The Killing (2007–2012)
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Episode #1.5 

Thursday, November 6-Friday, November 7. Hartmann has won a new political ally, but is drawn into the murder case again when the police uncover new information which turns their suspicions ... See full summary »

Director:

Henrik Ruben Genz

Writers:

Søren Sveistrup (creator), Per Daumiller (screenplay) | 2 more credits »
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Cast

Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Sofie Gråbøl ... Sarah Lund
Lars Mikkelsen ... Troels Hartmann
Bjarne Henriksen ... Theis Birk Larsen
Ann Eleonora Jørgensen ... Pernille Birk Larsen
Søren Malling ... Jan Meyer
Marie Askehave ... Rie Skovgaard
Farshad Kholghi Farshad Kholghi ... Rama
Troels II Munk Troels II Munk ... Erik Buchard
Bent Mejding Bent Mejding ... Poul Bremer
Michael Moritzen Michael Moritzen ... Morten Weber
Julie R. Ølgaard ... Nanna Birk Larsen (as Julie Ølgaard)
Laura Christensen ... Lisa
Cyron Melville ... Oliver Schandorff
Casper Steffensen Casper Steffensen ... Jeppe Hald
Nicolaj Kopernikus ... Vagn Skærbæk
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Storyline

Thursday, November 6-Friday, November 7. Hartmann has won a new political ally, but is drawn into the murder case again when the police uncover new information which turns their suspicions towards teachers at Nanna's school. Theis Birk Larsen is troubled by the financial strain of the house he bought before Nanna's death. He begins to grow weary over the lack of progress in the case and seeks his own sources of information. Written by Peter Brandt Nielsen

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Country:

Denmark

Language:

Danish | German | English

Release Date:

4 February 2007 (Denmark) See more »

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Color
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Goofs

Around 00:32:07, an eaten banana is in front of Sarah and one entire is in front of Jan. On the next shot, there is two entire bananas in front of Jan. On the next shot, the eaten banana is in front of Sarah again. See more »

Soundtracks

The Four Seasons
Composed by Antonio Vivaldi
Performed by Boston Symphony Orchestra with Joseph Silverstein
Conducted by Seiji Ozawa
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