9/10 Andri has a clue to the identity of the murderer, but it's not who he was expecting. That’s when Vikingur turns up angry at the cops for having evicted his father. Trapped certainly shares DNA with its Scandi cousins; Denmark is only a ferry-ride away, to bring with it ideas as well as a dodgy captain. Topic is a specific subject of discussion. The weather is finally improving and the investigation team from Reykjavik arrives. I’m going to start with the conclusion: this latest pair of episodes of Trapped Season 2 are the best yet, full to the brim of proper (and moody) content. And, of course, there are 10 episodes, so the first couple might set everything up real well then start to really turn the screws on us. Allowed latin and ! RVK’s Trapped Or some journals (I still write old school). A while later his wife can’t find him. ( Log Out /  With no police support until the snowstorm clears, Andri and his team need to work fast. Father Gore remains very excited to see what comes next because either way it’ll be great to see Andri, as well as other returning characters, in a new mystery. 2 / 10 With no police support until the snowstorm clears, Andri and his team need to work fast. ( Log Out /  7/10 The weather is finally improving and the investigation team from Reykjavik arrives. The son believes he failed his father. In Reykjavik, a man lights himself on fire while holding onto the Minster of Industries, Halla (Sólveig Arnarsdóttir), right outside the parliament building. Nobody thought he would’ve done something so drastic, despite recently having his property confiscated. There’s a “special relationship” according to Ebo’s asshole boss, Finnur (Guðjón Davíð Karlsson). He wrote for Film Inquiry frequently during 2016-17, and regularly contributed to Scriptophobic during 2018-2019 in a column called Serial Killer Celluloid focusing on film adaptations about real life murderers. Back in town, Andri starts asking around about the minister’s brother, Gisli. They find a bunch of the sheep in the barn dead. 1/10 A body is found in the river, sparking an investigation in a small Icelandic fishing town. ( Log Out /  Change ), You are commenting using your Facebook account. Check. Halla’s nephew, Vikingur (Aron Már Ólafsson), is told about what happened on the job site where he works. During September 2019, Father Son Holy Gore was one of several media outlets helping to present Randfilmfest in Germany, & will be once again in 2020— Newell will also serve as part of the jury for the prestigious Randfilmfest award. Change ). He refers to “The Saga of Gisli,” one of the Sagas of Icelanders, trying to say Gisli did what he did “in the name of justice.” He heads down to take a closer look. Not nearly as intriguing as Season 1’s beginning. Meanwhile, Maggie leaves Rob in charge of the children. You can paste URL of the image inside Vikingur is devastated over his father and finds comfort in Ebo, who tries to assuage him of the guilt he feels. With the murderer still at large, unrest is beginning to grow among the townspeople. He’s informed his father’s dead. when reading the comment. While there, they experience a mini earthquake. A friend of Gisli’s named Ketill (Steinn Ármann Magnússon) turns up outside, where Asgeir (Ingvar Sigurdsson) is by himself, and starts shit with his sons and a group of others, grabbing the cop’s radio and keys. Andri has a clue to the identity of the murderer, but it's not who he was expecting. Sorry, your blog cannot share posts by email. Buy me a coffee. Simkl automatically tracks what you’re watching, tells you how many episodes you’ve missed, and connects you to what your friends are into. Some of the new additions to the cast are already proving to be worth the time. Hinrika says it’s been happening since the drilling for the plant started. Sparse, stripped-down, simple, real? Andri has to go north himself, back to his old stomping grounds where the protest by Hammer of Thor is planned. automatically converted into the image The avalanche has caused a blackout and the town's inhabitants are anxious and afraid. 10/10 After an exhausting, traumatic search the police are finally close to solving the murder. Aside from police work, Andri still has his ex-wife Agnes (Nína Dögg Filippusdóttir) around, and they do their best to raise the kids between them. A crew member has something to hide. Or maybe it'll go towards making sure I have a roof over my head. She finds Finnur tied upside down from the rafters— dead. Sign Up Now! 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