Shortly after police discovers the murder of three friends, police inspector Wallander finds his friend and colleague Svedberg dead. At first believing that Svedberg killed himself, ...
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Shortly after police discovers the murder of three friends, police inspector Wallander finds his friend and colleague Svedberg dead. At first believing that Svedberg killed himself, Wallander soon discovers links between Svedberg, the three friends and a fourth person, a young woman at a mental institution.Written by
"Steget Efter" is simply a great movie. From the very beginning to the very end. A great script that keeps moving on and on, filmed in a way that leaves it all up to you to enjoy all the splendid details. And there are so many splendid details that is up to you to enjoy, because there is no dwelling or pointing out this is a movie for intelligent people. This is a "think for yourself" movie. The excellent acting by one of the greatest actors that walks the earth, Rolf Lassgård, left me with thoughts about the character for days and days. Alone the opening scene where his eyes told more than any American movie has ever told about the ugliness of a crime scene. Thousands of small things in this great movie fills you with thoughts to explore. The best movie I've seen in years - and a movie I'm going to watch again very soon. The soundtrack is great too, with it's fitting minimalism.
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