So far ,so good ! Liked the way you see how someone can disappear in a matter of seconds , and you can feel the intense suffering the parents go thru. As long as it stays intriguing and good performances by all cast members which were , actually excellent ! I just worry if maybe a bit too depressing a subject matter. It reminds me of a cross up between Ashley Judd's old series with a French Murder mystery The Crimson Rivers 1 and 2 Jean Reno was in that one ,hold on I'll IMDB it via Google , actually he has a few Dark Policemen type roles this reminded me of.
Now this is definitely a must see thriller. Just saw the first episode and I'm hooked. I want to know what happened to the little boy, and if they are ever going find him after four or five years of being lost or kidnapped.
wow!!! very up to date, incredible suspense. Appreciate the fact that there are no subtitles as it totally puts you into the parents perspective. As a parent I can say I am totally sitting on the edge of my seat. WATCH IT, it may be a bit slow for some peoples tastes, but absolutely incredible. Has given me the shivers.
This had me terribly hooked, the tension and desperation were almost unbearable. I can't believe they managed to delay the ending until the end of the season without me losing interest.
Season two is a different story but just as good. Glad they gave this one more closure.
Show touches really interesting topics on much deeper perspective. I also liked that the show had lines in foreign languages, yet not too much to make the show annoying for those who can't stand subtitles. If you feel like refreshing French and German, then this is a good way how.
The problem however was that all the suspense we should feel from the crimes, were lost at the slow pacing. As well as the solution to the crimes came quite late in the story. I'm also unsure about the back and forth jumping between past and present scenes. While it's interesting to see how something has affected a person years after, it made the plot more chaotic for the viewer.