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‘The Guilty’ Review

Stars: Jakob Cedergren, Jessica Dinnage, Omar Shargawi, Johan Olsen, Jacob Lohmann, Katinka Evers-Jahnsen, Simon Bennebjerg, Jeanette Lindbaek, Laura Bro, Morten Suurballe, Guuled Abdi Youssef, Caroline Løppke, Peter Christoffersen, Nicolai Wendelboe | Written by Gustav Möller, Emil Nygaard Albertsen | Directed by Gustav Möller

Alarm dispatcher Asger Holm answers an emergency call from a kidnapped woman. When the call is suddenly disconnected, the search for the woman and her kidnapper begins. With the phone as his only tool, Asger enters a race against time to save the endangered woman. But soon he realizes that he is dealing with a crime that is far bigger than he first thought.

Gustav Möller’s Den skyldige, or in international territories The Guilty, is a simplistic masterstroke of cinematic intensity and atmospheric narrative. Taking place primarily in one claustrophobic albeit vastly atmospheric setting at an emergency service office with desk jockey Asger Holm, played by the extravagantly
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LevelK acquires Danish family action feature 'Hacker' (exclusive)

LevelK acquires Danish family action feature 'Hacker' (exclusive)
Poul Berg’s feature debut was developed in cooperation with fellow Emmy nominee Kalle Bjerkø.

LevelK has acquired world sales rights for Poul Berg’s Danish family action film Hacker.

The film marks the feature debut for Emmy nominee Berg, whose TV credits include Ride Upon The Storm, Mille and Limbo.

The script has been developed in cooperation with writer Kalle Bjerkø, Emmy nominee 2012 for Boxhead.

Signe Leick Jensen and Morten Kaufmann produce for Toolbox Film, with Cinenic Film as co-producer. Backers include The Danish Film Institute, Dr TV, The Swedish Film Institute, Svt, Scanbox Entertainment, LevelK and Creative Europe/Media.
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‘Skybound’ Review

Stars: Scarlett Byrne, Rick Cosnett, Gavin Stenhouse, Tyler Fayose, Carla Carolina Pimentel, Morten Suurballe | Written and Directed by Alex Tavakoli

Skybound is a 2017 survival/adventure film about a group of beautiful, wealthy, young adults aboard a private jet when a disastrously world-changing event occurs. Matt (Rick Cosnett) is trying to impress his new girlfriend, Lisa (Scarlett Byrne), by taking her on a weekend get-a-way leaving the East Coast for a short vacation on the West Coast because Matt’s parents are crazy rich and he has lacks any responsibilities. Matt and Lisa are greeted at the jet by Matt’s slightly shady brother, Kyle (Gavin Stenhouse, and two friends, Odin (Tyler Fayose) and Roxy (Carla Pimentel). Together, our gang boards the jet when their situation almost immediately goes sideways.

Skybound is a film that works within its limits. As an independent B-movie, writer and director Alex Tavakoli knows he’s
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Review Round-Up: ‘Chasing the Dragon’ & ‘Skybound’

Chasing The Dragon

Stars: Donnie Yen, Andy Lau, Philip Keung, Wilfred Lau, Wilfred Lau, Kent Cheng, Bryan Larkin, Ben Ng, Ken Tong, Niki Chow, Michelle Hu, Wai-Man Chan, Lawrence Chou, Wong Chun, Jai Day | Written and Directed by Wong Jing

Crippled Ho, an illegal immigrant from mainland China sneaks into British-colonized Hong Kong in 1963, a den of corruption, drugs and violence. Working as a thug for a local gang, Ho comes to the attention of corrupt cop Lee Rock. The unlikely duo team up and set about taking over the city’s thriving, dangerous underworld.

Directed by Hong Kong film veteran Wong Jing (God of Gamblers), Chasing the Dragon has been described as a Chinse version of Scarface – and its easy to see why. Both films are something of a period piece: Scarface was set in the opulent 80s when drug dealers became rock stars, whereas Chasing the Dragon is set in the corrupt,
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Trailer for Skybound starring Rick Cosnett and Scarlett Byrne

Sp Releasing and High Octane Pictures have unveiled a trailer for the airborne thriller Skybound, which stars Rick Cosnett (The Flash), Scarlett Byrne (Harry Potter), Gavin Stenhouse (Black Mirror) and Morten Suurballe (The Killing). Check it out below, along with the poster and synopsis…

Flight Plan meets Non-Stop in director Alex Tavakolis’ airborne sci-fi action-thriller that sees some of today’s hottest young stars battling more in the air than just turbulence! Five plane passengers are unable to land after a mysterious disaster happens on the ground, but they may be in worse danger than they thought when a stowaway is discovered on board carrying a dangerous secret.

Skybound is set for release on Tuesday, November 11th.
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The Killing III finale: episodes nine and 10

Sarah Lund's final adventure is all played out. So is she the ultimate hero - or no better than the kidnapper she spent the series pursuing? What did you make of her exit?

Spoiler Alert: This blog is for people watching Forbrydelsen III (The Killing III) on BBC4. Do not read on if you haven't seen episodes nine and 10.

Catch up on the episodes seven and eight blog

The Forbrydelsen trilogy is notable for its focus on family which, in its final scenes, was once more pushed to the forefront. Lund, the woman who has spent these three adventures failing at relationships with her son, her mother and her partner, finally had a happy family life within her grasp. Mark, Eva, her mother, the baby all moved into Lund's home waiting for her return; Borch, the one that got away, determined that this time neither of them would; Lund thinking of their future home,
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Sarah Lund: Natalie Haynes's guide to TV detectives #22

Without Sofie Gråbøl as Sarah Lund, The Killing would be just another sad-eyed, bleak-skied crime drama. With her, it's the most compelling thing on TV

Spoiler alert: We have tried to keep series three spoilers out of this piece and talk about Sarah Lund in general, as we know not everyone is quite up-to-date with the latest season. (If you are, please do take a look at our episode blog.) However, if you're lagging behind, you might want to be careful in the comments.

When The Killing first appeared on BBC4 in the spring of 2011, no one could have predicted its total cultural penetration. Not only did its viewing figures trump those of other cult shows such as Mad Men in the UK, but they did so in spite of it being in Danish with subtitles, and it showing sunlight for, at most, three minutes in any episode. It also
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The Bridge: season one, episodes three and four

Action packed episodes that began to offer glimpses of the Truth Terrorist and his personality – as well as showing us more of the Saga and Martin doubleact

Spoiler Alert: This blog is for those watching The Bridge on BBC4. If you haven't seen episodes three and four, do not read on – and if you've seen futher in the series, please do not leave spoilers.

Vicky Frost's episodes one and two blog

Hello one and all, and welcome to tonight's blog. Lovely to see so many of you turn out last week – not just for the after-show chat, but also the programme itself: it got an audience of more than 1 million, which is enormous for a BBC4 show. Admittedly, 10 times more people watched The Voice, but then it isn't performed in two different languages, subtitled, and fronted by a kick-ass detective in leather trousers who thinks looking at corpses on a
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