's about five people with an important liaison to one another. The characters are all avoiding being truthful about the realities of their lives and waiting for ... See full summary »
A serial-killer attacks and murders young girls in the public parks of Stockholm. The police has trouble finding any evidence to find the killer. But when a newsstand is robbed in one of ... See full summary »
This was a big disappointment. Plot holes the size of a smaller planet, overacting, totally predictable and clichéed, bad casting and a totally unbelievable dialogue. And when I say plot, it's just to be polite there hardly is one. The prison scenes why are they in the movie at all? The court scenes the writers must know less than zero about how the judicial system works. Suspense what suspense? Humour nonexistent. And the quirky old DI who sleeps in his office... He's supposed to be a legend, "the best" but we see no evidence of this. On the contrary, he fails miserably...
I sincerely hope the book is better, because this is Bad with a capital B.
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