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Journal 64 (2018)

Not Rated | | Crime, Mystery, Thriller | 4 October 2018 (Denmark)
A series of mysterious disappearances in 2006 are eerily connected to the same institution.

Director:

Christoffer Boe
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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Nikolaj Lie Kaas ... Carl Mørck
Fares Fares ... Assad
Johanne Louise Schmidt Johanne Louise Schmidt ... Rose
Søren Pilmark ... Marcus Jacobsen
Fanny Bornedal ... Nete (ung) (as Fanny Leander Bornedal)
Clara Rosager ... Rita
Luise Skov ... Gitte Charles
Amanda Radeljak ... Nour
Anders Hove ... Curt Wad (ældre)
Nicolas Bro ... Brandt
Elliott Crosset Hove ... Curt Wad (ung)
Birthe Neumann Birthe Neumann ... Nete (ældre)
Anders Juul ... Gunnar
Michael Brostrup Michael Brostrup ... Børge Bak
Marianne Høgsbro Marianne Høgsbro ... Beate Wad
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Storyline

Two workmen make an alarming discovery in an older Copenhagen apartment: hidden behind a false wall are three mummified corpses, sitting around a dining table with one empty seat left. The case quickly ends up on the desk of Detective Superintendent CARL MØRCK and his assistant, ASSAD, and it is up to them to figure out, who the mummies are as well as who the fourth seat is meant for. Carl and Assad put all effort in to finding the tenant of the apartment and they end up finding clues tracing back to the notorious institution for 'wayward' girls on the island of Sprogø, where extreme neglect and medical experiments in forced sterilization are a part of everyday life. Even though the horrors of Sprogø are a closed chapter in Danish history, there are now people claiming the experiments have continued to go on up until today. Carl and Assad start a race against time to prevent new murders and attacks from happening.

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A series of mysterious disappearances in 2006 are eerily connected to the same institution.


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The last installment in the series involving Nikolaj Lie Kaas and Fares Fares See more »

Quotes

Carl Mørck: God is dead. The state fails. But love prevails. If you... If you are lucky.
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Connections

Follows Department Q: The Keeper of Lost Causes (2013) See more »

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Another solid Department Q case!
19 March 2020 | by cliffmerayahSee all my reviews

If you haven't seen the previous episodes, I strongly suggest you do. It explains the bound between the two protagonists. Once again Department Q delivers an emotional and strongly written police adventure. By now it's hard to imagine a movie in these series without the constant switch between past and present. It's an interesting way to uncover the timeline and the motives of each character. It just works really well. Is it the best one in these series? Probably not. But it's still worth your time, even if you haven't seen the previous three films. I hope there will be more of these.


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Country:

Denmark | Germany

Language:

Danish | Arabic | Spanish | German

Release Date:

4 October 2018 (Denmark) See more »

Also Known As:

Journal 64 See more »

Filming Locations:

Copenhagen, Denmark See more »

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Box Office

Budget:

DKK39,000,000 (estimated)

Cumulative Worldwide Gross:

$470,308
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2.39 : 1
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