If anything, this series is providing an instruction manual for civilians about how to cooperate with a police investigation!
It seems not!
And little Lea is not the sweet innocent little angel her parents thought.
This will be a minor spoiler …
… but it was to be expected after the evidence that was destroyed in a prior episode!
Three episodes in and already:
We’re dealing with time compression in this series, unlike the pseudo-realtime of Forbrydelsen.
And episode three ended with a hook that made me want to see the next one!
And, ugh, sources screwed up the aspect ratio of episode 4 …
… so this will be brief.
A perceptive insight into how not knowing can drive people around the bend …
… and how there are always maggots waiting to feed on us.
And we get — minor spoiler — further confirmation that Lea was not who her parents believed her to be:
How many parents out there think their own kids are what they seem?
And we get a new possible suspect …
And at the end of this episode, worlds collide …
… and all of this makes me want to continue on to the rest!