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The Bridge

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"Five Stars" - by Sarah W
Brilliant storylines and acting. The best Scandi drama out there

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"Five Stars" - by SG
Love this. It is a bit more gruesome than the other 2,but still really good.
Sofia Helin is brilliant.

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"A must watch" - by Elizabeth
This is a great series, have already bought the second series and watched it and will be buying the third series. Be prepared for a binge watch!

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"Five Stars" - by Sarah W
Brilliant storylines and acting. The best Scandi drama out there

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"Not quite a bridge too far" - by Antenna (UK)
In this darkest of Scandinavian noir detective thrillers, the Swedish autistic workaholic Saga joins forces once again with Danish Martin, the once easy-going philanderer now estranged from his partner Mette and traumatised by a ghastly personal tragedy. The complex crime of eco-terrorism which they are required to unravel turns out to be less gripping than the relationships between the main characters. Despite Saga's frequent resemblance to a robot, lack of empathy and wooden quoting from textbooks on how to behave, her acting towards the end is excellent in showing the dawning of emotion in her face as Martin forces her to confront the past events that have so damaged her psyche, and also as she has to deal with a final dilemma. In portraying a busy office where a disparate group of officers are thrown together, working under stress, there are also frequent touches of humour in what might otherwise ... full review

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"Five Stars" - by SG
Love this. It is a bit more gruesome than the other 2,but still really good.
Sofia Helin is brilliant.

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"A must watch" - by Elizabeth
This is a great series, have already bought the second series and watched it and will be buying the third series. Be prepared for a binge watch!

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"Not quite a bridge too far" - by Antenna (UK)
In this darkest of Scandinavian noir detective thrillers, the Swedish autistic workaholic Saga joins forces once again with Danish Martin, the once easy-going philanderer now estranged from his partner Mette and traumatised by a ghastly personal tragedy. The complex crime of eco-terrorism which they are required to unravel turns out to be less gripping than the relationships between the main characters. Despite Saga's frequent resemblance to a robot, lack of empathy and wooden quoting from textbooks on how to behave, her acting towards the end is excellent in showing the dawning of emotion in her face as Martin forces her to confront the past events that have so damaged her psyche, and also as she has to deal with a final dilemma. In portraying a busy office where a disparate group of officers are thrown together, working under stress, there are also frequent touches of humour in what might otherwise ... full review

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"Pure Class." - by David Gibbs (Leeds UK)
This is a class movie all round.Great acting,great direction,great story.Tom Hanks is the new James Stewart in my book.He brings believability to the role and makes you root for him and Mark Rylance is his usual good self.It is nice that movies can still be made without a preponderance of bad language,violence and special effects.A treat.

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"AN EXCELLENT FILM. VERY WELL DIRECTED WITH AN EXCELLENT SCRIPT" - by Amazon Customer
AN EXCELLENT FILM. VERY WELL DIRECTED WITH AN EXCELLENT SCRIPT. ONLY CLINT EASTWOOD COULD PRODUCE SUCH A WONDERFUL FILM. I COULD REALLY WATCH THIS FILM OVER AND OVER AGAIN! A TRUE LOVE STORY.

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"Hilter has only got one ba,,." - by Ivan (Mid England)
Jolly spiffing film.
An absorbing study in obsession where any notion of right and wrong seems to be entirely predicated on subjective notions of duty, regardless of consequence. A remarkable eye opener.