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Danske Film

The most fun way to learn a language is probably by listening to fantastic music or watching a great film. Watching The Killing (Forbrydelsen) and The Brigde (Broen) made me want to learn Danish and also made me curious what other great Danish movies and TV-series are available. 74 more words

Forbrydelsen

Why Danish?

A few months ago I had the strange idea to learn Danish. I don’t know who to blame for that, but the awesome TV-series like The Killing (Forbrydelsen), The Government (Borgen) and The Bridge (Broen) are definitely suspects. 207 more words

Danish

From Italy to Denmark, with Giorgia Cantini and Sarah Lund

All are warmly invited to attend the next seminar in the  University of Glasgow SMLC Research Seminar Series, organised with the Centre for Gender History, at 4pm on Monday 23 February in Room 209, 2 University Gardens. 378 more words

Events

The Joy of Decorating

I have been such a bad blogger since Christmas; I have been pretty busy with work and decorating though, so I have a good excuse… Its not as though I’ve spent the last 5 weeks ploughing through the Forbrydelsen box set. 844 more words

Lifestyle

UCP bags DR's Legacy remake rights

Universal Cable Production has won the race to acquire remake rights to the latest hit from Danish public broadcaster DR.

Following the success of Forbrydelsen (aka The Killing) and Borgen, DR’s latest drama Arvingerne (aka The Legacy) is also winning over viewers, with a second season due to launch in January 2015. 101 more words

Acquisition

The problem with The Killing

Watching The Killing makes me appreciate how good 24 was. Admittedly, 24 has not aged very well and even at its very pomp you could find plot holes big enough to fly Air Force One into and scenarios that were so silly they probably belonged in surreal comedy sketches. 484 more words

TV

The Killing USA

17/09/14

As a fan of the original Swedish series, Forbrydelsen, I had mixed feelings about watching this. After all, wouldn’t it just be a pale rerun of Sarah Lund’s adventures? 566 more words

Box Sets