Dicte: Crime Reporter (2013–2016)
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Enhver Mand er en Ø - del 1 

Dicte learns her father lied to her. A young single mom claims she's being stalked, but Dicte isn't sure she believes her. Nina is sexually harassed.

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Carsten Myllerup

Writers:

Dorthe Warnø Høgh (as Dorthe W. Høgh), Ida Maria Rydén
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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Iben Hjejle ... Dicte Svendsen
Dar Salim ... Bo Skytte
Lærke Winther ... Anne Skov Larsen (as Lærke Winther Andersen)
Lars Ranthe Lars Ranthe ... Thorsten Svendsen
Stine Stengade
Søren Malling ... Tonni
Emilie Kruse ... Rose Svendsen
Claus Riis Østergaard ... Steffen
Laura Christensen ... Maj
Flemming Enevold Flemming Enevold ... Christian Oxholm
Nonkoh Victor Visby Kallon Nonkoh Victor Visby Kallon ... Mikkel
Jakob Femerling Andersen ... Baldur
Igor Egholm ... Alexander
Mari-Anne Jespersen Mari-Anne Jespersen ... Merete Oxholm
Camilla Lau Camilla Lau ... Kim
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Dicte learns her father lied to her. A young single mom claims she's being stalked, but Dicte isn't sure she believes her. Nina is sexually harassed.

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Crime | Drama

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Country:

Denmark

Language:

Danish

Release Date:

17 October 2016 (Denmark) See more »

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This episode title translates to Every Man Is an Island - Part 1. See more »

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The Words
Performed by Dragonborn Featuring Jacob Bellens
Written & Composed by Fridolin Nordsø, Kristian Leth & Jacob Bellens
All Instruments by Dragonborn & Jacob Bellens
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Dicte Is Just Too Irrational
17 October 2017 | by HitchcocSee all my reviews

The main character has gone from being thoughtful and somewhat normal to being a raging loose cannon. I know that the series creators wanted an idiosyncratic person as their lead. But Dicte has become so driven and so undependable as this series ends, that I can hardly stand to see her on screen. She leaps to conclusions with virtually no evidence and compromises the lives of people. I know it's just a show, but one should apply some logic to it. The main issue in this final episode is her birth father finally admitting that she has a half-sister. He warns her that this woman is a user and immoral. When Dicte, who can't resist sticking her nose into everything, finds the woman, it would appear that everything the man said is right. She uses video porn. She tries to borrow money with no intention of paying anything back. Of course, the plot twist is that she had a relationship with a bad guy and now he is stalking her. He claims it is just the other way around. The point is that Dicte has seriously exacerbated the situation. A couple subplots involve Rose's falling out with the man she says is the father of her baby. She is really tiresome as are her friends. Anne is on the verge of a nervous breakdown because of her job and Thorsten is going to leave her to join a commune. And Nina is drinking again and finally give in to that horrible head of homicide who has been abusing his authority. The first half of this episode is so bleak, it's hard to watch. And Bo has returned! Whoopie!


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