An old note is found in a bottle in Jutland which has traveled very long across the ocean a long time ago. The note is hard to decipher, but when the Danish investigator from Section Q receives it, the odd personalities within the section find a new angle on it and try to unveil yet another old and diabolic case even though the lead is cold.Written by
Britt Engelhard Jadesø
Before filming began, the film was already sold to more than 15 countries. See more »
The Train is a German DB train and not a Danish DSB train.
Actually the part with the DB train could be true to reality as some DB trains do extend their trips to Jutland in Denmark e.g. to Fredericia. But nowadays it is not possible to board a DB train at the town of Hadsten which has a quite small station being served by Danish regional trains. There is no connection by German IC Trains to Hadsten. See more »
The Lord's Disciples believe Jesus was born in Texas. We're obviously dealing with retards.
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It might seem that there is a decline in the movies, but this is still rock solid. I can only imagine that the book is even more than that. It has characters from the previous movies (and books of course) and has a case that is pretty strong. You don't have the urgent feeling and the playfulness it had in the previous movies. As dark as they got, you always had something light in them.
That's almost missing entirely here. There's still character moments, but strings and things are being said and left on the sideline without giving them a resolution. It's a shame, but the movie is packed so much, that some things have not the punch they deserved to have and should have had. Still the movie and especially the villain are great. And it's not so much about who it is, but why he is and where and how to find him ...
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