Beck (1997– )
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An Asian woman is found dead in the water of Stockholm's archipelago. She has been murdered and everything indicates that she was a prostitute. Meanwhile a series of break-ins has occurred ... See full summary »

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Kjell Sundvall

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Cilla Börjlind (story), Rolf Börjlind (story) | 4 more credits »
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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Peter Haber ... Martin Beck
Mikael Persbrandt ... Gunvald Larsson
Malin Birgerson Malin Birgerson ... Alice Levander
Marie Göranzon ... Margareta Oberg
Ingvar Hirdwall ... Grannen
Rebecka Hemse ... Inger
Jimmy Endeley Jimmy Endeley ... Robban
Mårten Klingberg Mårten Klingberg ... Nick
Peter Hüttner Peter Hüttner ... Oljelund
Hanns Zischler ... Hillman
Carl Kjellgren Carl Kjellgren ... Sven Adolfsson
Magnus Eriksson Magnus Eriksson ... Bengt Jansson
Maria Kim Maria Kim ... Madee
Lars-Erik Friberg Lars-Erik Friberg ... Johannesson
Göran Thorell Göran Thorell ... Gunnar
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An Asian woman is found dead in the water of Stockholm's archipelago. She has been murdered and everything indicates that she was a prostitute. Meanwhile a series of break-ins has occurred on an island outside of Stockholm. Suddenly a retired old man is also found dead in his own yard. Now Beck has two cases to solve and they both point in the same direction. Written by nL <ni_la2000@hotmail.com>

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Denmark | Finland | Norway | Sweden

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Swedish | English | Thai

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6 March 2005 (Finland) See more »

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Another case for Beck
24 April 2005 | by Tony IngessonSee all my reviews

Beck and his colleagues are back again. This time they're investigating two murders simultaneously; one is a reclusive man who lived a quiet life on his own, the other is an unidentified Asian woman. Meanwhile, the strain within the unit between Gunvald and Alice poses difficulties to the cooperation and the investigations.

In this movie, Alice gets more space at the expense of Gunvald. Beck is as usual the central character, the one who ties everything together. Even though I like the character Gunvald, I don't mind seeing Alice more in this one. We've already a lot of Gunvald in the previous movies. And the short episodes we do see in this one adds a lot of depth to his character, showing a more human side of him, not just the grim cop. In the end, I liked him even more after this one. As usual, Beck's daughter and the famous neighbour make short appearances as well.

Not the best of the Beck movies, but still interesting. It brings up important issues in a good way. If you liked the other Beck movies, you'll probably like this one too. If you haven't seen the other Beck movies, you should still give this one a chance. It's a fairly good detective story. Don't read the full version of the plot line though, in my opinion it spoils some of the movie.


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