Dicte (2012–2016)
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The police suspect the kidnapper is a gambling addict. Rumors about Nena spread. Victor agrees to go undercover in a casino but gets in over her head.


Kenneth Kainz


Dorthe Warnø Høgh (head writer) (as Dorthe W. Høgh), Dorthe Warnø Høgh | 4 more credits »


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Episode credited cast:
Iben Hjejle ... Dicte Svendsen
Lærke Winther ... Anne Skov Larsen (as Lærke Winther Andersen)
Emilie Kruse ... Rose Svendsen
Dar Salim ... Bo Skytte
Lars Ranthe Lars Ranthe ... Thorsten Svendsen
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Jakob Femerling Andersen ... Baldur
Flemming Enevold Flemming Enevold ... Christian Oxholm
Katrine Falkenberg Katrine Falkenberg ... Adam Wests kone
Rasmus Flensborg ... Jeppe (as Rasmus Kjær Flensborg)
Mathias Sprogøe Fletting Mathias Sprogøe Fletting ... August
Anders Heinrichsen ... Adam West
Mathias Hjørnholt Mathias Hjørnholt ... Daniel
Kristian Ibler Kristian Ibler ... Søren Ramsdahl
Andrea Vagn Jensen ... Louise Holm
Mari-Anne Jespersen Mari-Anne Jespersen ... Merethe Oxholm


The police suspect the kidnapper is a gambling addict. Rumors about Nena spread. Victor agrees to go undercover in a casino but gets in over her head.

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Release Date:

10 October 2016 (Denmark) See more »

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Did You Know?


Iben Hjejle (Dicte) & Anders Heinrichsen (Adam West) also worked together on The Rain (2018) as Ellen & Philip respectively. See more »


The Words
Performed by Dragonborn Featuring Jacob Bellens
Written & Composed by Fridolin Nordsø, Kristian Leth & Jacob Bellens
All Instruments by Dragonborn & Jacob Bellens
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The Price of Addiction
11 August 2018 | by TweekumsSee all my reviews

These comments refer to the whole two part story, not just episode two.

This story opens with Dicte visiting the Tivoli Friheden amusement park; here she sees a crying man wearing a balaclava in the ladies' lavatories... she just assumes he is in fancy dress and leaves. Soon after it is announced that the park is closing early. It turns out there has been a robbery and a security guard was shot and wounded. Dicte writes about what she saw and is soon approached by Nina. It turns out that this crime was almost identical to a previous one but the man responsible for that has a cast iron alibi and claims that he never told anybody how he did it. Dicte returns to the scene and uncovers a second crime in progress; the police arrive and make an arrest but things aren't quite was initially assumed and the case is far from closed. Away from the central mystery it appears that Dicte's relationship with Bo is well and truly over and Nina's problems with her superior get far worse as he fears she is after his job and tries to drive her back to drink.

I found this to be another enjoyable story; the central mystery was enjoyable without being overly complex. Once again Dicte puts herself in a rather foolish amount of danger leading her to conform one armed robber and be kidnapped by a more dangerous character... this isn't too much of a problem as anybody bothered by her recklessness would have dropped the series by now! I was actually more concerned about Nina as her boss tries to undermine her at every opportunity as that sort of bullying feels more real. Stine Stengade does a great job as Nina and Søren Malling impresses as her superior Tonni. As the story ends there are plenty of loose ends that will presumably be wrapped up in the series finale... I look forward to finding out.

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