Tense family drama

How well do you know your own children? How far would you go as a parent to keep your daughter from being in jail for the rest of her life? Would you lie, threaten or even…?
These are the crucial questions in A Nearly Normal Family, where 18-year-old Stella, an ordinary teenager from an ordinary family, is accused of the brutal murder of man nearly twice her age.

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Beyond all reasonable doubt – a legal thriller

Thirteen years ago, 15-year-old Katrin was brutally murdered in her home. Stig Ahlin, a medical researcher, was convicted of the murder and has been imprisoned since then. Ahlin denied being guilty of the homicide, but as he admitted that he had slept with Katrin and at the same time was being investigated for abusing his own daughter, most people had no doubt about his guilt. Ahlin became known as something of a monster and was dubbed Professor Death by the press.

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Swedish courtroom thriller – now on Netflix

After a brutal school shooting in Stockholm´s wealthiest suburb, eighteen-year-old Maja Norberg finds herself on trial for murder. She has undoubtedly been involved in the massacre and is accused of killing her boyfriend and her closest girl friend. But how did Maja – a popular and privileged top student – become a cold-blooded killer?

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