hollow talk by choir of young believers
Signaturmelodi Here’s the whole song from the titles of Bron.
Such adoration has even crossed the Atlantic: American TV has remade (not entirely successfully) The Killing and plans to do the same with The Bridge.
“When we aired [The Bridge] we realised that we’d basically given her an Asperger personality,” says Rosenfeldt. “We never diagnosed her, but we got a lot of positive response from the Asperger community. They really, really liked her because we showed her as functional and great at her job, even though she was a little strange.”
Bron Soﬁa Helin is brilliant as Saga Norén.
Bron Remember in the 1970s, there were all kinds of TV detectives? Haggard (Columbo), bald (Kojak), fat (Cannon), Polish (Banacek), hick (McCloud), old (Barnaby Jones), etc.? Welcome to the 2010s: Geordie (Lewis), conﬂicted (Luther), existentialist (Wallander), well dressed (Zen), genius (Sherlock), and now, Asperger’s (Bron). I am loving this Swedish–Danish series, especially the interplay between Saga and Martin, and the locations, having been to that Malmö and København numerous times and crossing the Øresund bridge. Another example of state television (albeit in collaboration with many ﬁnancing partners) delivering. (Image via mediaunfriendly.)