Follow the Money Review - Intriguing, Modern, Corporate Crime Drama

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Follow the Money, a Topic original series, brings to the screen an intriguing, contemporary, corporate drama as the high stakes' European energy market, becomes center stage in this entertaining whodunit thriller set across three captivating seasons.

Winner of six awards including Best TV Series, Best Actor, Best Actress, Best Supporting Actor, Best Supporting Actress from the Danish Film Awards, the series opens with a murder, an immigrant working the wind farms and the lead detective, Mads Justensen, played by Thomas Bo Larsen, investigating the death begins follow the trail to Corporate Energy giant, Energreen.


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Energreen, a major Danish sustainable energy company, lead by Alexander Sodergren, played by Nikolaj Lie Kass, has had an enormous, suspect growth. An attorney in the legal department, Claudia Moreno, played by Natalie Madueno, discovers a 20million euro error which she tries to present and is usurped by the head of legal. She is given an assignment which leads to insider trading, a frontrunning scam, which two Stern Business School alumni and employees of Energreen built.

They are terminated with generous severance and decide to work out an additional package of two million euro each for their silence. The money is delivered by the corporate muscle P, played by Claes Ljungmark.


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A retired car thief Nicky Rasmussen, played by Esben Smed, has been draw back into his old life, by a new employee at his father-in-law's body shop, Bisme, played by Lucas Hanson, and a car order from a group of Serbians who roll it right into the container has the pair searching for a BMW. One of the corporate thieves is rude, arrogant, pretentious, and nasty to these two when they show up to fix his car. So, with cash waiting for them the follow him home and steal his car, along with the two million in the trunk.

With the energy company preparing from an IPO, the newly promoted Claudia begins to prepare contracts for potential investors. An investigative journalist, Mia Hermansen, played by Charlotte Munck, has discovered the firm is inflating their economic value and is set to run with the story.


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Follow the Money is a series that takes us into the world of economic crime in the banks, on the stock exchanges, and in the boardrooms. It is the story of specu­lators, swindlers, corporate moguls, and the crimes they commit in their pursuit of wealth. It is the story of ambition that corrupts, and of the way organized criminals launder their ill-gotten gains.

Follow the Money, a mesmerizing and spellbinding episodic adventure, is part of Topic's Summer of Suspense along with additional Danish series, The Killing and The Bridge. See it.


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Country: Denmark.

Language: Danish, English, French (in English Subtitles).

Runtime: 47minutes per episode.

Director: Søren Balle, Jannik Johansen, Mads Kamp Thulstrup.

Producer: Anders Toft Andersen.

Writers: Jeppe Gjervig Gram, Jannik Tai Mosholt, Anders Frithiof August. 

Cast: Thomas Bo Larsen, Esben Smed, Thomas Hwan, Natalie Madueno, Nikolaj Lie Kass, Claes Ljungmark, Charlotte Munck.

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