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Jul 24 14 2:16 PM
Agatha, I agree. That TV Guide article quotes Joel on all the stress being rough on Holder, the former addict.
The pregnancy is a surprise to me. Since Season 4 starts just 4 hours after Season 3, I presume Holder knew she was pregnant at the end of Season 3?
How then does the attempted kiss on Linden work into all this?
I've never been a big one on shipping Holder and Linden, so if the story veers away from that, I'm fine with it. But I'll bet they work it in someway.
I still don't understand why Holder and Linden feel they have to cover up Linden's killing of Skinner. He's a serial killer who had kidnapped her by gunpoint. She had great reason to fear for her life. I hope we get some deeper explanations in episode 1. It may have been a homicide, but I don't get the use of the word 'murder' in articles. But I'm not a criminal law expert.
Murder is the unlawful killing, with malice aforethought, of another human, and generally this premeditated state of mind distinguishes murder from other forms of unlawful homicide.
Justifiable homicide--In certain circumstances, homicide is justified when it prevents greater harm to innocents. A homicide can only be justified if there is sufficient evidence to prove that it was reasonable to believe that the offending party posed an imminent threat to the life or well-being of another. To rule a justifiable homicide, one must objectively prove to a trier of fact, beyond all reasonable doubt, that the suspect intended to commit violence. A homicide in this instance is blameless...
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Jul 24 14 3:21 PM
Some easier to read copies--
Jul 24 14 3:22 PM
We were watching The Killing at the Dome at this very moment. Hello Joel Kinnaman!
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Jul 25 14 12:16 PM
IThe sneak peek of the first two minutes of episode 1 of The Killing are on its Facebook page.
Sookie kills Debbie Pelt and Eric Northman shows up right then and figures out what happened, then he took the body and hid it for her, and she spent months being morose and wracked with guilt about it, and never was grateful to Eric for the risks he took for her. It was never clear why Sookie and Eric covered up the death of Debbie Pelt since Sookie was acting in self-defense for her own life from a crazy psychopathic murderer.
(this was the central storyline
in one of the early Sookie Stackhouse books. Maybe Veena Sud is a fan).
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Jul 28 14 3:47 PM
Plenty of us have made bad choices in men, but it would be hard to match Sarah Linden's. At the end of Season Three of "The Killing" (the statute of limitations has passed, but spoiler alert anyway) she discovered that her boss and sometime lover, Detective Skinner, was worse than your typical skulking-around married guy. He was the "Pied Piper" serial killer, preying on lost young women, the very person Linden and her funky ever-faithful partner Holder had been searching for all season.
Lured to his lake house, Linden was pointing her gun at him when Holder arrived and begged her not ruin her life by killing him. She paused, and ruined her life. Although "The Killing" may never recover from the bad press and viewers' sense of betrayal after the Season 1 finale didn't reveal its murderer, the show runners learned something. Season 3 – that was a fantastic.
As Season 4 begins, Linden is in the shower washing off the blood from her own personal killing. And in this intense, electrifying final season, Sarah joins the ranks of Walter White and other murderers we root for. Along with Holder, now implicated in her crime's cover-up, we witnessed her anguish and shock, her cold-blooded decision. And while viewers might find it hard to blame her, she has multiple reasons to hate herself. The show's grim, rainy Seattle atmosphere has never reflected the characters' inner lives more. (Dropped by AMC, "The Killing" was rescued for this last 6-episode season by Netflix, which will make it available for binging on August 1.)
The season also offers a new murder case for Linden and Holder: a couple and two of their three children were shot in their upscale home. Their teenaged son, who survived a gunshot in the attack, is the first of many suspects. When he recovers, he returns to his military school, run by Joan Allen in a role so blatantly stern and sinister you have to guess she's a red herring.
That plot is a distraction for Linden and Holder, but less diverting for us. The potent draw of Season 4 comes from watching Linden and Holder try to protect their lethal secret, while Holder's former partner (Gregg Henry) begins to wonder why no one has heard from Skinner. Their relationship becomes a fierce, sometimes antagonistic back-and-forth, with one of them ready to fall apart at any moment. Holder sounds calm when he warns, "Just got to keep our stories straight, Linden," until it's her turn to yell at him, "Keep your shit together!"
Mireille Enos falls apart with controlled agony; it's a terrific performance, portraying a woman who will never be happy again. Holder has more layers than ever this season, which continues his relationship with Caroline, the lawyer who likes his scruffiness and sees through his defensive front. Joel Kinnaman makes it seem effortless, as Holder veers wildly up and down. It helps that he always has the best lines.
