An intensive look at the investigation into a missing person's case turned murder investigation. We feel frustration and desperation with the Copenhagen Police Force as they painstakingly do what they can to prove their case. Great performances all around, along with fantastic directing and editing, make this a poignant slow-burn drama that is well worth sticking with.
Decent performances couldn't save this ultimately mediocre crime-drama series. The leads shine in their roles, but the mystery and outcome are predictable and the pace is set to slower-than-a-snail. The tension between the male leads is nonexistent until the very end. The family dynamics and parallels keep things interesting, but the writing wasn't sharp enough to successfully elaborate on any of that. Plus, dumb things happened that don't make sense. I did want to see it all through, though me and my wife were able to see it all coming. Both Aiden Young and Sam Tremmell should be seen more in general. It's a slightly interesting whodunnit that focuses more on the family dynamics on both sides of the crime. There are worst ways to spend ten hours. It could have gone without two of them.
Bonkers story that's definitely stranger than fiction. A rabbit hole that fully utilizes its many hours to tell this bizarre and deep story. The take away is definitely don't try to capture wildlife. S- will f- your life up.
Fantastic, gripping, docs-series about a modern Nazi war criminal trial that reinvented how these trials are heard. Both justice and injustice are served, but the story itself keeps you getting if it's one that you are unfamiliar with. Absolutely worth watching in today's climate.