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Brilliant Danish political drama inline with other great political dramas like House of Cards (Netflix version) and First Among Equals (BBC).

Acting is superb and everything unfolds beautifully. Nice to see another democracy with its own idiosyncracies at work.

Unlike The Bridge, where the script was far less wordy, the Danish subtitles in Borgen will keep you on your toes. But the Danish is the only way to go.
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^ I'll check out that. Really enjoyed the American and UK House of Cards.
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Anyone catch Vinyl's premier?
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Anyone catch Vinyl's premier?
Gonna watch it today.
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Anyone catch Vinyl's premier?


Started off slow ,I didn't think I would like it then it seemed to come together and really took off. Im looking forward to the next show.Great job with the music but we're talkin'm-m-m-my generation . Keep an eye out for all the synchronicity or "synergy" as Buck called it. Very much an undercurrent of the era.

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Gonna watch it today.
Maybe tomorrow. Actually started watching The Sopranos yesterday (I haven't watched a single episode until then shog[1].gifshog[1].gifshog[1].gif). It's soo good. Can't stop now. wink.gif
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Started off slow ,I didn't think I would like it then it seemed to come together and really took off. Im looking forward to the next show.Great job with the music but we're talkin'm-m-m-my generation . Keep an eye out for all the synchronicity or "synergy" as Buck called it. Very much an undercurrent of the era.

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Who thinks the last scene was literal and not symbolic or a symbolic hallucination? I tend to think it was not a real event but will have to wait until next week to find out.

Also, really hate a pilot that starts with the main character being party to a murder unless it just goes away. IMO, stupid to play a card that might overshadow the entire series.
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Started off slow ,I didn't think I would like it then it seemed to come together and really took off. Im looking forward to the next show.Great job with the music but we're talkin'm-m-m-my generation . Keep an eye out for all the synchronicity or "synergy" as Buck called it. Very much an undercurrent of the era.

Don't click unless you watched: Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
Who thinks the last scene was literal and not symbolic or a symbolic hallucination? I tend to think it was not a real event but will have to wait until next week to find out.

Also, really hate a pilot that starts with the main character being party to a murder unless it just goes away. IMO, stupid to play a card that might overshadow the entire series.
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Bringin'down the house? The whole show is a symbolic hallucination on actual events imo . The killing had heavy undertones of self defense so it may not be as big an issue plot wise as it might seem . Just my take 
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Don't click unless you watched:
Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
Who thinks the last scene was literal and not symbolic or a symbolic hallucination? I tend to think it was not a real event but will have to wait until next week to find out.

Also, really hate a pilot that starts with the main character being party to a murder unless it just goes away. IMO, stupid to play a card that might overshadow the entire series.
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Thought the same but the last scene was a real event with some artistic license.
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Thought the same but the last scene was a real event with some artistic license.


Really? Cool to know and thanks for sharing that.
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Brilliant Danish political drama inline with other great political dramas like House of Cards (Netflix version) and First Among Equals (BBC).

Acting is superb and everything unfolds beautifully. Nice to see another democracy with its own idiosyncracies at work.

Unlike The Bridge, where the script was far less wordy, the Danish subtitles in Borgen will keep you on your toes. But the Danish is the only way to go.

I'm starved for a good show. Can I find this on Netflix or Amazon prime? That reminds me to get back to Mad Dogs.
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Can't really call it streaming since it's not on Netflix yet and I don't have access to the shows on BBC's on service, but i've been rewatching the latest season of Dr Who. Phenomenal stuff. I've said this in the Dr Who thread, but I honestly thought Sleep No More was the only weak episode. Otherwise it was the best season of NuWho and Heaven Sent was arguably its greatest episode.
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For someone who never watched Dr. Who, how much work is required to get up to speed on the Whoverse? Are we talking 40+ hours of viewing, or is it something I could knock out in a weekend?
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For someone who never watched Dr. Who, how much work is required to get up to speed on the Whoverse? Are we talking 40+ hours of viewing, or is it something I could knock out in a weekend?

 

Weekend? Definitely not. This is a series that started in the days of black-and-white television, if not radio.

 

I'm not a Whovian, but when I was looking for a jump-in spot, people recommended starting with the Christopher Eccleston season.

 

That was years ago, mind, and I don't keep up with the series at all - so opinions have likely changed.

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