I found 'Dangerous Dreams' visually interesting, because it's set in the middle of winter so you get some gorgeous views of frozen landscapes, and inside the house you get the impression of coldness too. (The series as a whole has made a transition from Midsummer to New Year.) You'd expect more knitwear, but there's very little: Puck's knitted top with the peter pan collar makes a reappearance, but aside from that, heavy winter coats and woven scarves seem to be the main concession the characters make to the season. While you can presume the house is well heated and that's why the characters are all able to wear fairly lightweight clothing, it still makes you, the viewer, feel slightly chilly.
|Episode 6: Puck's first cardi has good stitch definition, but the second|
is fuzzier, showing a fluffier yarn was used for that one.
|Einar and Puck's father both wear splendid tank tops. |
The uniform of the leading academic?
|Still formal dress for dinner in Ep 5 - while she's wearing a skirt, Puck's|
sharp shirt gives her a more masculine look than the other women have.
|Ylva starts out very dowdy...|
|But Christer proves a good influence - sartorially, at least.|
Stop Staring's 'Timeless' dress in green), and even get to see her in her racy black underpinnings. Pretty much everything Barbara wears is tight, with the exception of her silky floral dressing gown, which she's not averse to wearing around men. Whereas the other characters wear sensible coats and woolly scarves, Barbara wears furs in the snow.
WELL DONE, EINAR
episodes 1 and 2 and episodes 3 and 4 of Crimes of Passion.