Four daring female lawyers become famous for helping victims of sex crimes. But, after a journalist they’ve been working with is murdered, they fear the patriarchy they’re fighting could reveal all of their secrets. A timely Swedish thriller.
Heder represents a young girl who has been raped. After the man is acquitted, Heder turns to a journalist who might be able to help them overturn the verdict. Meanwhile, CA is working on a scoop about a sex ring involving highly prominent people.
Heder has always prided itself on representing victims but now they are in a difficult situation as their client is about to go on trial for a violent crime. They begin to question whether Isabel really killed CA after an attempted rape.
After Karin’s apartment is vandalized with the number “1992” scratched into the door, she discovers that Nour’s attacker left a note which also hinted at that year. They now fear their harasser plans to reveal a secret from their university days.
Elin’s investigation into a new app called NEAT brings her to young male prostitute who may have information on its connections to the sex trade. As Elin gets close to the truth, she fears that she is next in line for a threat.
The attempt to set up a meeting with “Pierre” is sabotaged after Jamal is given a lethal dose of heroin by an assailant. Sandra is threatened by a stranger; Elin’s further research on the app leads her to the company that developed it.
A shocking discovery leads Heder to conclude that NEAT is now murdering people to protect its business, which means they have police connections. In order to combat this organization, the women of Heder are going to have to stay one step ahead.
Janni and Elin manage to get away from a group of masked men that appear outside the server hall. Clearly, NEAT are on to them and know who they are. Meanwhile, Nour uses her televised debate with Erik Asp to unexpectedly reveal a secret.