Tag Archives: The Bridge
Do you ever watch a series where there are no characters that you like or empathise with but somehow you cannot stop watching? That is how I felt about series 1 and 2 of Marcella. Co-created and written by writer-director of The Bridge Hans Rosenfeldt, the show was compelling and well played by the main characters, particularly […]
Originally posted on Euro But Not Trash:
With two BAFTA awards under its belt and a nomination for The Bridge, Arrow Films has resisted the temptation to rest on its laurels and instead is captialising on the success it has had introducing UK audiences to contemporary based slices of Danish and Swedish drama by preparing…
Nordic Noir has really taken off on TV and captured an audience on Saturday nights at 9pm on BBC4 – the ‘Subtitle Slot’ as I like to think of it. So what is the attraction? I’m trying to pin it down for me. Of course, one point is, that it is an alternative to standard […]
A member of the group recently visited Copenhagen and a slice of TV tourism was experienced when an organised walking tour themed around The Killing was taken. A little brochure accompanied the tour. If you click on the photos you will be able to see larger versions.