Filmmakers use hidden cameras to capture the various suicide attempts at the Golden Gate Bridge - the world's most popular suicide destination. Interviews with the victims' loved ones describe their lives and mental health.
Two new students at nearby Belmont University, Ryan and Molly, meet the first day of classes and become study partners. The Bridge, a local bookstore, becomes a close part of their lives as their relationship grows.
When a body is found on the bridge between Denmark and Sweden, right on the border, Danish inspector Martin Rohde and Swedish Saga Norén have to share jurisdiction and work together to find the killer.
In this TV remake of the classic German war film, 16-year-old Walter and his friends are recruited to help defend a bridge near their town. What begins as a minor op becomes a life or death... See full summary »
This show offers a different spin on the old-style police investigative drama. The new spin is that it is now the police that sometimes need to be investigated, and sometimes need to be defended. The acting is acceptable at best, and the script is less than acceptable, which makes the acting seem worse. There is a decent amount of action as well as blood and gore. The drama is where the show seems to be lacking, in my opinion. Its worth watching a few episodes before coming to your own judgement. The music is usually well chosen and keeps the excitement alive. But in the end i find a lot of the characters to be overly-typical, contrived, and over-played.
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