Dicte (2012–2016)
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Liv og Legeme - del 2 

Dicte and Wagner find themselves on the trail of the same man. And Dicte finds herself in a personal dilemma. Bo and Dicte become closer than ever before.




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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Anne Skov Larsen (as Lærke Winther Andersen)
Lene Maria Christensen ...
Ditte Ylva Olsen ...
Lars Ranthe ...
Peter Schrøder ...
Otte Kaiser
Perter Boutrup
Henrik Noël Olesen ...
Jacob Vinck
Claus Gerving ...
Klaus Kamm
Tine Grauengaard ...
Tina Gylling Mortensen ...
Connie Mortensen
Silas Buus Beldam ...
Mads Svensson


A man is found dead in a field in an industrial park by the police. An informant, who is in prison, helps Dicte on her current news story. As the police investigate and Dicte builds her story they become intertwined. What do a dead man and Dicte's new story have in common? Written by jgarozzo

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Crime | Drama | Family





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25 February 2013 (Denmark)  »

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Eyes have it
21 January 2017 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

Another entertaining episode of the continuing adventures of crime reporter Dicte. In this episode she's on hand to witness detective Wagner and his female colleague at a remote spot, uncovering a dead body with both eyes removed. The dead man is a young, good-looking known homosexual, working for a big company with a high-powered executive at its head, who it turns out leads a triple life of happy family man and successful boss, adventurous cruiser for young good-looking men and a trader in human parts, in particular corneas, hence the disfigurement of the youth's body.

In the background, Dicte's complicated private life takes on a couple of new twists as one of her two best friends (the nurse), has a one night stand with her ex-husband while a new, young prison informant provides a shocking link to her own past. In between, the simmering romance between Wagner and Dicte's other best friend, new mother Ida, ticks along in the background, while Dicte's burgeoning relationship with the paper's maverick photographer positively burgeons to overflowing in the final scene.

With some acerbic humour along the way, notably Wagner's naive outlook towards the gay community, Dicte's reaction to her friend's fling with her ex and particularly the funeral and aftermath of her friend's hippy-chick mother, supposedly an ex-lover of Keith Richards and later involving hash cookies for the boys at her office, this was a pleasing mix of humour and drama, with an exciting climax, in more ways than one.

The main story was gripping and suspenseful which for me is always the most important thing while the background character development continued apace but still naturally and unobtrusively.

A good episode of a pretty good series.

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