Netflix has begun production of its upcoming Nordic noir ‘The Chestnut Man’. This six part psychological thriller series is based on the acclaimed début novel of the same name by Søren Sveistrup. The shooting for ‘The Chestnut Man’ has started in Copenhagen, Denmark.
As per Netflix, “The Chestnut Man is a character-driven psychological thriller. It takes the viewer on a dark and unpredictable hunt for a killer who leaves chestnut figurines as a creepy calling card on the victims, and suddenly is one case linked to a high-profile missing-child investigation.”
‘The Chestnut Man’ has been created by Søren Sveistrup, Dorte Høgh, David Sandreuter and Mikkel Serup. The cast for this Netflix series includes award-winning actress Danica Curcic (The Mist, Equinox), Mikkel Boe Følsgaard (The Rain, A Royal Affair), David Dencik (Chernobyl, James Bond ‘No Time To Die’), Iben Dorner (Borgen) and Lars Ranthe (Ride Upon The Storm).
Directed by Mikkel Serup, the series has been produced by SAM productions, the same company that produced the famous Norwegian Netflix original ‘Ragnarok’ and new season of newly announced Borgen. Søren Sveistrup will executive produce ‘The Chestnut Man’ alongside Meta Louise Foldager Sørensen.
The Chestnut Man is set to premiere globally on Netflix. The release dates are yet to be announced.
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