A mother sends postcards to her estranged son and daughter inviting them back to the guest house they grew up in. She gives each of her children one piece of advice and leaves them to ponder the meaning.
During a snowy Christmas season in Sweden, psychologist and profiler Inger Johanne Vik finds not only herself but also her autistic daughter drawn into the investigation of a number of disturbing deaths.
The brutal murder of a French citizen sees French homicide investigator Kahina Zadi (Leïla Bekhti) go to Kiruna, Sweden. Together with Rutger Burlin (Peter Stormare) she begins an investigation that soon takes on staggering proportions.
Frank Nordling is a young and exceptionally promising defense lawyer. When Frank learns the truth behind his parents' death, his whole world unravels. As children, Frank and his sister Sara... See full summary »
Thomas Bo Larsen
Wow, was a complex story to follow. Good acting, nice performances. Storyline had a few holes in it, but artistic license is a good excuse, and there were only a couple or so. There was some glossy stylised terrorism scenes, they do add to the tension, but those can be ignored if it isn't your bag. Something that cant be ignored is the violence. Not that there is too much of it, but it i designed to pull you in emotionally and it certainly does do that. By the end of it I found myself both liking the main terrorist char, but also hating him. And the series does that all the way through with most of the characters,they are quite complicated chars.
Overall a little lightweight compared to The Bridge (9/10 for me), but weightier than Borgen (7/10)
Strange ending considering there isn't a 2nd series and nothing is planned.
See for yourself, worth spending your time on though,
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