Wallander (2005–2013)
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A young student reports her mother missing. The next day, the mother's body is found buried in the sand close to the family's house.

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Kurt Wallander
Charlotta Jonsson ...
Linda Wallander
Leonard Terfelt ...
Hans von Enke
Signe Dahlkvist ...
Klara Wallander
Douglas Johansson ...
Martinsson
Mats Bergman ...
Nyberg
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Svartman (as Fredrik Gunnarson)
Malena Engström ...
Bea
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Karin
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Amanda Wredin
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Erik Wredin
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Julia Wredin
Christoffer Olofsson ...
Tore
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Alexia
Simon Reithner ...
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A young student reports her mother missing. The next day, the mother's body is found buried in the sand close to the family's house.

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31 May 2014 (UK)  »

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written & performed by Ane Brun and the Fläskkvartetten
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A Father Is Still a Father
9 December 2015 | by See all my reviews

This episode starts with the stabbing death of a woman after an intense argument with her estranged husband. This sets several situations in motion. One is a beautiful daughter who is left alone. The next has to do with her father who is fearing for his life because two weird people have surveillance video of the murder. Meanwhile, Kurt is getting more and more forgetful, exhibiting symptoms of Alzheimer's disease. The acting in this episode is really good. Kristen Henriksson is wonderful again as the intense Wallander. HIs peers are worried about him but don't know what to do. His daughter, Linda, begins to worry about his appearing late for things. The drinking doesn't help much either. Anyway, this is a look at what a man will do to straighten up things that he has caused. Kurt's situation somewhat parallels the actions of the absentee father, and that is scary to him. Well done.


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