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Those Who Kill: The Complete Series [DVD]
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From the director of THE KILLING and based on an original idea by best-selling Danish crime novelist Elsebeth Egholm, THOSE WHO KILL is gripping, edge of your seat television and the ultimate crime thriller. Police detectives Katrina Ries Jensen and Thomas Schaeffer are investigating a series of gruesome murders that are attracting widespread public attention. As they embark in a race against time to track down the killer they must develop an understanding of the victims and of the killer s psychology only then can they hope to catch him.
Please note: This television series contains Danish audio, with English subtitles.
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Criminal commissioner Katrina Ries Jensen and legal psychiatrist Thomas Schaeffer are part of a unique police unit investigating a series of gruesome serial killings.. In each case they face dangerous threats in the race to uncover the bizarre motives and patterns of the killer. Only once they have an understanding of the victims and of the killer s psychology can they hope to catch him. Based on an original idea by best-selling Danish crime novelist Elsebeth Egholm, THOSE WHO KILL is a gripping crime thriller that will keep you guessing.
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Screened from March 2011 in Denmark ,the series was screened in the UK on ITV3 in February and March 2012.
The first mystery involves a serial killer is just under 90 minutes long is enjoyable and makes me want to check out the rest of the series.
Bodies are discovered in a forest north of Copenhagen and young, ambitious DCI Katrine Ries Jensen (played by Laura Bach) is eventually assigned the case. She wants to have Schaeffer assist her much to Bisgaard's annoyance. Eventually she gets her way and Schaeffer becomes part of the team.
Bach is just as good as the male stars of the show. Unlike The Killing, we do not get to see much of the character behind Katrine. In The Killing we had excellent exposure to the person behind the cop DCI Sarah Lund.
Guest starring in this story is Carsten Bjørnlund as Adam Krogh. Bjørnlund appears in The Killing 2 as Major Christian Søgaard.
Story 2 features guest actor is Swede David Dencik (Brotherhood [DVD]). The story starts with the discovery of a family murdered in their home. Curious Schaeffer turns up and is promptly arrested!Read more ›
It IS apparent right from the beginning that this is a very different style because where it took 20 episodes to reveal the perpetrator in The Killing, Those Who Kill lets us know within the first 20 minutes and the focus then changes to trying to understand the killer's motive/mind which will help solve the crimes rather than following the normal police work of interviews etc. (and of course the victim's family) as is the case in The Killing.
The full series has 10 episodes; and for every two episodes, a new serial killer turns up, which again makes it possible to combine them to a total of 5 feature length movies. (there is a 6th storyline which will be released as a separate movie and which is not officially part of this first - and only - season).
The first two episodes take off when the body of a young female is found in a forest north of Copenhagen. The young Detective Chief Inspector, Katrine Ries Jensen, is put in charge of her first murder case and chooses to work with the intellectual and shy Forensic Psychiatrist, Thomas Schaeffer, to solve the murder. Katrine and Thomas succeed in tracking down the killer but he gets away and after his first meeting with Katrine he picks her as his next victim.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Saw the first two or three episodes whilst working a night shift, and was hooked immediately! This is what good tv looks like!Published 1 month ago by Sneaker Freak
Huge chunks of dialogue not subtitled....a good watch if you give 100% concentration. Very frustrating.Published 1 month ago by fibutton
Good solid show with one draw back. Such a traumatized child hood would have rendered the female lead unable to perform on the job. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Pulpman
I have just finished watching this series and for most of the time i must admit the female leads character was a constant irritation. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Leila