Elsa reacts with a counter-attack after she is blackmailed. The council is outraged and Elsa finally seems to be getting the support she needs. Meanwhile, Liv and Enoch discover a clue and choose to ...
The attack of a Swedish oil research vessel and the kidnapping of its crew lead intelligence officer, Liv, to the small village of Tasiilaq to investigate. There, she discovers rising tensions among local officials, on the brink of signing a treaty to prevent harmful oil drilling in the Arctic. Phone and internet connections to the town have been cut, and witnesses are being killed, all it seems, to prevent the treaty from being signed.
After having watched only 2 episodes I must say it is one of the timeliest series these days. A wonderful insight into the lives of Greenlanders and into the plight of the animals in the Arctic.Shocking scenes that might make the worst climate denier change their shallow minds. Not easy to watch, it is so painful what human animals have done and are doing to the Earth. But it has to be watched.
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