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Borgen (season 1)

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Borgen is a Datch political thriller from the producers of popular tv show “Murder” (Forbrydelsen). Moderate Party leader Birgitte Nyborg becomes the first woman Prime Minister of Denmark. During the campaign, she stunned her adviser and political consultant Casper Yule because Birgitte refused to publish dirt materials on the prime minister, she dressed wrong clothes on TV debates, completely departed from the prepared speech … and won!

Original Title: Borgen
Country, Channel: Denmark, DR1
Release Date: September 25, 2010
Genres: Drama
Creators: Adam Price
Cast: Sidse Babett Knudsen, Birgitte Hjort S?rensen, Pilou Asb?k, Mikael Birkkj?r, S?ren Malling

Runtime: 58 min
Language: English


Episode 1: Dyden i midten (333,29 MB)
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Episode 2: Tel til 90 (330,54 MB)
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Episode 3: Det muliges kuns (344,4 MB)
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Episode 4: Hundrede dage (331,97 MB)
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Episode 5: Mend der elsker kvinder (334,16 MB)
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Episode 6: Statsbesog (334,44 MB)
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Episode 7: Ikke se, ikke hore, ikke tale (315,3 MB)
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Episode 8: Agurketid (324,64 MB)
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Episode 9: Del og hersk (335,3 MB)
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Episode 10: Forste tirsdag i oktober (336,92 MB)
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  • It is “Danish” not “Datch” (the latter is not a known English word). … If you had written “Dutch” (which at least is an English word) then you would be referring to The Netherlands (a.k.a. Holland), but the series is Danish (coming from Denmark, which you do mention).