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LOIS is a tense, three-part thriller series based on the books by Simone van de Vlugt. The eponymous main character,Lois Elzinga, works as a police detective in the Dutch town of Alkmaar and every week a new, complex case lands on her desk.
But after twenty minutes switched to a rerun of a real detective and had a better time. Storyline weak, acting abyssmal and slooow. The latter would not have been a problem if the plot and characters generated any interest. Pity, as my wife and myself hail from Alkmaar and were curious to see the beautiful city as a backdrop.
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