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Cold Case Hammarskjöld

Cold Case Hammarskjöld is a movie starring Mads Brügger, Clarinah Mfengu, and Saphir Wenzi Mabanza. Danish director Mads Brügger and Swedish private investigator Göran Björkdahl are trying to solve the mysterious death of Dag...

Other Titles
Murder in the Bush: Cold Case Hammarskjöld, Hvem dræbte Dag Hammarskjöld?, Hammarskjöld byla, Caso abierto: Hammarskjöld, Hammarskjöld, döglött akták, Nerešeni slučaj Hamaršeld, Cold case à l'ONU, Fallet Hammarskjöld, Zaboravljeni slučaj Hammarskjöld, Kto zabił sekretarza generalnego ONZ?, Odlozený Případ Hammarskjold, Hammarskjöld: caso sin resolver, Mysteriet Hammarskjöld, White Is the Colour of Death, Wer tötete Dag Hammarskjöld?
Running Time
2 hours 8 minutes
480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
History, Animation, Documentary
Mads Brügger
Mads Brügger
Clarinah Mfengu, Saphir Wenzi Mabanza, Mads Brügger, U Thant
Denmark, Belgium, Norway, Sweden
Audio Languages
日本語, اللغة_العربية, English, Deutsch, Français, Italiano, Español, Svenska, Gaeilge, Nederlands
Japanese, اللغة_العربية, Čeština, Tiếng Việt, Português, 한국어, Australia, Filipino, हिन्दी

Danish director Mads Brügger and Swedish private investigator Göran Björkdahl are trying to solve the mysterious death of Dag Hammarskjöld. As their investigation closes in, they discover a crime far worse than killing the Secretary-General of the United Nations.

Comments about history «Cold Case Hammarskjöld» (5)

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Well, it was so refreshing to watch a documentary that does not only look into the different cultural aspects of the peoples of the United States, but also explores the ideas of identity, culture, and what makes us who we are. Yes, I am a woman, and this documentary touched on what is often a taboo topic. It was also interesting to see how the people of this country are very different from the way they were during the American Revolution. Some of the interviews were very interesting, like with the Roman Catholic Church, but there was a lot of stereotyping that didn't really serve the film very well. The movie was very well done, but the book I was looking for was much better.

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Keith Curtis

I've been reading about the story of the 'Hammer' in the news for a while now. I can't remember when the first stories came out about it, but it was long ago. I never knew that it was an unsolved mystery, and now I have a better idea of how the story started. As it turned out, the story was made up of many pieces of a puzzle, and some of them, were missing. This documentary explains what happened to all of the pieces and how they were connected. It is a bit of a pain to watch, because it is a bit hard to follow, but it's worth it. I liked it a lot. I hope you do too.

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George C.

My wife and I saw this at the San Francisco Film Festival. We were surprised to find that this is actually an intelligent, well-made documentary. While it is not a documentary about the trial itself, it does address the court cases and the decision-making process. The documentary also includes a comment from each of the defendants on their cases. It is a good, informative film.

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Albert Patterson

A collection of short stories that explore the true history of Iceland and its people. The films are told in a straightforward manner and contain no narration. The stories are written by a team of Icelanders, and each one is a personal work. The filmmaker and writer team of Sebastian Berg and Birgitta Jonsdottir, who also collaborated on the film, does a great job in telling their stories and of making us feel the sadness of the people of Iceland in the years that they were conquered. Some of the stories are extremely sad, but they are all told in a way that allows the viewer to understand what the main characters are going through. One of the stories is about a man who is trying to find his lost wife and daughter. Another is about a man who was a priest in a time of great darkness. Some of the stories are also about his family. They are all interesting and will make you feel for the people in Iceland. One of the stories, the one about the priest, is also about the difference in people's perception of each other. I would recommend this film to anyone who likes documentaries about Iceland and its people. There is not one scene that is not a good example of how the director and the writers made this film. The final word is that this film is a great piece of work that shows how a documentary can be made on a large scale.

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Rose B.

I was a bit skeptical about this film, considering it was about the "the man who solved the mystery of the Norse Gods". I was pleasantly surprised to find that the film was very interesting and not too boring. The film starts out with a quick overview of the history of Norse mythology, and then introduces the story of Sturluson. It then goes into the life of Sturluson and the various ways he tried to solve the mystery of the Norse Gods. There are several interesting interviews with experts who talk about their interpretation of Sturluson and his work. The film then takes a turn for the more bizarre when we meet some of the Gods and their Gods. The Norse Gods were portrayed in a very different way than the ones we are used to. The Norse Gods are more concerned with things like killing, and having sex with humans. They are not particularly concerned with things like healing, or helping people. The Norse Gods are also much more complex than the Greek Gods. The Norse Gods are described as a combination of the human and the animal. They are also much more powerful than the Gods in the Greek myths. The Norse Gods are also depicted as being human and male, rather than the Gods in the Greek myths. There are also more of a lot of nudity in this film. There is also a lot of nudity and sexual themes in this film. The nudity is not for the purpose of titillation, but is for the purpose of the story telling. It is not a pornographic film, but more of a depiction of the Norse Gods and their relationship with humans. The sex scenes are very explicit, and quite erotic. This film is not pornographic, and I think this is the main reason why it is so good. It is very interesting and very interesting to watch, and I would recommend this film to anyone who is interested in Norse mythology and mythology in general.