The Absent One (Fasandraeberne)2016
The Absent One (Fasandraeberne) (2016)
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as Carl Mørck
as Marcus Jacobsen
as Ditlev Pram
as Ulrik Dybbøl
as Ditlev (young)
as Thelma Pram
as Borge Bak
as Lars Bjorn
as Ulrik (young)
as Bjarne (young)
as Bjarne Thogersen
as Henning Jorgensen
as Bent Krum
as Frank Helmond
as Unge Ditlev
as Tekniker i Albergs lejlighed
as Bjarne Thøgersen
as Guest at a reception
as Betjent i arkivet
as Kvindestemme til alarmcentral
Critic Reviews for The Absent One (Fasandraeberne)
Another unsavory journey into contemporary Denmark's seamier underbelly.
Mikkel Norgaard, the director, propels the story by smartly sticking to the formula he used in the previous film: hints of menace, gorgeously shadowed shots and long flashbacks.
Although each of the first three films tells a full, discrete story, they work best cumulatively, as the ongoing adventures of one cranky, conscientious cop.
An awful number of cliches are being ticked off here (the Fincher-esque lighting, the dogged and socially inept cop), but it's a diverting potboiler for crime drama completists.
Audience Reviews for The Absent One (Fasandraeberne)
Although "The Keeper of Lost Causes" was more than less disappointing, I decided to give this a chance for want of "Mystery/Suspense" flicks. While the performances are outstanding (with Nikolaj Kaas topping the list), the mystery/suspense element is absent here. The absence of plot twists was a major letdown. I'd rather describe it as an action thriller (that's not edgy enough, but better than its prequel).
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