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The EU interprets the missile downing of a Finnish fighter aircraft as an attack on the EU and votes on a resolution for Russia to exit Norway. They also want Anita to stand down.

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Jo Nesbø (original idea), Karianne Lund (creator) | 4 more credits »
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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Henrik Mestad Henrik Mestad ... Jesper Berg
Ane Dahl Torp ... Bente Norum
Eldar Skar ... Hans Martin Djupvik
Janne Heltberg Janne Heltberg ... Anita Rygh
Selome Emnetu ... Hilde Djupvik (credit only)
Ingeborga Dapkunaite ... Irina Sidorova
Stig R. Amdam Stig R. Amdam ... Harald Vold (as Stig Amdam)
Sacha Slengesol Balgobin Sacha Slengesol Balgobin ... Mina (as Sacha Balgobin)
Henrik Eilif Borge Henrik Eilif Borge ... Leon Tangen (as Henrik E Borge)
Kristin Braut-Solheim Kristin Braut-Solheim ... Maja Norum
Hans Olav Brenner Hans Olav Brenner ... Lukas Pedersen
Thea Green Lundberg Thea Green Lundberg ... Frida Engø
Kari Holtan Kari Holtan ... Annette Kleven
Lydia Indjova Lydia Indjova ... Nadja Minikov
Britt Langlie Britt Langlie ... Karin Rygh
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The EU interprets the missile downing of a Finnish fighter aircraft as an attack on the EU and votes on a resolution for Russia to exit Norway. They also want Anita to stand down.

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Drama | Thriller

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Country:

Norway

Language:

Norwegian

Release Date:

10 November 2017 (Norway) See more »

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Intriguing What If
15 September 2018 | by polsixeSee all my reviews

And so Season 2 ends, story arcs on Jesper Berg, Anita Rygh, Bente Norum and Hans Martin Djupvik move along, intersecting. Story telling makes perhaps too much use of characters watching TV News which is used to explain things and move the plots. Not a lot of humour, but these are grim times what with the Russians in place. Well made and a good series overall, albeit a bit of a Norwegian wet dream.


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