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Two faces of Swedish crime

Published torsdag 28 oktober 2010 kl 15.28
”I am very fond of Kurt, because he is thinking a lot” (10:50)
(11 min)
Kenneth Branagh plays police inspector Kurt Wallander in the English version of the TV series

These days, the image of Sweden as one of the worlds safest places to live has come to stand alongside that of a country which produces an unusual amount of internationally successful crime stories, where murder and duplicity is poisoning society.

We take a closer look at the books of Henning Mankell and Stieg Larsson and their relation to reality in Sweden.

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