A Conspiracy of Faith
|A Conspiracy of Faith|
Theatrical release poster
|Flaskepost fra P|
|Directed by||Hans Petter Moland|
|Produced by||Louise Vesth|
|Written by||Jussi Adler-Olsen|
|Screenplay by||Nikolaj Arcel|
|Starring||Nikolaj Lie Kaas |
Pål Sverre Hagen
Jakob Ulrich Lohmann
|Music by||Nicklas Schmidt|
|Cinematography||John Andreas Andersen|
|Edited by||Olivier Bugge Coutte|
A Conspiracy of Faith (Danish: Flaskepost fra P), also known as Department Q: A Conspiracy of Faith, is a 2016 Danish film, directed by Hans Petter Moland, based on a novel by Jussi Adler-Olsen. It is the third film in the Department Q series, after The Keeper of Lost Causes (2013) and The Absent One (2014).
An 8-year-old message in a bottle, written in blood, leads Detective Carl Morck and his assistant Assad to a series of child abductions from religious communities throughout Denmark. The majority of these abductions have not been reported for some reason, and some of them are suspected to have ended in murder.
- Nikolaj Lie Kaas – Carl Mørck
- Fares Fares – Assad
- Pål Sverre Hagen - Johannes
- Jakob Ulrich Lohmann - Elias
- Amanda Collin - Rakel
- Johanne Louise Schmidt - Rose Knudsen
- Soren Pilmark - Marcus Jacobsen
- "Department Q: A Conspiracy of Faith - Film from RadioTimes". RadioTimes.
- Jaworowski, Ken (June 6, 2016). "Review: 'A Conspiracy of Faith' Tracks a Message Written in Blood'". New York Times. Retrieved January 28, 2018.
- "'A Conspiracy of Faith': Film Review".
- A Conspiracy of Faith on IMDb
- A Conspiracy of Faith at Rotten Tomatoes
- A Conspiracy of Faith in the Danish Film Database
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