Wallander (2005–2013)
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When a restauranteur is abducted, Wallander's investigation leads him to suspect the Malmö police might be involved.

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Lisa Ohlin

Writers:

Henning Mankell (characters), Björn Paqualin (screenplay) | 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 ... Martinsson
Mats Bergman ... Nyberg
Sven Ahlström Sven Ahlström ... Mattson
Stina Ekblad ... Karin
Fredrik Gunnarsson ... Svartman (as Fredrik Gunnarson)
Marianne Mörck Marianne Mörck ... Ebba
Linda Ritzen Linda Ritzen ... Jenny Blom (as Linda Ritzén)
Per Graffman ... Ivan Salino
Olle Jansson Olle Jansson ... Thorson
Johannes Kuhnke ... Olle Tjäder (as Johannes Bah Kuhnke)
Lisa Linnertorp Lisa Linnertorp ... Ulrika Tjäder
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When a restauranteur is abducted, Wallander's investigation leads him to suspect the Malmö police might be involved.

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Swedish | Italian | English

Release Date:

21 June 2014 (UK) See more »

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Yellow Bird See more »
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Final episode of Wallander See more »

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Santa Lucia
written & performed by Bob Barratt & Colin Frechter
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The End of Wallander?
21 December 2013 | by milton-freddySee all my reviews

I was a bit sad, when I realized that Kurt Wallander was hit by Alzheimers. As I thought this meant the end of him as crime investigator. On top of this the whole unit in Ystad was threatened on its existence. It did survive, however, and Kurt has a daughter, so a continuation of the Wallander series is not quite impossible, but it will not be the same. In England they continued the legendary Morse series with his sidekick Lewis, maintaining the low key British detection tradition, which also was apparent in the Wallander series, much to my liking. Many of the episodes were not outstanding, but the series all together painted a sympathetic picture of the atmosphere from southern Sweden, so it was with pleasure and anticipation I renewed acquaintance with Wallander when new seasons appeared. Henning Mankell has accomplished a fine job putting the initial episodes together from which the rest of the series sprang. If episode 32 is the end, Wallander will be missed.


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