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Kommissar Kurt Wallander ermittelt in einer Serie von Mordfällen im Süden von Schweden. Nach den Romanen von Henning Mankell. Kurt Wallander ist eine vom schwedischen Schriftsteller Henning Mankell geschaffene Kunstfigur, die in einer zwölfteiligen Romanreihe als Kriminalkommissar. Spannende Krimis mit Kenneth Branagh Kommissar Wallander nach den Romanvorlagen von Henning Mankell. Sie wollen die Fälle von Kommissar Wallander noch einmal Revue passieren lassen? Hier finden Sie die bisherigen Filme zum Durchklicken. Kommissar Wallander: Henning Mankells Kriminalromane, allein in seinem Heimatland über 3,5 Millionen Mal verkauft, wurden bislang in über 30 Sprachen .
Spannende Krimis mit Kenneth Branagh Kommissar Wallander nach den Romanvorlagen von Henning Mankell. In der ARD beginnt die dritte und letzte Staffel mit Krister Henriksson als Kommissar Kurt Wallander. Sie ist zugleich die stärkste. Die letzte. Kommissar Wallander: Henning Mankells Kriminalromane, allein in seinem Heimatland über 3,5 Millionen Mal verkauft, wurden bislang in über 30 Sprachen .
The series manages to depict a great and charming contradiction. Wallander is a compassionate inspector who suffers from the murders he encounters during his investigations.
He is inappropriately compassionate for this job yet he does everything for it. Although misery follows his personal life he doesn't lose hope and believes in the goodness of people.
This is that gives him the dimension of a hero even though he is presented incredibly ordinary and human who often make mistakes.
Really good acting from the most of the cast. Amazing directing which transfers completely the atmosphere of Sweden.
It is really good that BBC decided to film the series in Sweden as it provides ideal landscapes for photography and directing and greatly matches with the melancholic personality of Wallander and with the original script of course.
Solid script that follows consistently enough Mankell's novels. If you prefer a series that is based on quality and not visual effects you should definitely go for it.
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If you have sen the original.. The production has done a great job with both cinematography and casting and this should be viewed as a stand alone rather than the "english cover" Plots are tight and timely.
We do see the toll that this type of job must take on the investigators and the effects that it has on their daily functions. No easy villains and you must pay attention to the story or you are sure to miss somethings.
I enjoyed the entire series and although some people have slagged the later works, I think that they were done knowing the arc of the story.
You can jump right into these shows at any point -- each is sort of a standalone procedural albeit one with the backing narrative of Detective Kurt Wallander's solitary, increasingly depressive personal life.
It's a kick to watch Kenneth Branagh - one of the world's truly outstanding Shakespearean actors - transform from a hyperverbal practitioner of literature's best known soliloquies to a monosyllabic, stammering mope.
He's put on weight for the role, doesn't shave, does nothing to hide facial outbreaks on his face, wears rumpled clothing 24x7, drinks too much wine, sleeps in chairs and wakes up fully clothed with crevices on his face from the armrest.
It's quite an acting achievement. Season 1 - and the two to-date that follow - are adapted directly from Henning Mankell's novels.
That work featured new material by Mankell: a screenplay he wrote to kick off the series followed by plot assistance from the author for the episodes that followed.
The Branagh series matches up with those. These most British of actors other notables are Saskia Reeves, Tom Hiddleston are solving Swedish crimes, living Swedish lives, perusing Swedish documents.
There's the hilarious little artifice of Branagh's character reading a document or sign in Swedish, so he has to read out loud in English so that we, the audience, can understand what his character is seeing.
Still, great stuff all around. Branagh is at his best in some of this season And the film is startling in its beauty while so capable at the horror of Wallander's profession.
Wallander isn't a who-done-it film. Instead, it is the film about a person who is doing a job that is required by society, is done by few people, in reality, and is actually pretty horrific It is The Story of Wallander, and it is done very, very well.
Try it. Mankell's books are fantastic and the issues complex and timely. On film, I confess Wallander's melancholy gets a bit overwhelming.
Branagh really nails the character, but surely even he gets depressed by him? Find I can't watch more than two at a time without switching out to something more cheerful for a break.
If you have read the books you may want to take a pass. The casting was spot on, with the only minor issue being the accent, it is pronounced Vallander in the Swedish, and hearing it pronounced Wallandar was slightly annoying.
I like, no make that love, all of these books. There is something about his slightly flawed character, and his dogged determination that intrigues me.
By all means, watch this series as an alternative to reading the books. Unfortunately, all of this Brit made series was made from the books, there are no new scripts, yet.
I love, love, love this series. The story plots are great - the crimes and his personal life. I love the British accent in the Swedish setting.
I love the beautiful Sweden scenary. They have another winner in the Zen series. And thanks to Amazon for the low price.
I can actually buy two - one for myself and one for a Christmas present for my sister who also loves the series.
She loves the Wallander ringtone!! Anybody know where to find this ringtone here in America? See all reviews from the United States.
Top international reviews. It is ages since I watched this series, but I appreciate this version even more each time.
I thought that the Rolf Lassgard and the Krister Hendrickson versions were well worth five stars, but I cannot understand why there are some very negative reviews about the Kenneth Branagh series.
Wallander is morose, moody, troubled, with little idea of how to relate to people. He is obsessed with the job, he cannot switch off at all, and this has caused rifts with his wife and even his long suffering daughter.
He cannot look someone in the eye, he cannot finish his sentences, and constant feelIngs of guilt over failure to respond to others adds to his negative view of life.
And yet, his dogged determination - " overacting" to quote one review - to solve cases is his saving grace.
I was particularly impressed with the portrayal of his father by the brilliant David Warner. Thank you for your feedback. Sorry, we failed to record your vote.
Please try again. I saw these before I saw the Swedish versions and would have rated them excellent except that the Swedish ones are even better.
Branagh is very convincing as the 'everyman' detective who struggles with his own problems while confronting a variety of criminals who are mad, bad, and dangerous to know.
These are thoughtful, serious explorations of the human condition rather than action thrillers in the Hollywood tradition that bring to life the complex characters of Mankell's detective novels.
I have viewed it several times and have enjoyed picking up on little parts of the storyline each time I watch it. I know there is a lot of hype about the two versions of Wallander shown on BBC.
I can't comment on the Swedish version as I never saw it. I think this series was excellent, so much so that I also purchased the series which is also excellent.
Wish there were more! After watching series 2 on the BBC this winter, I had an urge to watch series 1 and was not disappointed.
It is a beautifully stylized production, showing off the Swedish landscape. Kenneth Branagh slips into the role of scruffy, disjointed detective perfectly.BerndMetz geb. Bilderwelten.de wichtige Rolle spielte dabei auch der Schock, tatsuya shiba am Marmom am Der Mann, der lächelte. So erschöpft und ausgebrannt hat Kommissar Kurt Wallander nie zuvor independence day 2 stream deutsch hd.