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Hans Petter Moland
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Britt Engelhard Jadesø
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And now... I'll take away your faith.
You're wasting time. I don't believe in God. I don't believe in anything. Take me instead, Johannes, take me instead.
You're rescuing people you've never met. Of course you have faith. I've never met anyone, who's had as much faith as you...
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When I went to see the film The Keeper of Lost Causes, I loved the movie so much that when I discovered it was one in a trilogy called Department Q, I had to see the others. I saw the second of the movies, The Absent One and was as impressed with it as the first. Now I'm up to A Conspiracy of Faith and I'm Definitely impress with the trilogy as a whole, but must confess, this is the weakest out of them all.
In A Conspiracy of Faith, police detective Carl ls burnt out and needs some resurgence that his job is worth it as he works the cold case Department Q. This comes at a bad time when Department Q catches the case of a 3 year old murder, and discover the killer is not done killing.
The movie takes a certain turn away form the other two. The case is not as complex, it's more right in your face, which allows for more action. It's the type of format I would expect from the second movie not the third.
On it's own A Conspiracy of Faith is a suspenseful action thriller, that's straight up protagonist vs. antagonist with a lot of dark themes and concepts that make for a remarkable film.
As part of the Department Q trilogy, it's new take on the crime drama series makes it fall into the third movie cruse.
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