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2 hours ago, PeKay said:

I’ve seen most of the series mentioned here and agree with posts. Would also add Black Spot - French quirky noir. 

This looks good, but I wonder how "White Zone" gets translated into Black Spot.xD

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On 16/09/2021 at 10:44 AM, PeKay said:

I’d thoroughly recommend Hidden. It’s Welsh language (so not Scandi) but really quite dark and with lots of slow burn menace (especially the first series). 
 

I’ve seen most of the series mentioned here and agree with posts. Would also add Black Spot - French quirky noir. 

 

thanks PK .... will look out for both :) 

 

ps am 4 series into Bosch...

 

I didnt realise The music of Harry bosch was a thing :D 

 

 

 

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17 minutes ago, bones28643 said:

I would recommend the Russian series AN ORDINARY WOMAN. It wii be repeated late tomorrow night on SBS. A delicious black comedy drama.

https://www.imdb.com/title/tt8561620/?ref_=tt_urv

 

like sounds of this and yep 2 series on sbs on demand  :) 

https://www.sbs.com.au/ondemand/program/an-ordinary-woman

 

will add to watch list for sure ...

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