Wallander interviews a couple about their stolen dog. The following day the couple are tortured and brutally murdered. Similar deaths follow and Wallander and his team have to find out ...
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Wallander interviews a couple about their stolen dog. The following day the couple are tortured and brutally murdered. Similar deaths follow and Wallander and his team have to find out whether there is an underlying connection in the deaths and whether three missing army conscripts are involved.Written by
The title "Bröderna" translates in English to "The Brothers". See more »
The amount of snow varies during the movie, from 10 cm in the beginning to almost nothing to 20 cm at the end. The story is set in January/February, in these months there's normally 10-20 cm snow in south Sweden where the series is set. See more »
Horrible Events Come Home to Roost
This plot reminds me just a bit of Sherlock Holmes "The Sign of Four." Some horrible thing that happened in a military setting creates a rash of murders. Some of the victims are innocent; some are not. Wallander must sort out a rather sophisticated plot by three men. Not only are they killing people, they are subjecting them to torture and mutilation. They only heart they show is releasing a little girl after killing both her parents. Kurt and Linda are immersed in the ugliness of all this. For Kurt, he deals constantly with the idea that once one becomes a policeman, on can never go home again. Linda has his same personality. There is a subplot with LInda moving in with Stefan. What started as a rental agreement is turned into an intense affair. At least for one evening, they act on feelings they have had all along. This will be interesting. This is by far the most satisfying of the episodes.
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