New Mini Series this May on CinemaWorld

cinema-worldSummer vacation is about to end, but CinemaWorld is available to help savor the last month of summer.

CinemaWorld brings first-class movie entertainment from the world’s great storytellers. Your month will surely be filled with unforgettable movie experiences from drama, tocomedy, to thrillers that cross boundaries and cultures around the globe.

Featured this May is Annika Bengtzon – Crime Reporter, from the producers of The Millenium Trilogy, comes the adaptation of Liza Marklund’s books. With award-winner Malin Crepin who stars as Annika Bengtzon, the series revolves around a compelling crime reporter that would take over large risks bringing her life into real danger.
Annika started as an inexperienced intern at the Kvällspressen tabloid to being the sophisticated editor of the crime section. She values her family but writing the best crime pieces is what keeps her going.

Feel the chill and thrill brought by each of the six episodes, with Nobel’s Last Will having been released theatrically, to be premiered this month of May on CinemaWorld.

PRIME TIME
As the recording of a TV show comes to an end, a popular television presenter, Michelle Carlsson, is mysteriously killed. Annika Bengtzon takes the chance to escape from a holiday celebration with her husband’s family and drives off to the manor where ten suspects are being held for interrogation by the police. Among the suspects are her friend Anne Snapphane and two colleagues from Kvällspressen. Find out what happens on May 3,
at 9:00 PM, as Prime Time premieres on CinemaWorld.

STUDIO SEX
The corpse of a young woman is found in a public park. Annika Bengtzon starts researching and gets more and more personally involved as she learns that the victim worked as a stripper at the club Studio Sex and was brutally murdered. Evidence arises that the Minister of Finance was present at Studio Sex on the night of the murder, and a political scandal ensues. But things are not as they appear. Discover the truth on May 10, at 11:00 PM on CinemaWorld.

RED WOLF
Annika Bengtzon is working on a story of a devastating crime when she hears that a journalist investigating the same incident has been killed. Several brutal killings followed that made Annika urge to unravel the connection with the story she is writing. Now, she is thrown on the trail of a psychopathic serial killer that puts herself
and her marriage at a breaking point. How will Annika deal with this? Know what happens as Red Wolf premiere on May 17 at 11:00 PM on CinemaWorld.

LIFETIME
Sweden’s most famous police officer is callously killed in front of his traumatized wife, who is then accused guilty of the murder and kidnapping their son. Annika Bengtzon covers the case and realizes that there was another person behind the crime. Now, Annika is determined to clear the name of the wife and locate her missing
son. Follow Annika as she digs for the truth this May 24 at 11:00 PM on CinemaWorld.

NOBEL’S LAST WILL
Knowing the truth can be deadly. While covering the prestigious Nobel Prize Dinner, Annika Bengtzon witnesses a spectacular murder right in front of her. She is bound by the police not to disclose anything but her journalistic investigation leads her closer to the inner workings within the secretive circle of the Nobel
Committee. As she discovers the truth, the situation becomes increasingly dangerous. Will Annika be able to divulge what is behind the case, or it will be too late? Find out this May 26, at 9:00 PM as Nobel’s Last Will premieres on CinemaWorld.

A PLACE IN THE SUN
Crime reporter Annika Bengtzon goes to a holiday haven on Spain’s Sunshine Coast to cover the murder of a prominent Swedish family. At first, one is lead to believe that it is a random burglary, but Annika perceives that something is wrong. Join Annika as she discovers the connection of the case to the events of the past and the drug lord of the present this 31st of May, at 11:00 PM on CinemaWorld.

Be sure to catch the other Sunday See The World movies on CinemaWorld.

Friendship, career or human right, which is more important? Laugh with the Sunday See The World movies this May on CinemaWorld. Russendisko is the story of three young Russian friends who moved to Germany standing the chance of having a better life. Follow the adventure, which was nominated for this year’s German Film Awards, this 5 th
of May, at 9:00 PM. Cockpit is about a man who takes the persona of a woman, driven by his desperation in finding a new job. Watch and laugh with this cross-gender comedy on May 12, at 9:00 PM. And Viva Belarus is the story of a young Belarusian rock star who is sentenced to serve in the army and used his time to post blogs that will awaken his fellowmen to fight for their human rights. Explore the meaning of Viva Belarus on May 19, at 9:00 PM.

CinemaWorld is available in Metro Manila on Cable Link on channel 301, and on an a la Carte subscription or through the HD Movie Pack of SkyCable on channel 184.