A member of "Sjöbjörnarna" (a group of executives), asks the newspaper editor Dick Mattson to find Brita Ljungdahl, the former wife of another of the members. The first clue he tries is to ...
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A member of "Sjöbjörnarna" (a group of executives), asks the newspaper editor Dick Mattson to find Brita Ljungdahl, the former wife of another of the members. The first clue he tries is to ask a certain Maria Vaern, who knows Brita. However, he discovers that she is dead by suicide and when he soon finds Brita, he starts wondering if Maria really did commit suicide or if she was murdered. When a private detective, who was contacted by Maria, contacts him but is later murdered, he starts looking deeper into the affairs of "Sjöbjörnarna". He discovers that the accident last summer, in which one memeber of the group was killed, was not an accident and his search even takes him to Paris and back. Meanwhile, he and Brita, who once were lovers, start discovering each other again.Written by
Anders E Lundin
This is a murder story and as such, it offers all the features of the classic puzzle mystery. But it is also cosy, with some nice sidetracks. If you're just looking for a dark murder mystery with cold, unsensitive stereotypes, don't watch this film. It keeps you wondering about the solution to the mystery, but it doesn't make you fly sky high when the door bell rings on a dark night. It is well worth watching, but not if you're only looking for a dark murder mystery.
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