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Enhver Mand er en Ø - del 2 

Anne gets a wake-up call. Rose's life changes. Bo asks for another chance. Nina fights back. Dicte crosses a moral boundary to stop Maj's stalker.

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Carsten Myllerup

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Dorthe Warnø Høgh (head writer) (as Dorthe W. Høgh), Dorthe Warnø Høgh | 1 more credit »
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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
Andrea Vagn Jensen ... Louise Holm
Igor Egholm ... Alexander
Ida Dwinger Ida Dwinger ... Anna, Dictes mor
Flemming Enevold Flemming Enevold ... Christian Oxholm
Mari-Anne Jespersen Mari-Anne Jespersen ... Merete Oxholm
Jakob Femerling Andersen ... Baldur
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Anne gets a wake-up call. Rose's life changes. Bo asks for another chance. Nina fights back. Dicte crosses a moral boundary to stop Maj's stalker.

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Crime | Drama

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Denmark

Language:

Danish

Release Date:

24 October 2016 (Denmark) See more »

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This episode title translates to Every Man Is an Island - Part 2. See more »

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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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Every Man Is an Island
14 August 2018 | by TweekumsSee all my reviews

These comments refer to the whole two part story, not just episode two.

As the series comes to an end Dicte learns that her father didn't tell her the truth about her half-sister... far from being killed in an accident she is still alive. Her father explains that this is because she is trouble. Dicte goes to see her and sure enough she is soon asking for money claiming that she needs it to get away from a stalker. Early investigations suggest she is lying but what if she isn't? She may be in real danger. Meanwhile it emerges that there are two possible fathers for Rose's child, Bo is back in town and Nina's superior, Tonni, is continuing to pressure her at work and she is drinking heavily.

This is a fine conclusion to this enjoyable Danish series; it provides an solid mystery, which is personal for our protagonist, as well as wrapping up several long running plotlines involving most main characters. The story of Dicte's sister is well handled with plenty of misdirection that keeps the viewer unsure as to whether anything she says is true. The story provides plenty of shocks; including a scene that will disturb dog lovers. The story's conclusion may not please all viewers but I found it exciting and more than satisfactory... even if it would be less morally acceptable if this weren't a work of fiction. The various personal plot strands are wrapped up in a pleasing manner... the way the Nina/Tonni storyline ended was particularly pleasing. As expected the cast were all on fine form.

These comments are based on watching the episode in Danish with English subtitles.


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