More Johan Falk? Never Say Never, Says Director

Richard Holm, who directed seven episodes of Johan Falk, has spoken to Expressen about the success and future of the series. "It is really great that we managed to touch so many," he said. "That people have cried over the movies even though there is police action... People seem to think that it is the most realistic police series." Some films in the series are now considered to be so realistic that they are even used to train the police in how

Johannes Lassen Wins Best Actor Nymphe D’Or

On Tuesday, the 58th Festival de Télévision in Monte-Carlo awarded the Nymphe d’Or for Best Actor to Johannes Lassen for his role in Danish hostage drama Below The Surface (Gidseltagningen), against stiff competition from Ioan Gruffudd (Liar), Billy Campbell (Cardinal) and Charles Berling (The Frozen Dead). In Below The Surface, when fifteen people are taken hostage in a subway train, a terror taskforce led by Philip Norgaard (Johannes Lassen) and Louise Falk (Sara Hjort Ditlevsen) is dispatched to rescue them. Meanwhile, reporter

Viaplay Trailer For Hans Rosenfeldt’s Advokaten

Viaplay has revealed a teaser for ten-part thriller The Lawyer (Advokaten), which stars Alexander Karim (Johan Falk) as a talented defence lawyer with a strong moral compass who is hell-bent on revenge. The Lawyer follows the dangerous descent of Swedish defence lawyer Frank Nordling (Alexander Karim) into the Copenhagen underworld. When he discovers that the firm’s most important client is responsible for the murder of his parents when he was just a child, Nordling is drawn into a life-threatening web of

Krister Henriksson To Play Transvestite Arms Dealer

Viaplay has announced that Krister Henriksson (Wallander) will play a transvestite arms dealer in Conspiracy Of Silence (Ingen utan skuld), a new eight-part political thriller directed by Charlotte Brändström. The series stars Jens Hultén (Johan Falk) as a former arms dealer forced into exile who returns to Sweden seeking revenge on the man who tried to kill him. Through this central story, the series will explore layers of complex moral issues from the authorities through to the individual. Krister Henriksson plays

Conspiracy Of Silence In The Swedish Arms Trade

Viaplay has announced Ingen utan skuld (Conspiracy Of Silence), a new eight-part political thriller written by Peter Arrhenius (Welcome to Sweden) about the Swedish arms trade. Jens Hultén (Johan Falk) plays Robert Kastell, a former arms dealer forced into exile who returns to Sweden seeking revenge on the man who tried to kill him. Through this central story, the series will explore layers of complex moral issues from the authorities through to the individual. Writer, Peter Arrhenius says: "Ingen utan skuld is