Anno 1790

Anno 1790

10 Episodes

MYSTERY | SWEDEN | SCANDINAVIAN CRIME FICTION | SWEDISH WITH ENGLISH SUBTITLES | TV-14
The Age of Enlightenment, year 1790: After returning from the battlefields of the brutal and bloody war in Finland, Swedish army surgeon Johan Gustav Dåådh (pronounced “Dode”) finds himself reluctantly taking on the job as district police commissioner in Stockholm.

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Anno 1790
  • Between Blood and Lilacs

    Episode 1

    Army surgeon Johan Gustav Daadh gets offered the job of district police commissioner as he’s seeing a patient home in Stockholm. Directed by Rickard Petrelius, 2011.

  • The Perfumed Pistol

    Episode 2

    A shop owner is found dead with a knife in his chest. Directed by Rickard Petrelius, 2011.

  • Fickle Woman

    Episode 3

    When Daadh goes to interrogate the person who printed pamphlets libeling the king, he finds the man murdered. Directed by Levan Akin, 2011.

  • Good Evening, Beautiful Mask!

    Episode 4

    A cunning burglar is wreaking havoc in Stockholm. Directed by Levan Akin, 2011.

  • The Wages of Sin is Death

    Episode 5

    A bomb explodes in a packed coffee house. Directed by Levan Akin, 2011.

  • A Toast to the Scaffold

    Episode 6

    One of Daadh’s old radical comrades is accused of treason and hung on the square. Directed by Levan Akin, 2011.

  • The Blind Hand of Fate

    Episode 7

    A number of children are found dead in the piles of excrement and rubbish that line Stockholm’s shoreline. Directed by Kristina Humle, 2011.

  • The Die is Cast

    Episode 8

    A landowner is found dead in the stables of his estate, kicked to death by his horse. Directed by Kristina Humle, 2011.

  • The Voices of the Dead

    Episode 9

    Daadh is invited up to Uppsala by his own professor, who needs his help to find out who poisoned one of his students. Directed by Rickard Petrelius, 2011.

  • A Different Kingdom

    Episode 10

    With friends gone and his worst enemy closing in on him, Daadh’s world is shaken. Directed by Rickard Petrelius, 2011.