9/10 … This is right up my alley … dark, mysterious, moments that gives you goosebumps. It’s kind of slow but were you get to know the characters on a deeper level. The charismatic Grzegorz Damiecki (as Paweł) is simply amazing. Also the young versions of the kids made a really good job, Laura (Wiktoria Filus) and Pawel (Hubert Milkowski) and where very convincing in their affection for each other.

5/10 … I almost quit after episode one, but decided to stick with it a couple of episodes more. Why I was thinking about quitting? It kind of felt a bit to “disneyfied” for my taste, a bit too polished, too many actor faces that seems to be taken directly from a photo model catalogue. Overuse of handcuffs in situations it would never have been used in real life…

6,5/10 … The premise of the show sounded great, an FBI detective that disappeared when hunting a serial killer suddenly comes back after 6 years, I mean what’s not to like? As some of you might know, I’m not a fan of crime/thriller shows were they solve one case in 45 minutes. This not the case here, but it often plays out the same way. For example, one character is supposed to break in to a mental hospital, and gets told how hard it’s gonna be, 2 minutes later she as succeeded. Usually I would have given up by now, but there’s something “unknown” about the main characters background that I find intriguing, so I kept watching.

This song is a feel good song for me, it never fails to make me happy. The drumming in this is simply amazing, and I remember the first time I heard this I immediately had to check out the drumming band Olodum first album “Egito Madagáscar”, and that’s a recommend if you like this kind of drum music. “The Obvious Child” is a song recorded by the American singer-songwriter Paul Simon. It was the lead single from his eighth studio album, The Rhythm of the Saints (1990), released by Warner Bros. Records. Written by Simon, its lyrics explore mortality and aging. The song is accompanied by a performance from Brazilian drumming collective Olodum in a live recording…

8/10 … Much like the fact that the DJ/Hip Hop scene sky rocketed after all looting during the big black out in New York 1977, where poor people suddenly found themselves with good DJ equipment we have here another story of a cargo ship getting lost and then it’s music equipment suddenly appeared on a small island, and the result … awesome music!

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