September 2015

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In this issue:

  • Why do the Brits love Nordic Noir?
  • Nordic Noir: An Unconditional Success
  • Nordicana 2015
  • Nailing Dysfunction: An interview with the cast of The Legacy
  • Youthful Discretion: An interview with the cast of 1864
  • An audience with the queen of Nordic Noir
  • Back to the beginning
  • From Fritz Lang to Victor Sjostrom: Film noir elements in Scandinavian silent films
  • A chess game through life: The influence of film noir in Ingmar Bergman’s works
  • Headhunters: Words, pictures and grey-scale Tarantino
  • More storytelling, less objectivity
  • Denmark’s most wanted: A conversation with Nikolaj Kopernikus
  • The man in four times: A study of Kurt Wallander
  • The Swedish Twin Peaks
  • Nordic Noir in Uncharted Territory
  • Gender, domesticity and the empty signifier in Tomas Alfredson’s Let the Right One In and Matt Reeves Let Me In
  • Noir in name only: The horsepower behind Nicolas Winding Refn’s Drive
  • When your favourite book turns into a film: Evil
  • The odd one out: Borgen‘s place in Nordic Noir
  • Tommy
  • The master of Nordic Noir: Kim Bodnia

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