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Thomas Bo Larsen,
Esben Smed Jensen
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Nicolai Cleve Broch,
Anne Marit Jacobsen
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After seeing the first episode, I've thought that it's going to be another amazing Scandinavian TV series, in vein of Bron/Broen and Borgen (although the latter one is different genre). But after the second episode I've realized that I just don't care for the main characters. Or to be precise - I'm indifferent about Thomas and I dislike Katrine. OK, she's not supposed to be colorful and amazing person (albeit also asocial) as Saga Noren, I get that, but having a plain, boring and always angry copy of Sarah Lund doesn't help much either. Still, it's very watchable and solid show, but it could have been much more if they had stronger leads (not in the term of acting, they're fine).
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