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A message in a bottle, which traveled a long way across the ocean, is found in Scotland. The note is hard to decipher, but when a Danish inspector from Section Q gets involved, the investigation is brought to life…

Hans Peter Molland’s adaptation of a third instalment in  Jussi Adler-Olsen’s  Department Q series (following The Keeper of Lost Causes and The Absent One)  is the most appealing of the trilogy. Detectives Carl Morck and Assad (played by Nikolaj Lie Kaas and Fares Fares) are once again leading the investigation about an apparent kidnapping/child-murder. This neat thriller most captivating assets lie in the way it deals with pain and God within a community with strong faith. It is basically your good old edge-of-your-seat thriller, from an efficient script by Nikolaj Arcel (Royal Affair, the Millennium trilogy). It  works as a stand-alone film. And as the main antagonist,  Pål Sverre Valheim Hagen (Kon-Tiki) gives a chilling performance . Candy.


Fantasia screening:

July 15, 5:15 PM (J.A. De Seve Theatre)

July 17, 10:00 AM (J.A. De Seve Theatre)

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