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Guilty, The (2018)

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The Guilty
Den skyldige
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Movie Poster
Country DEN.jpg Denmark
Directed by Gustav Möller
Release Date June 14, 2018
Language Danish
Studio Nordisk Film Spring
New Danish Screen
Distributor Nordisk Film
Main Cast
Character Actor
Asger Holm Jakob Cedergren
Iben Østergård Jessica Dinnage
Rashid Omar Shargawi
Michael Berg Johan Olsen


The Guilty is a 2018 Danish movie directed by Gustav Möller. After a fatal shot during an operation, police officer Asger Holm has been ordered to work inside the police emergency call center in Copenhagen until his case is heard. It is his last night, his last duty in this unloved position before a commission is to make a final decision on his fate the next day. The shift ends at midnight, and at first, it is the usual mix of crazies, drunks, and easy cases that Asger routinely and quickly works through. Until Iben calls, a young woman who has apparently just been kidnapped and who will repeatedly check in with him throughout the evening.

In 2021, a US remake directed by Antoine Fuqua was released under the same name starring Jake Gyllenhaal.


The following weapons were used in the film The Guilty:


Pistols

Heckler & Koch USP Compact

Politiassistent (Police Constable with 12 years service) Asger Holm (Jakob Cedergren) and other Politiet officers can be seen carrying Heckler & Koch USP Compact pistols in their holsters.

H&K USP Compact - 9x19mm
The holstered USP of Asger is seen on the left.
Asger's colleague (Morten Thunbo) to the left with his pistol.
When Asger stands up to move to another room, the pistol's grip can see better. The "HK" markings are visible.
Another policewoman (Maria Gersby) informs Asger that a little girl on the phone is asking for him.

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