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Discussion in 'Personal' started by lindenlea, Nov 21, 2015.
Didn't enjoy it much before but will give it a second chance
I loved it. Love Scandi drama. And French. In fact show me the subtitles and I'm happy.
Brit stuff is also good at times. Liking London Spy atm. Of course Ben Whishaw is fantastic as always. But I digress...
Loved the first two. Can't believe Martin is not there anymore!
It's the new ABBA.
Missed it !That'll teach me to go out on a Saturday night !!!
I watched both episodes although my eyes were drooping by the end of the second one. It's as gripping as the last series with lots of connections between characters still to be made. What about that weird Danish police officer? What's that all about?
I tried the second episode of London Spy but gave up. I just don't care about any of the characters particularly the male lead with the whiny voice.
Dire. I like Inspector Montalbano. Everything seems much brighter in Sicily, when everything is so dark and dour in Scandinavia.
Never mind, you'll get over it.
Get over it
Oh please yourselves.
It's taped (anachronism). I loved the previous one and am struggling to forgive her for dobbing the shambling tramp, sorry, Martin. Won't be the same without him.
Kim Bodnia had some disagreement with the writers over his character's development in Season 3 and took a Saga holiday...
I'll watch it anyway.
I was disappointed in last night's two episodes. I thought that Sofia Helin was trying too hard with the character.
I'm a big fan of Nordic Noir too, and 'The Bridge' is one of my favourites.
This series is already intriguing, even without the presence of the shambling Martin!
I thought it was Saga trying to follow the 'rules' of normal social behaviour - small talk etc. I thought it was deliberate.
I felt that she did it more subtly before. She seemed more actressy about it this time.
I thought Saga was just trying harder. Still miss Martin, though.