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Thea Green Lundberg,
I am not a fam of Scandinavian detective series, but I have dared to look again.
The first two episodes were not bad, except for one thing. The acting of the actor who played the corrupt police officer was extremely weak. From episode 3 the level of the script goes down very fast. There are so many weird turns in it that it becomes ridiculous. The end is very strange, because you don't even know who is arrested. I promised myself that this is the last Scandinavian detective I have seen.
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