Beck (Season 2)

Beck (Season 2)

He’s got no style, he’s got no flash and he’s squarely in middle age. But Swedish detective Martin Beck is good at one thing: methodically catching criminals so that they can be put away… for a long time. His tightly-wound partner, Gunvald, is his opposite: an impulsive man who cuts a dashing figure, is in no way politically correct and who never met a boundary he didn’t leap across.
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Beck (Season 2)

8 Videos

  • The Revenge

    Two patrolling police officers are killed after stumbling onto criminals who have just stolen large amounts of explosives. Directed by Kjell Sundvall, 2001.

  • The Man with No Face

    Beck and his team investigate the stabbing death of a mysterious man. Directed by Harald Hamrell, 2001.

  • The Cartel

    A Greek restaurant owner is brutally tortured and killed. Directed by Kjell Sundvall, 2001.

  • The Recluse

    An Asian woman is found murdered in the waters of Stockholm’s archipelago. Directed by Kjell Sundvall, 2001.

  • Sender Unknown

    Beck and his team investigate the murder of an accountant at an airport parking lot. Directed by Harald Hamrell, 2001.

  • The Ad Man

    A rapist and murderer is targeting women through personal ads on public bulletin boards. Directed by Daniel Lind Lagerlöf, 2001.

  • The Boy in the Glass Bowl

    The mother of an autistic boy is found murdered in her home. Directed by Daniel Lind Lagerlöf, 2001.

  • Blind Profit

    In horrific murders around Stockholm, victims are having their faces dissolved by acid. Directed by Harald Hamrell, 2001.