Annika Bengtzon: Crime Reporter - Prime Time Trailer

Annika Bengtzon: Crime Reporter - Prime Time Trailer (2012)

04 July 2012 Drama, Thriller, Crime 93 mins

It is Midsummer's Eve and ten people are on a deserted castle for a TV recording. The next morning the program leader is shot dead. Kvällspressens Annika Bengtzon a mandate to monitor the murder, but she soon learns that her best friend Anne Snapphanevägen is one of the ten suspects. When the police released all one after another - all except Anne - it becomes personal for Bengtzon who will do anything to exonerate her friend.

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Cast

Malin Crépin

as Annika Bengtzon

Björn Kjellman

as Anders Schyman

Leif Andrée

as Spiken

Kajsa Ernst

as Berit Hamrin

Erik Johansson

as Patrik Nilsson

Richard Ulfsäter

as Thomas Samuelsson

Moa Gammel

as Anne Snapphane

Josephine Bornebusch

as Michelle Carlsson

Maria Kulle

as Karin Bellhorn

Göran Stangertz

as Sebastian Follin

Gustav Levin

as Gunnar Antonsson

Jakob Hultcrantz Hansson

as Stefan Axelsson

Malin Buska

as Hannah Persson

Anneli Martini

as Barbara Hansson

Crew

Adam Nordén

Original Music Composer

International Titles

Liza Marklunds Prime Time Trailer

International Releases Dates

Sweden 04 July 2012

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