"What do you think?" Linden asks after they've questioned a creepy, agoraphobic artist.
"Think Boo Radley over there is one sunny day away from cutting his ear off," says Holder.
There are small touches to notice, good and bad. In Episode 1, watch for a small hospital scene with Patti Smith (yes, the musician-writer), gray hair in a bun, playing a doctor.
But another detail, revealed last season, is as nonsensical as ever. Someone notices that an unusual ring Skinner's daughter wears looks exactly like the ring in a photograph of one of the Pied Piper's victims. A similar regifting of a victim's jewelry by the killer to his daughter features in "The Fall," suggesting an unsettling but unexplored father-daughter dynamic. In both series, it's hard to guess who's more careless, the killers or the series' writers.
Because Netflix did not send links to the final two episodes, I don't know the outcome. What's already clear is that "The Killing" has returned with its strongest, most original season yet. Anything can happen in a series finale. Going to prison would be a high price for Linden to pay for choosing a really bad guy.
Jul 29 14 12:56 PM
Sorry, can't get it to embed yet. I am sure it will be everywhere soon though.
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Jul 30 14 10:07 AM
"The Killing" has been declared dead twice.
It's a beautiful corpse is now resurrected with six new episodes. The title is "Reckoning" when Joel Kinnaman becomes a full-fledged Hollywood star.
It's about section nine in the third season of "The Killing." Kinnaman, who never is poor, ranging actor muscles and can handle weights that he never even tried before. At times he is even luminous in the way that Al Pacino was and that Meryl Streep still. Kinna's gaze speaks of rage, sadness and painful confusion while seeking contact for understanding.
Kinnaman is simply breathtaking good.
It was near that he never got to be. "The Killing" is originally a remake of the Danish "offense". The murder of Rosie Larsen is at the center, but did it for a long time. Therefore, losing the series more than 30 percent of the viewers in the United States between season one and two. The commercial side of the television industry beat his fist on the table. In July 2012, the announcement: "The Killing" are dropped.
Less than a year later, the series is back thanks to an agreement between the Fox television studios, TV channel AMC and Netflix.
Season three is the series' best. Kinnaman grows as I said as an actor, Mireille Enos continues to be the series' safe surnav and showrunner Veena Sud seem to think it's nice not to have Rosie-the weight on their shoulders.
In addition, guest plays excellent Peter Sarsgaard and what can be likened to a "Sopranos"-pointing out the third finals onwards, but after a while it adds "The Killing" again on the series Cemetery.
Fortunately, it is a corpse that can not be rotten.
On August 1 will be six new episodes available on Netflix. I've seen four of them and am not disappointed. The beginning is great when it begins just hours after the fateful events in the forest where we left Holder and Linden.
Quickly also shows Kinnaman why this suits him better than, say, mild disappointment "Robocop"; together with Eno's form he a radarpar which should continue along long time to come.
We keep our fingers crossed because the last vigil postponed indefinitely.
Jul 30 14 10:08 AM
Now it really is time to gear up for the fourth and final season of "The Killing." Friday, August 1st will be the six new episodes available on Netflix and Spoiler Alert can now view an exclusive clip where Joel Kinnaman and Mireille Enos talks about the series. The fourth season begins directly after the third ended - now the focus is on the relationship between Linden and Holder, at the same time they have to solve a new murder case. Joan Allen has been one of the major roles of Margaret Rayne, principal of a military school for boys. Among others, Gregg Henry, Sterling Beaumon and Levi Meaden is also included in the cast. Veena Sud is just like the previous showrunner. The first three seasons of "The Killing" is available to view on Netflix.
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Jul 30 14 12:10 PM
On April 3, 2011, The Dome Forums was waiting for Joel Kinnaman to make his first appearance in Season 1, Episode 1 of The Killing. At that time, he was to us a/k/a JW from Snabba Cash, and Gustaf Skarsgård’s friend.
We have followed everything about The Killing since, and have never missed an episode. None of us could have anticipated how great Joel would be in this series, or how much we would come to love both him and Holder.
We will be watching the Season 3 finale on 7/31, 9 p.m. EDT. Then we will binge Season 4 on 8/1 starting at 7 p.m. EDT.
For us it always has been all about Holder, from County.
If you’d like to watch with us, feel free to join in!
Jul 31 14 10:59 AM
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