Wallander forgets his gun in a bar and is suspended. With time on his hands, he looks into the disappearance of his daughter's father-in-law, who may have been involved in the death of a young sailor during an international incident in the 1980s involving a submarine entering Swedish waters.Written by
It's hard to see that films like this only gets minor points. If you look at all Swedish TV-series at IMDb- even those who have won International prizes, it's the same. People seems to hate them. This movie has been shown in Theaters in Sweden , so I guess that all the voters are Swedish. They seem to love bashing their own artists and films. Sad. This is as a good movie as the other Wallander films, a little more serious maybe. It's about an aging Wallander and some disappearance that have political consequences, Really good if you like spy films. Try it. And for my money Christer Henriksson are the real Wallander. Give it a chance and don't look at the points-board.
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