Det som göms i snö 2 The Truth Will Out 2
The Truth Will Out 2 starts with a colleague of Peter Wendel drunkenly revealing to Peter that he knows something about Peter’s brother Urban’s tragic death. According to the colleague, Urban did not in fact take his own life. Not long after the policeman makes this claim, he is found murdered, and in his apartment several case files are discovered – files that rightly belong on Peter’s table. What has the murdered officer been up to? And who felt threatened enough by him to kill?
The cold case group begin to investigate the case, embarking on a search for the truth that will not only uncover the true circumstances of Urban’s death, but reveal a highly influential member of Stockholm’s police force as a sexual predator.
“The Truth Will Out 2 gives us this year’s best Swedish TV season so far. /…/ Robert Gustafsson continues to deliver on the highest of levels, in what is without a doubt one of his career’s best and most gripping roles. The Truth Will Out season two raises the stakes also for its other characters, in what is both an impressive and cathartic manner. /…/ To conclude: When all the actors’ impressive performances are paired with a (from beginning to end) well-written script […] The Truth Will Out 2 succeeds in standing out from the crowd in the otherwise so crowded crime genre. There is no doubt that Peter Wendel’s story is time well spent before the TV.”
“The Truth Will Out 2 is even better than its first season.”
“Freed of excessive motions, [The Truth Will Out 2] stands out from the crowd thanks to how different it feels; angsty, subdued, controlled, believable. A big part of the reason why the series works as well as it does is Robert Gustafsson, who is once more phenomenal in his role as the cold case group’s sorrowful, head-strong and at times easily distracted leader, Peter Wendel. /…/ Also Ia Langhammer’s for the genre rather odd character, Barbro Svensson, is an important puzzle piece. /…/ The five episodes leave you hungry for more. Here’s hoping there will be.”
“Horrific scenes are woven together with both suspense and humor in a genius way. Robert Gustafsson performs his life’s best role as the distracted and resigned workaholic [Peter Wendel]. /…/ The television series keeps the standard high and is hands down one of the best contemporary Swedish crime dramas there is.”
- Hans Jörnlind