One of the more original and interesting Nordic Noirs in recent years was Danish series, DNA.
The first series premiered in the UK on BBC Four in 2020, we now know that the series will be back in its native Denmark this year.
Anders W. Berthelsen returns as police commissioner Rolf Larsen, and it will tell a story set in a world ruled by criminal networks across Europe. The bodies of 19 young Vietnamese lead Larsen on the trail of a case of modern slave trade and organs for sale on the black market. It is a journey into dark mysteries, secrets and exploitation, and the main characters struggle to shed light on the crimes but are “faced with big, personal dilemmas”.
Charlotte Rampling is confirmed to reappear as the French detective Claire Bobain, alongside Polish actress Zofia Wichlacz as Julita.
More news as we get it.
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