Funkuhr media library tip for the weekend: Killing Mike

Funkuhr media library tip for the weekend

Just switch off a bit and spend a cozy evening in front of the TV? We have exactly the right entertainment tip for you!

Radio clock media library tip for the weekend
Killing Mike – an eight-part Danish-German thriller series
A year and a half after the death of his son Aksel, village doctor Peter (Claus Riis Østergaard) is convinced that the death was not an accident. Rather, he believes that Mike (Morten Hee Andersen) deliberately ran over the drunken Aksel with his pickup. Mike’s friend Kasper (Sylvester Byder), who was sitting next to him in the car, has been receiving psychotherapy ever since. He is the only witness to the incident and holds to the fact that it was an accident and Mike is not a killer. But Kasper’s father John (Mads Rømer) strictly forbids him to continue to be friends with Mike.

Peter is starting to go nuts because Mike got away with no penalty. Even Peter’s brother Martin (Anders Juul) cannot dissuade him from his theory. Peter is obsessed that his son was deliberately run over by Mike. When he confronts Mike in front of all the villagers at the annual summer festival, he is taken away from the festival by villager John, pub owner Bibi (Lene Maria Christensen) and Milad (Dar Salim), who runs the local chicken farm, to defuse the situation. But Peter isn’t the only one who hates Mike. In the pub there are some who want him dead, because Mike is a tyrant and terrifies the Danish island of Funen …


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