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Saknaden 

When a teenage girl is found dismembered, Wallander has to investigate the milieu of human trafficking. However, because of his memory loss, he is not in charge; Martinsson is, and the two do not agree on who the culprit is.

Director:

Agneta Fagerström-Olsson (as Agneta Fagerström Olsson)

Writers:

Malin Lagerlöf (screenplay), Lovisa Milles (script editor) | 2 more credits »
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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Krister Henriksson ... Kurt Wallander
Charlotta Jonsson Charlotta Jonsson ... Linda Wallander
Leonard Terfelt Leonard Terfelt ... Hans von Enke
Signe Dahlkvist Signe Dahlkvist ... Klara Wallander
Douglas Johansson Douglas Johansson ... Martinsson
Mats Bergman ... Nyberg
Fredrik Gunnarsson ... Svartman (as Fredrik Gunnarson)
Malena Engström Malena Engström ... Bea
Stina Ekblad ... Karin
Marianne Mörck Marianne Mörck ... Ebba
Sven Ahlström Sven Ahlström ... Mattson
Elisabet Carlsson Elisabet Carlsson ... Jenny (as Elisabeth Carlsson)
Henrik Norlén ... Johan Hermansson
Johan Hedenberg ... Bosse Herlitz
Mitcho Batalov ... Tigran Perski
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When a teenage girl is found dismembered, Wallander has to investigate the milieu of human trafficking. However, because of his memory loss, he is not in charge; Martinsson is, and the two do not agree on who the culprit is.

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Language:

Swedish | English | Romanian

Release Date:

7 June 2014 (UK) See more »

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Yellow Bird See more »
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The title "Saknaden" translates in English to "The Missing. See more »

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Disco Tiraspol
written & performed by Jonas Jansson
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