What if being a determined detective doesn’t prove beneficial for you as your methods of getting the truth out in the open for people to know to get you criticized by the people who are senior to you instead of praising you for getting the truth out of the criminals or suspects of a crime?
How will you feel, as in, would you still be determined to get the truth out in the open for people to know? The protagonist of the series titled “Detective Frost” chooses to continue with the hard work and bring out the truth behind the gruesome crimes taking place in his area.
Directed by Daniel Jaroszek and Leszek Dawid, the Polish crime thriller drama focuses on Wiktor Frost joining hands with Olga Szrebska to solve the cases of the series of weird murders that strike up in the Tatra Mountains after being dismissed by his team.
The crime drama is adapted from a novel by the Polish writer and lawyer Remigiusz Mroz and adapted by Netflix for viewers to watch and enjoy in the form of a series, as not everyone is a fan of reading a novel, even though it is a masterpiece.
Written by Agata Malesinska and Marcin Cecki, the Polish crime series is a masterpiece featuring Borys Szyc playing the role of Detective Wiktor Frost, the series protagonist and a brilliant detective trying to solve the series of murders occurring in the Tatra Mountains.
Andrzej Bienias plays the role of Edmund Oscia, Frost’s department’s police chief. Zuzanna Saporznikow plays the role of Olga Szrebska, the eccentric journalist; Kamilla Baar plays the role of Dominika Wadryś Hansen, and Aleksandra Grabowska playing the role of Agata Osica, Detective Frost’s girlfriend, in the lead.
Well, throughout the journey, the only thing that left people wondering was why the serial killer killed Agatha, even though he was successful in baiting Detective Frost out of hiding to come after him.
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The brilliant crime-thriller titled “Detective Frost” begins in an undisciplined location in the mountainous region of Poland, where the camera slowly but steadily glides through a shack with dim lights and covers with heavy music blaring in the background before the screen shifts and the audience gets a glimpse of a man held hostage with severe signs of torture.
Well, before the hostage could worry about his safety and ways to make it out alive, the arrival of another individual had him lose hope of coming out alive as he cut off his finger, which had a distinct gold ring with an R engraved in it.
The kidnapper is revealed to be the one behind cutting the finger of the hostage, while Woktor Frost makes an appearance on the screen with him running desperately through the woods in search of someone unknown before a flashback reveals his relationship with Agatha, the daughter of Edmund Oscia, the police chief of Wiktor’s department.
During the flashback, it comes to light that the pair has been in a relationship for a long while, and the reason behind Agatha and Wiktor not making the relationship permanent is Agatha’s struggle with mental illness and the age gap between the two before the screen shifts to present, and Wiktor continues to work on the case.