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Trapped Season 1 ซับไทย

Trapped season 1 ซับไทย แอนเดรีย โอราฟเซน หัวหน้าตำรวจในเมืองที่ห่างไกลในไอซ์แลนด์ ไขคดีฆาตกรรมอดีตชาวเมืองที่ชาวประมงได้ศพที่เสียหายแล้วถูกพบโดยชาวประมง

Trapped Season1 ซับไทย Ep 1
Trapped Season1 ซับไทย Ep 2
Trapped Season1 ซับไทย Ep 3
Trapped Season1 ซับไทย Ep 4
Trapped Season1 ซับไทย Ep 5
Trapped Season1 ซับไทย Ep 6
Trapped Season1 ซับไทย Ep 7
Trapped Season1 ซับไทย Ep 8
Trapped Season1 ซับไทย Ep 9
Trapped Season1 ซับไทย Ep 10

Trapped (Icelandic: Ófærð) is an Icelandic television mystery drama series, created by Baltasar Kormákur and produced by RVK Studios. Broadcast in Iceland on RÚV started on 27 December 2015. Co-written by Sigurjón Kjartansson and Clive Bradley, the first series of ten episodes follows Andri Olafsson (Ólafur Darri Ólafsson), the chief of police in a remote town in Iceland, solving the murder of a former townsman whose mutilated corpse is recovered by fishermen. The series was directed by Kormákur, Baldvin Z, Óskar Thor Axelsson and Börkur Sigthorsson.

Golden Globe winner Jóhann Jóhannsson with Hildur Gudnadóttir and Rutger Hoedemaekers composed the music. Sigurjón Kjartansson acted as executive producer, alongside Kormákur and Magnus V. Sigurdsson as producers. Dagblaðið Vísir reported on 2 May 2015 that Trapped is the most expensive television series ever made in Iceland, with overall costs estimated to be about 1,000,000,000 ISK (€6,500,000 EUR). Before this, most Icelandic television series rarely exceeded production costs of 100–200,000,000 ISK. RVK Studios provided most of the funding, while Creative Europe also supported the project with 75,000,000 ISK. Filming for the first series took place in Siglufjörður, Seyðisfjörður and Reykjavík between December 2014 and May 2015.

The series received its worldwide premiere at the Toronto International Film Festival on 20 September 2015. It has since been sold to numerous broadcasters across the world, including the BBC, which began screening it in the United Kingdom on BBC Four on 13 February 2016. The Weinstein Company announced it