Annika Bengtzon: Crime Reporter - Prime Time
It is Midsummer's Eve and ten people are on a deserted castle for a TV recording. The next morning the program leader is shot dead. Kvällspressens Annika Bengtzon a mandate to monitor the murder, but she soon learns that her best friend Anne Snapphanevägen is one of the ten suspects. When the police released all one after another - all except Anne - it becomes personal for Bengtzon who will do anything to exonerate her friend.
- Stars:Henrik Rafaelsen, Egil Birkeland, Kim Eidhagen, Solvei Grimen Fosse, Ina Therese Lerner Grevstad, Malin Crépin, Björn Kjellman, Leif Andrée, Kajsa Ernst, Erik Johansson, Felix Engström, Richard Ulfsäter, Moa Gammel, Josephine Bornebusch, Maria Kulle, Göran Stangertz, Gustav Levin, Jakob Hultcrantz Hansson, Malin Buska, Anneli Martini,
- Director:Agneta Fagerström-Olsson,
- Writer:Alex Haridi (screenplay), Liza Marklund (novel)
As the recording of a TV show has come to an end, a popular television presenter, Michelle Carlsson, is mysteriously killed. Annika Bengtzon, a workaholic and a criminal reporter at the ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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(it) wrote: I expected The Butler to be about mainly just a life spent serving presidents, but the film is much more than that. Packed with an amazing cast, a compelling nature and a strong story, The Butler is an amazingly well done film that captures civil rights history.The Butler tells the true story of Cecil Gaines, a top White House butler who served Presidents Eisenhower through Reagan. Gaines also tries to adjust to a changing America during the 1960s civil rights movement, where he builds a damaged relationship with his son, a strong civil rights activist.The Butler is impressive. Time and history is a common theme and it stays through the film and after. Characters evolve and time evolves. The film displays a compelling nature that focuses on both presidencies but more on the civil rights movement. Whitaker does such a realistic job at his character that really drawed me in. As the character grows older, I felt more and more interested in him and had more respect in his actions. Gaines has such a well made story and it is displayed excellently on screen. Even Oprah displays an impressive performance that makes you forget that it's Oprah, a realistic performance that goes hand in hand with Whitaker. The character of Louis stays true as a stepping stone and made me both love and hate him. He means well but there are times when the character, much like the film's common theme, evolves. The Butler isn't just the story of a presidential butler, or even a biopic. It's history. It displays a misleading message with its poster themes of a presidential setup but the film focuses deeply and passionately on the evolution of the 1960s civil rights movement that ends the film on the inauguration of Barack Obama. You either love The Butler or you immediately find it to be sappy and a bit exaggerated. I find that the film does an exceptional job at shooting directly for the viewers' newfound respect for certain characters. It knows how to get bigger and better as it goes on. The characters and sensational performances make The Butler a great film and a modern day must see.
(ag) wrote: WASTE OF TIME....Really bad, don't recommend it at all
(ru) wrote: This one's Netflix writeup looked interesting, so I ordered it. I now realize that it's but one of a series of made-for-TV movies, but this one was so good I've ordered the others. I was reminded of Clint Eastwood's Mystic River, but I think these movies are better. Tom Selleck is perfect for this type of role, and has probably found his second professional niche. Alcoholic former-big-city small town sheriffs rule!
(de) wrote: Ahhh looney tunes, a classic and decently funny amount of action, this movie was pretty good.
(it) wrote: Andy Sandburg's first major film that wasn't nearly his best, yet it's fun watching him and all the future comedy stars try.
(us) wrote: this is again one of those films that is hard to review.. but here goes:If you liked Control and 24 Hour People, you'll probably like this documentary film about the band called Joy Division. The film manages to describe the atmosphere that was evident around the time when the band was becoming famous. Council estates, punk rock, unemployment and the Manchester scene..The film tells its story through band members, Tony Wilson and Ian Curtis's girlfriend Annik Honore (NB! Curtis was married and had a child with Deborah Curtis). Towards the end the most touching scenes are seen when the cast recount their memories of the last days and the suicide of Ian Curtis.There's something beautiful in the sombre nature of Joy Division's music and the documentary made me want to listen to the albums again.
(kr) wrote: A heartfelt celebration of Cinema, this project pushes the director's creativity in each short, produced using the original Lumiere cameras. What happens next in the Lynch short????
(br) wrote: 'City of Women' is not exactly a bad film but it is nevertheless tedious to watch. Too much screaming and not a moment of rest or thoughtfulness. I liked 'Roma' and 'La Dolce Vita' very much, and adopted 'Satyricon' as one the more personal films. 'City of Women's' satire is dull, and the film passes the point after which the endless chatter of the methodically self-centered and unreflective characters just becomes too much. Not very intelligent.
(au) wrote: in a splendid way, it shows the human being torn between the serenity of the typical family life and the Mission. a great one!
(de) wrote: Un clasico quien mato a quien, a bordo de un tren. Inclasificable historia, a medio camino entre el western y la cronica de misterio Hitchcockiana. Bueno, eso es para ser benevolente, ya que hay que admitir que es una pelicula floja que se sostiene solo en la solvencia del reparto. Siendo una premisa a la cual se le podria haber sacado mucho mas, la menoscaba el inestable guion y una labor de direccion que no pasa de lo funcional, tirando para lo mediocre. Pese a todo, no alcanza a aburrir y es un deber para cualquier fanatico de Charles Bronson. Destacan algunas secuencias de accion realizadas con mucha clase. Entretenida.
(ag) wrote: Ted Levine's voice. Something about it just commands a certain level of fear and respect. If I heard that voice on a CB radio, I sure as hell wouldn't be pulling pranks on it. Regrettably, Levine goes uncredited for his role. Everything else is entirely forgettable once the film is over. One viewing, if any, is all you'll need.
(gb) wrote: Though it was better than the first one, it was forgettable.