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Icelandic detective series Trapped returned after a claustrophobic first run which saw an extreme blizzard close roads and airports to a remote town, where there was, inconveniently, a killer on the loose. Series two brought more grisly crimes, but it also touched more on contemporary issues: the threat of the far right; fear of immigrants; and protests amid environmental disasters. Reunited once more with cuddly bear chief of police Andri Ólafsson (Ólafur Darri Ólafsson), the team of small-town cops examine an even more complex and challenging murder case, beginning with the death of a geothermal power plant employee and involving secrets hidden in the surrounding countryside. Intelligent and moody, Trapped is one of the few Nordic crime dramas since The Bridge that keeps audiences coming back for more.
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