Beck: Episodes 13-18
Beck: Episodes 13-18 
He’s got no style, he’s got no flash and he’s squarely in middle age. But Swedish detective Martin Beck is good at one thing: methodically catching criminals so that they can be put away… for a long time. His tightly-wound partner, Gunvald, is his opposite: an impulsive man who cuts a dashing figure, is in no way politically correct and who never met a boundary he didn’t leap across. He’ll do anything to get information from a suspect, including “enhanced” interrogation techniques. It’s classic good cop/bad cop, and together with their team they bring down dangerous criminals lurking in the seedy Stockholm underworld. Beck’s a loner but he’s not anti-social; he regularly sees his daughter, with whom he now has a much better relationship than when he was neglecting her growing up. And at the end of a workday, there’s always an interesting conversation and a nightcap with a neighbor who gives new meaning to the word quirky.

Episode 13: Sender Unknown - Beck and his team investigate the murder of an accountant at an airport parking lot. Meanwhile, a reporter receives an anonymous tip regarding the embezzling of funds earmarked for repairing nuclear reactors. When the reporter contacts Beck, he too becomes the target for violence.

Episode 14: The Ad Man - A rapist and murderer is targeting women through personal ads on public bulletin boards. Beck’s not entirely comfortable with it, but he lets Alice go undercover and pose as someone answering the latest ad. She’s facing a perp more complicated than the team can imagine.

Episode 15: The Boy in the Glass Bowl - The mother of an autistic boy is found murdered in her home. Gunvald finds her son naked in a closet, covered in blood and holding the murder weapon. The boy’s non-verbal, and his primitive communication draws Beck into one of the most difficult cases of his career.

Episode 16: Blind Profit
In horrific murders around Stockholm, victims are having their faces dissolved by acid. At the same time, Beck suffers a heart incident and gets told by his doctors that he has to take it easy. He gets relief from the stress of the case when he falls in love with a charming woman.

Episode 17: The Scorpion
The body of a man is discovered in an abandoned house. The man's wife and their two children have fled the scene and refuse to come out of hiding. After Beck tracks the woman down at a shelter, he begins to understand why she wants to keep her case out of the hands of the police.

Episode 18: The Unclaimed Girl
A five-year-old girl is found dead in a root cellar. When a man living nearby kills himself and leaves a letter apologizing for his pedophilia, the case seems closed. But Beck isn't convinced. And why hasn't a local family reported a child missing?

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SKU SKU16713
Format 16:9 Anamorpic Widescreen
Running Time 546 Min.
Discs 6-DVD Set
Country of Origin Sweden
Language In Swedish with English Subtitles
Price: $63.92

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