Broadcast on August 6 at 8:30 p.m. on Be Series
It is fairly tough to talk of Klangor with out revealing just a little in regards to the plot. Indeed, if we have no idea upfront what this Polish detective sequence will probably be about, the primary episode is already wealthy in surprises and takes us on many tracks.
Rafal (Arkadiusz Jakubik) is a psychologist in a jail and looks after Emil, an inmate who frequently reasons issues and whom he invitations to reconcile with those that percentage his mobile. They purchase medication from a guard, Emil additionally takes some and overdoses. When he wakes up, the prison is stuffed with blood, one in every of his fellow prisoners is located disembowelled. He is taken to the infirmary from the place he’ll get away…
There would were sufficient to ultimate a couple of episodes simply with this plot on my own, however on the identical time, Rafal’s two daughters are arguing a couple of boy they each fell in love with, regardless of his violent tendencies. And the similar night, one in every of them disappears, whilst the boy they covet is located useless… This does so much for the psychologist, particularly for the reason that collective creativeness briefly hyperlinks the 2 occasions. For him, it is unimaginable that Emil has the rest to do with all this, or that one in every of his daughters can have killed somebody… He’s going to guide the investigation at the facet of the guards as a substitute.
Despite an enigmatic identify that might dispose of some (Klangor is the Polish phrase for the track of the cranes), this sequence of 8 episodes of 45 mins is each a circle of relatives drama and a wide ranging mystery with more than one twists. By its realization and its photographs, it’s harking back to English or Belgian detective sequence, evidence that on this style, Europe has not anything to envy to American blockbusters.