Bron/Broen (The Bridge): Season 3 (2015)

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Bron/Broen (The Bridge)

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Detectives from Denmark and Sweden join forces to catch a killer when a body is discovered on a bridge that connects the two countries.

Cast

Kim Bodnia
as Martin Rohde
Sofia Helin
as Saga Norén
Dag Malmberg
as Hans Petterson
Christian Hillborg
as Daniel Ferbé
Puk Scharbau
as Mette Rohde
Thure Lindhardt
as Henrik Saboe
Sarah Boberg
as Lillian
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Critic Reviews for Bron/Broen (The Bridge) Season 3

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Is The Bridge the same without Martin/Kim? Of course it isn't. It's different. But the good news is it's still brilliant, just differently brilliant.

Oct 24, 2017 | Full Review…

Audience Reviews for Bron/Broen (The Bridge): Season 3

  • Feb 26, 2018
    Excellent crime series
  • Jan 10, 2018
    Removing main character is not good idea.
  • Mar 19, 2017
    This is more a review about all 3 seasons. I chose to watch the Nordic version as I find myself getting more interested in international fare, particularly suspense and mystery. Because the bridge refers to the Oresund Bridge linking Sweden and Denmark, the location even makes it a bit more chilling. Sofia Helin is the star and my favorite character. She's a blend of imperfect beauty, psychological flaws, brilliance and depth which result in her possessing limited social skills which can be viewed both as brutally honest to a fault which causes an element of humor. Her character skillset is central to how she goes about solving gruesome crimes. Each 10 episode season has its own central theme and watching all three seasons in order provides for better continuity and becoming more intimate with all the characters. The themes are creative and dark and remind me somewhat of Criminal Minds. Sofia provides the emotional impact that might cause anyone to reflect on their own flaws. I really enjoyed all of the series, but they sometimes dragged on a bit. The other criticism is that there are subtitles for this version which makes following what is going on a little more awkward. However, you get a feel for the culture, language, geography, and physical layout of Sweden, in particular. 2018 will mark the 4th Series installment. I can hardly wait.

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