BECK – Quid Pro Quo will premiere on C More March 17. BECK – The Death Trap premiered on Christmas Day. BECK, who this year celebrates 25 years, continues to be a huge viewer success.
BECK – The Death Trap is the 47th Beck film, and after a raucous youth party in a residential area outside Stockholm, one of the party-goers is found dead. The body is found by Vilhelm (Valter Skarsgård), who is a police aspirant and on his first internship. It will be a very traumatic event for Vilhelm. Alex (Jennie Silfverhjelm), who is his mentor, assumes a heavy role in guiding and restraining Vilhelm in the upcoming investigation.
The films 47-50 are a direct sequel where we left the BECK team last and under the direction of Alex Beijer, the team is the same; Oskar, Jenny, Ayda, Steinar and Josef. The police unit works closely and efficiently together, but there are clouds of unrest. Has Alex come to terms with her past? Does Josef fit into the group? Can Steinar contribute when they need him the most? And the newly appointed Säpo chief Klas Fredén continues to appear where he is not supposed to and gets involved in investigations that he has nothing to do with.
The Beck films are based on Maj Sjöwall and Per Wahlöö’s characters and detective story about Martin Beck. Directed by Pontus Klänge and Niklas Ohlson. Peter Arrhenius, Dennis Magnusson, Annika Sandahl, Ronnie Sandahl and Johan Bogaeus have written the scripts. Script editor is Fredrik Agetoft. The films are produced by Francy Suntinger at Filmlance International, which is part of Banijay. Niva Westlin Dahl is executive producer at C More and TV4 and Hanne Palmquist is executive producer at Filmlance International. Beck is a co-production between C More, TV4, Filmlance and Nordisk Film Production in collaboration with ZDF, DR, TV2 Norway, Nordisk Film Distribution and Banijay Rights. Beck is distributed internationally by Banijay Rights.