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And now... I'll take away your faith.
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This is the best chapter among the three, in my opinion. "Department Q" is a honest, low-flying franchise; it does few things, but does them very well. It's some kind of a very very good, 2-hours long tv episode. It keeps you hooked till the end (that's something very important in crime fiction), while entertaining you with good photography, good acting, and some tongue-in-cheek humor.
A special mention for the lead actor, that delivers an outstanding interpretation here, something worth of Hollywood in my opinion.
Recommended for a relaxing evening at home, it's fiction with no flaws. On a side note, some sequences in all three movies are violent or gory and can be disturbing to some.
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