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The Keeper Of Lost Causes - Film Review
Danish thriller will satisfy your blood lust for Scandinavian crime drama
When homicide cop Carl (Nikolaj Lie Kaas) returns to work after a disastrous mission has left him hospitalised he's put in charge of Q and given a cold cases file of "lost causes" stretching back 20 years. He's got the shakes, his wife has left him, his partner's paralysed and he's been demoted.
We're soon sucked in with Carl, via intriguing flashbacks, as he investigates the apparent suicide of a young woman. Featuring a Saw-style death trap and psychological twists it might not be a big budget movie adaptation but fans of the best seller, and those with a blood lust for Scandinavian crime dramas that must be sated, will be entertained.
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