Bron/Broen (2011–2018)
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Episode #3.6 

Saga and Henrik see a connection between the victims and some artwork hanging in a museum. All of the artwork is owned by Freddie Holst, a well-known and successful Danish business man.

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Hans Rosenfeldt (head writer), Camilla Ahlgren (storyline) | 8 more credits »
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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Sofia Helin ... Saga
Thure Lindhardt ... Henrik
Dag Malmberg ... Hans
Sarah Boberg ... Lillian
Maria Kulle Maria Kulle ... Linn
Rafael Pettersson Rafael Pettersson ... John
Nicolas Bro ... Freddie
Sarah-Sofie Boussnina ... Jeanette
Michael Slebsager Michael Slebsager ... Marc
Ida Engvoll ... Tina
Louise Peterhoff ... Annika
Reuben Sallmander ... Claes
Anna Björk Anna Björk ... Åsa
Ann Petrén ... Marie-Louise
Katrine Greis-Rosenthal ... Alice
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Saga and Henrik see a connection between the victims and some artwork hanging in a museum. All of the artwork is owned by Freddie Holst, a well-known and successful Danish business man.

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Hollow Talk
Written by Jannis Noya Makrigiannis, Anders Rhedin and Fridolin Nordsø
Performed by Choir of Young Believers
Sony/ATV Music Publishing Scandinavia
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A great, but not quite excellent episode
16 September 2020 | by yavermbiziSee all my reviews

My overall rating of "Bron/Broen"'s Season 3: 6/10

This episode, the best I've seen of the series so far, represents much of what makes "Bron/Broen" so good. The plot grows more complicated, and the actors all give great, convincing performances. In this middle part of the season things we were initially shown shine in a new light or are turned on their heads, rewarding the inquisitive, attentive and imaginative among the audience. Tina appears in the flesh for the first time and turns out to be an interesting minor character, and while I don't enjoy her character arc's conclusion that much, it's a shame this deep-voiced and beautiful lady with a positively mercantile attitude plays such a small role overall. Henrik's storyline and character continue to deepen and fascinate, and combined with Saga's they make for a second-to-none viewing.

As for the bad stuff... Saga's cemetery visit is contrived and goes against what the character has stood for, only being there to advance the plot (not unlike Martin's infidelity or Rasmus' mess-ups in the prior two seasons). In addition, while perhaps realistic, the backlash against Tina is nonsensical, although I can't say that she's done nothing wrong - the visit to Benjamin's mom was certainly an awful call, and made for an unpleasant and unjustified scene.

(I've watched this series in original languages with English subtitles)


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1 November 2015 (Denmark) See more »

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Danmarks Radio (DR) See more »
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