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(In Swedish with English Subtitles) He's got no style, he's got no flash and he's squarely in middle age. But Swedish detective Martin Beck is good at one thing: methodically catching criminals so that they can be put away... for a long time. His tightly-wound partner, Gunvald, is his opposite: an impulsive man who cuts a dashing figure, is in no way politically correct and who never met a boundary he didn't leap across. He'll do anything to get information from a suspect, including enhanced interrogation techniques. It's classic good cop/bad cop, and together with their team they bring down dangerous criminals lurking in the seedy Stockholm underworld. Beck's a loner but he's not anti-social; he regularly sees his daughter, with whom he now has a much better relationship than when he was neglecting her growing up. And at the end of a workday, there's always an interesting conversation and a nightcap with a neighbor who gives new meaning to the word quirky. EPISODE 19: THE VULTURE the murder of a prominent attorney appears to be linked to one of his recent cases in which a company was being sued for serious environmental damage. While Gunvald is under internal scrutiny, Beck and his team uncover old evidence that brings a new light to their investigation. EPISODE 20: THE ATTORNEY the murder of a prominent attorney appears to be linked to one of his recent cases in which a company was being sued for serious environmental damage. While Gunvald is under internal scrutiny, Beck and his team uncover old evidence that brings a new light to their investigation. EPISODE 21: THE JAPANESE PAINTING Beck gets a phone call from a German colleague, Hans Sparling, who's in Stockholm to buy a rare Japanese painting. When Sparling finds a dead woman in a hotel room, he reaches out to Beck for help and soon they find themselves fully embroiled in the perilous world of art fraud.
(In Swedish with English Subtitles) He's got no style, he's got no flash and he's squarely in middle age. But Swedish detective Martin Beck is good at one thing: methodically catching criminals so that they can be put away... for a long time. His tightly-wound partner, Gunvald, is his opposite: an impulsive man who cuts a dashing figure, is in no way politically correct and who never met a boundary he didn't leap across. He'll do anything to get information from a suspect, including enhanced interrogation techniques. It's classic good cop/bad cop, and together with their team they bring down dangerous criminals lurking in the seedy Stockholm underworld. Beck's a loner but he's not anti-social; he regularly sees his daughter, with whom he now has a much better relationship than when he was neglecting her growing up. And at the end of a workday, there's always an interesting conversation and a nightcap with a neighbor who gives new meaning to the word quirky. EPISODE 19: THE VULTURE the murder of a prominent attorney appears to be linked to one of his recent cases in which a company was being sued for serious environmental damage. While Gunvald is under internal scrutiny, Beck and his team uncover old evidence that brings a new light to their investigation. EPISODE 20: THE ATTORNEY the murder of a prominent attorney appears to be linked to one of his recent cases in which a company was being sued for serious environmental damage. While Gunvald is under internal scrutiny, Beck and his team uncover old evidence that brings a new light to their investigation. EPISODE 21: THE JAPANESE PAINTING Beck gets a phone call from a German colleague, Hans Sparling, who's in Stockholm to buy a rare Japanese painting. When Sparling finds a dead woman in a hotel room, he reaches out to Beck for help and soon they find themselves fully embroiled in the perilous world of art fraud.
815047015593
Beck - Beck: Volume 7 (Episodes 19-21)

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Format: DVD
Label: MHZN
Catalog: 16559
Rel. Date: 06/25/2013
UPC: 815047015593

Beck: Volume 7 (Episodes 19-21)
Artist: Beck
Format: DVD
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(In Swedish with English Subtitles) He's got no style, he's got no flash and he's squarely in middle age. But Swedish detective Martin Beck is good at one thing: methodically catching criminals so that they can be put away... for a long time. His tightly-wound partner, Gunvald, is his opposite: an impulsive man who cuts a dashing figure, is in no way politically correct and who never met a boundary he didn't leap across. He'll do anything to get information from a suspect, including enhanced interrogation techniques. It's classic good cop/bad cop, and together with their team they bring down dangerous criminals lurking in the seedy Stockholm underworld. Beck's a loner but he's not anti-social; he regularly sees his daughter, with whom he now has a much better relationship than when he was neglecting her growing up. And at the end of a workday, there's always an interesting conversation and a nightcap with a neighbor who gives new meaning to the word quirky. EPISODE 19: THE VULTURE the murder of a prominent attorney appears to be linked to one of his recent cases in which a company was being sued for serious environmental damage. While Gunvald is under internal scrutiny, Beck and his team uncover old evidence that brings a new light to their investigation. EPISODE 20: THE ATTORNEY the murder of a prominent attorney appears to be linked to one of his recent cases in which a company was being sued for serious environmental damage. While Gunvald is under internal scrutiny, Beck and his team uncover old evidence that brings a new light to their investigation. EPISODE 21: THE JAPANESE PAINTING Beck gets a phone call from a German colleague, Hans Sparling, who's in Stockholm to buy a rare Japanese painting. When Sparling finds a dead woman in a hotel room, he reaches out to Beck for help and soon they find themselves fully embroiled in the perilous world of art fraud.
        
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