Wallander (2005–2013)
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A girl has committed suicide. More girls on a school in Skåne feel like doing the same. As Linda Wallander get the case shes more determined to solve this case than ever solving a case ... See full summary »

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Stephan Apelgren

Writers:

Stephan Apelgren (screenplay), Ulf Ryberg (screenplay) | 1 more credit »
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Cast

Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Krister Henriksson ... Kurt Wallander
Johanna Sällström ... Linda Wallander
Ola Rapace ... Stefan Lindman
Angela Kovacs Angela Kovacs ... Ann-Britt Höglund (as Angela Kovács)
Fredrik Gunnarsson ... Svartman (as Fredrik Gunnarson)
Douglas Johansson Douglas Johansson ... Martinsson
Mats Bergman ... Nyberg
Marianne Mörck Marianne Mörck ... Ebba
Tomas Norström ... Kuratorn
Stefan Gödicke Stefan Gödicke ... Vaktis
Baard Owe ... Ola Svendsen (as Bård Owe)
Per Morberg ... Ralph Sahlin
Kajsa Ernst Kajsa Ernst ... Jenna Sahlin
Moraea Myrgren-Johansson Moraea Myrgren-Johansson ... Tove Sahlin (as Moræa Myrgren Johansson)
Natalie Minnevik ... Sara Bruck
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A girl has committed suicide. More girls on a school in Skåne feel like doing the same. As Linda Wallander get the case shes more determined to solve this case than ever solving a case before, but feels more and more bad as she goes as she discovers that the girls on the school are being exploited and abused. Written by Mikael

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Official Sites:

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Country:

Sweden

Language:

Swedish

Release Date:

22 December 2006 (Germany) See more »

Filming Locations:

Ystad, Skåne län, Sweden

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Dolby Digital

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Color

Aspect Ratio:

1.78 : 1
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The title "Mörkret" translates in English to "The Darkness". See more »

Quotes

Kurt Wallander: [to child prostitute pimp] A while back this young fellow was sitting in the chair you're in now. He had read the lists of those who had died in the tsunami in Asia. He got hold of the address of one of the families affected. Know what he did? He broke into the house and stole anything of any value. But before he left, guess what he did? He turned all the taps on full blast all over the house. When I saw him sitting across from me, I thought... "this is the most despicable and pathetic person I ...
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25 June 2015 | by rickyveeSee all my reviews

I've been watching them in order. This is the best so far. I thought maybe I'm just getting hooked on the characters, but no. It's good writing. The actors seem to be more in touch with and more relaxed and natural in their roles. Maybe just a very good episode. Maybe the series is just hitting its stride. Either way, great work. The nature of the relationship between Kurt and Linda is getting more fleshed out. And there's real tenderness between Stephan and Linda. And even Kurt is getting into a relationship. Cold Swedes are warming up. Stereotypes are breaking down. It has a warmer feeling, less Nordic, more European. Broader in its appeal. Enjoyable overall.


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