Inspecteur Kurt Wallander lost gecompliceerde moordzaken op in Ystad, Zweden
Contents
Disc 1 Moordenaar zonder gezicht ; De man die glimlachte / dir. by Hettie MacDonald ; dir. by Andy Wilson
Disc 2 De vijfde vrouw / dir. by Aisling Walsh
Title
Wallander
Director
Hettie MacDonald Andy Wilson Aisling Walsh
Based on the work of
Henning Mankell 1948-2015
Actor
Kenneth Branagh 1960-
Language
English
Publisher
Lumière, © 2010
2 dvd-video's
Recording date
2009
Playing time
270 min.
Note
Engels gesproken Ondertiteling: Nederlands BBC productie
EAN
5425019004798

Availability in Flemish libraries

More than 50 times in Flemish libraries

Reviews

Brits-Zweedse coproductie uit 2009, tweede serie* met drie boekverfilmingen van drie verschillende regisseurs. Met Kenneth Branagh als Wallander. Gebaseerd op de misdaadromans van de Zweedse auteur Henning Mankell, verfilmd met een Engelse cast, maar wel spelend in Ystad, Zweden. Inspecteur Wallander, een man met privéproblemen en een midlifecrisis, lost vele gruwelijke misdaden op. Daniel Kelly (Dvd-Verdict,i) geeft 90 (van 100) punten en vindt het 'great stuff. The key reason for the success of these three efforts is the sublime performance courtesy of Kenneth Branagh, who brings a gravitas and realism to every part he takes.' The Sunday Times: 'The best detective of this century is undoubtedly Wallander (...) Kenneth Branagh's performance is close to perfect.' Deze 2-dvd-set bevat drie verhalen. Winnaar van vijf Bafta Awards 2009.

About Hettie MacDonald

Hettie Macdonald is an English film, theatre and television director. Macdonald is known as the director of the Hugo Award-winning 2007 episode of the Doctor Who series, "Blink", and won a Grand Prix award, an International Jury Award - Honorable Mention and a People's Choice Award for her work on the film Beautiful Thing.

"Blink" is frequently named as the best episode of Doctor Who since the series' 2005 revival. In 2009, SFX named the episode's climax as the scariest moment in Doctor Who's history, citing its "perfect direction". Macdonald would return to the series in 2015 to direct the year's opening story.

She has also directed for the stage. She studied English at Bristol University before training as a director at the Royal Court Theatre, and was formerly associate director at the Wolsey Theatre, Ipswich.

Selected credits

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