On a beach in Gothenburg, a woman find parts of a dismembered man's body. The only clue is a torso, tattoo. Irene Huss find a similar previous cases that will take her to Copenhagen, where ...
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On a beach in Gothenburg, a woman find parts of a dismembered man's body. The only clue is a torso, tattoo. Irene Huss find a similar previous cases that will take her to Copenhagen, where she is forced to look for a friend's daughter who disappeared. The corpse will be the prelude to more nasty murders that lead Irene in Copenhagen underworld.
Just watched it today, so what can I say? It wasn't good, it wasn't bad, but so far this one is the best Swedish crime-movie so far. The movie begins with the most basic stuff you can find in any other movie, a woman is out with her dog, the dog finds a corpse, the investigators starts with the case, chit-chat with the coroner and so on. The first part of movie is essentially basic and boring stuff, but the good part comes later in the movie. The last part was VERY predictable, but since i'm not going into some spoilers I won't tell anything.
And as for the production: the production was horrible. You could see some reflections of the cameramen in some scenes, low-quality sound and the screen format was terrible. I don't know if I should say that normal films are played in wide-screen but this one was like, 4:3. So the experience of watching this movie was terrible. The budget was very high, as I've heard to be one of the Swedish movies with the highest budget so far, but since there will be six other movies you couldn't notice anything.
But as the result, I can only give a five out of ten. The story was good and it was actually pretty thrilling at the end, but if I would rate the production, I'd give it a three out of ten.
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