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By their own words rises Hae Min Lee out of oblivion
"By their own words rises Hae Min Lee out of oblivion"

"Mordoffret receive a small restitution in ”The case against Adnan Syed”

"True crime easily becomes a bloody spectacle. But in ”The case against Adnan Syed” (HBO Nordic) finally gets mordoffret Hae Min Lee his voice back."

"the Name Adnan Syed sounds probably familiar with one and another nyhetskonsument. But Hae Min Lee? More doubtful. Still, both protagonists in the first season of ”Serial,” a pod as 2014 became a pop phenomenon, and which, together with the documentary series ”Making a murderer” started in the true crime inflation we have now hopefully seen the culmination of."

"In the series dug the journalist Sarah Koenig in the case of Adnan Syed, a 17-year-old convicted of the murder of his 18-year-old ex-girlfriend Hae Min Lee in Baltimore in 1999."

"With the help of traditional journalism and a growing army of hobbydetektiver in the internet forum managed to Koenig to find so many doubts to the case now to be examined again."

"It is the judicial process, and the aftermaths of the poddens huge impact, ”The case against Adnan Syed” is all about."

"the First episode of four in the documentary series, directed by academy award nominee Amy Berg (”Deliver us from evil,” about a catholic pedofilpräst), was released on Monday on HBO Nordic."

"For the faithful ”Serial”listener, it becomes a lot of repetition. As usual in the genre of true crime is the story behind a real crime in a dramatically compelling way. "

"What lifts the series, especially in the first section, is the depiction of the teenager's life before the horrific murder."

"By Hae Min Lee's own diary entries, sketches and letters are brought into a world of tonårsdrama, experiencing (and storming emotions. "

"It's about love and breakup, the first kiss and the secret meetings in hotels because their parents' traditions do not allow boyfriends or girlfriends."

"The odd couple described as a modern version of Romeo and Juliet, which certainly feels steep for those who still believe in Syeds guilt."

"Both living double lives, in two separate cultures at the same time. Syed is the perfect mönsterstudenten in their muslim parents ' eyes, and Hae Min Lee, who is forced to act as interpreter for their språkförbistrade Korean parents."

"Teenagers growing up in Baltimore, an american city most known for its poverty and extremely high mordstatistik, a violent environment that the classic tv series ”The wire” (2002-2008, HBO Nordic, portraying multi-faceted and crunching good."

"Police in Baltimore are subjected to intense pressure to solve more murders, and they are regarded by many, especially in poorer areas, as corrupt. Against the dark background, reviewed the investigation of Hae Min Lee's disappearance and death."

"With the exception of the patronage of a family friend and clips from the younger brother's testimony has the victim's family opted not to participate in the documentary, which is problematic for the balance. According to his friend has the murder shattered the family overall."

"at the same time, you can cold ask what a tonårsförälder really know about their child's inner life, especially when they live in such different worlds. By Hae Min Lee's own words, she gets out of oblivion and given clearer contours."

"She is finally getting a small, but well-deserved, vindication."

"... drama. Michaela Coel has gone from his own fantastic comedy series ”Chewing gum”, about a british förortstjej trying to get rid of virginity, to krigsbrottsdramat ”Black earth rising” (Netflix) who had a Swedish premiere at the end of January. She plays Kate Ashby, adopted from the war in Rwanda by the prosecutor's Eve, which takes up the hunt on a suspected militia chiefs during the genocide in 1994. The series has its weaknesses, but is constantly exciting and gives insight into one of the most unknown world."

"... the villain. ”The walking dead” (Channel 9u002FDplay) have lost the nerve to the most recent season, but now can salvation be here in the form of Alpha (Samantha Morton). The british actor is perfect as the evil mother, general Kurtz in ”Apocalypse now”-lookalike, and nihilistic leaders of the group of ”whisperers” who dress in the odödas skins."

"... the tv profile. One of the biggest behållningarna to follow the biathlon world CUP in Östersund, sweden on SVT, is the expert Björn ferry terminal lågenergiska eccentricity, drastic and clear when needed, as a matter of fact chilly when the colleague Ola Bränholm becomes too repetitive. The expression ”a feather in the cap” can suddenly lead to a long argument about why a piece of furniture still called the ”rack” despite the fact that people hardly have any other headgear than hats now."

"... relaxation at villa källhagen. There is really no point with anything in the ”Best in test” (SVT) – and precisely that is the point. Babben Larsson's panel of comedians (Anders Jansson, Clara Henry, Annika Andersson, Nassim al Fakir) performing a series of silly, sometimes challenging, mission-led by David Sundin. The first episode's guest Per Andersson's toughest test was to be able to sit still and listen to the annoying saxofonmusik as long as possible – something he turned into an entertaining one-man show. Cleverly flams, simply."

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