After a long sick leave and recovery police detective Peter Wendel is back on duty. He is commissioned to form a new team to reopen unresolved murder cases, however he soon finds himself ...
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After a long sick leave and recovery police detective Peter Wendel is back on duty. He is commissioned to form a new team to reopen unresolved murder cases, however he soon finds himself with a rather third rank and conflicting staff. Soon they are in the center of a new case. An unknown murderer claims that Sweden's most infamous murderer is a fraud - that he never committed the murders he's jailed for. High reaching implications are to be exposed, involving even the Swedish government.
I'm about 4 series into my discovery of Scandinavian Noir and rather enjoyed this one. I had no idea Robert Gutsafsson was a known comedic actor until I read other reviews which made me enjoy his performance as Peter even more. But my favorite thing about this one is the performances by the ladies. Ia Langhammer steals every scene she's in. She's simply magical! Maria Sondbom Lorelius is daring as she finds her way to her own brand of justice in a male dominated world. I'm also such a fan of the b story with Christopher Wagelin and Louise Peteroff. She's the wild card of the bunch but you always know to trust her instincts. Beautifully shot and yet another series I stand in amazement of set decoration and lighting. I swear Swedes are the most clean living people on the planet. Looking forward to another season.
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