Detective Inspector Irene Huss: The Torso
On a beach in Gothenburg found parts of a dismembered man's body. The only thing that is going on, a tattoo on the torso. Irene Huss find a similar previous cases that will take her to Copenhagen, where she is forced to look for a friend's daughter who disappeared. Likfyndet will be the prelude to more nasty murders that lead Irene in Copenhagen underworld.
- Stars:Angela Kovacs, Jenny Antoni, Lars Bjarke, Lars Brandeby, Eric Ericson, Claus Gerving, Fredrik Hammar, Anders Heinrichsen, Bjarne Henriksen, Junix Inocian, Martin Kjellgren, Emil Klingvall, Mikaela Knapp, Anki Lidén, Evalena Ljung-Kjellberg,
- Director:Martin Asphaug,
- Writer:Stefan Ahnhem (screenplay), Helene Tursten (novel)
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Detective Inspector Irene Huss: The Torso torrent reviews
(it) wrote: Its animation leaves some to be desired and a couple moments are a tad cartoony but the program delivers in showing us the migration of artic dinosaurs that lived in the ancient past. Both children and adults fascinating by dinosaurs should find the recreation of the ancient past fascinating
(ru) wrote: De belles histoires, des personnages attachants, mais parfois un peu lent.
(ru) wrote: View count so far: 3
(au) wrote: 99 is a vey well directed and researched movie which hits the spot very frequently while watching.. It involves great performances by a talented cast. The way it raises so many different questions using a single plot is pretty amazing. Cyrus Broacha will remind you of Seth Rogen. The music is very well composed too. All in all, a very under-rated bollywood film which should have got more recognition.
(de) wrote: Beautiful... Top quality for Thai movie.
(de) wrote: Although there are some problems with this film--the child looks too well-nourished, we have no idea how he gets most of his food on the journey, and the miraculous way he seems to understand other languages is a bit much--there is also much to recommend it. Joan Plowright always delivers a good performance and Jim Caviezel's performance here is good as well. The cinematography is beautiful and the themes of humanity's goo and evil sides are well developed, as is the theme of self-sacrifice and that even in a postwar Europe uneasy with Cold War tensions, some people, including a guard at the slave labor camp, could still care enough about the fate of a child to try to help.
(ca) wrote: Aside from Michelle Pfeiffer, nothing else about this is worth writing home over.
(es) wrote: "Only in America" was about the rise of Don King in the sports industry and, specifically, in boxing. I don't know where Flixster got their description of the film. But, it is wrong!
(mx) wrote: Another underapreciated film . . . Great story about adoption, sadly this happends everyday in america... Good acting-performance by Berry & Lange...
(de) wrote: Tame by today's standards but at the time quite shocking. Good performances are what holds up the film these days.
(us) wrote: Were it not for the dynamic, star-making performance of Edward G. Robinson, "Little Caesar" would be little more than an antiquated curio. But thanks to Robinson, this film dramatization of the rise and fall of Al Capone remains absolutely riveting from start to finish. Robinson's Rico is utterly ruthless and beyond redemption. Unlike Paul Muni's "Scarface" (1932), who could just as easily have been hauled off in a strait jacket rather than be killed in a hail of bullets, there is only one logical conclusion to the story of "Little Caesar." Mother of mercy, is this the end of Rico?
(ru) wrote: Terrible horror movie. The first hour is all set up, detailing the boring lives and adventures of 4 characters with no depth in search of striking it rich by finding the lost son of a former Vice-President. We get to witness lots of meaningless arguments. What we don't get is any tension, any scares or any blood/gore until the final 20 minutes. Then, even in the unrated version, what you get is mild: some skulls, some puncture wounds, and cannibalism off-screen. Waste of time.
(ca) wrote: Maybe the best documentary I've ever seen. I laughed, I wept, I admired George and James. Brilliant