Tabloid journalist Annika Bengtzon is writing about a murder in the port of Stockholm and she suspects that the Yugoslav mafia is involved. However, she also finds links to a foundation ...
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Tabloid journalist Annika Bengtzon is writing about a murder in the port of Stockholm and she suspects that the Yugoslav mafia is involved. However, she also finds links to a foundation that runs a shelter for battered women, Paradiset. Looking for a good story she also meets a welfare official, Thomas, who also thinks that the foundation should be looked into.Written by
This Swedish action movie (or maybe it is a thriller) is of no interest for those who don't live in a Swedish environment and don't read Swedish evening papers. The first part, "Sprängaren", was better. The intrigues at the editor's office was more funny there, more ironic and with more interesting people.
The Yugoslav gangsters here are nothing more than evil characters like those in Donald Duck. Helena Bergström is all right in the main part, but doesn't she have any other ambition than to appear in her husband's, Colin Nutley's, films? He has got quite a register, but that doesn't mean he is good on everything. Especially not in making thrillers.
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