Intrigo: Samaria

Intrigo: Samaria is a 2019 German-Swedish-American mystery crime drama film directed by Daniel Alfredson and starring Phoebe Fox, Andrew Buchan and Jeff Fahey.[1][2] It is the third of a trilogy preceded by Intrigo: Death of an Author (2018) and Intrigo: Dear Agnes (2019).[3]

Intrigo: Samaria
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Film poster
Directed byDaniel Alfredson
Written byDaniel Alfredson
Birgitta Bongenhielm
Produced byRick Dugdale
Thomas Peter Friedl
Uwe Schott
CinematographyPaweł Edelman
Edited byHåkan Karlsson
Music byAnders Niska
Klas Wahl
Enderby Entertainment
The Amazing Film Company
Seine Pictures
Distributed by20th Century Fox (Germany)
Lionsgate (United States)
Release date
  • October 10, 2019 (2019-10-10)
Running time
104 minutes
United States


While cycling late night, 19-year-old Vera Kall arrives at a farm. She leaves her bike and sneaks quietly in through a kitchen door. She hadn't had time to realize that she is not alone, when a sudden blow to the head knocks her onto the kitchen floor where she is left lying. Meanwhile, a successful copywriter at Antwerp, Henry, is approached by Paula, a documentarian, with whom, upon talking, revealed that she once studied with Vera. Her task is to make a film about Vera Kall, and she wants Henry's help in writing a script for it, while she will travel to Münster and start filming. At the same time, Vera's father, Jakob, is convicted in her murder and sent to prison. Paula and Henry team up to unravel the truth and why and where Vera's body disappeared, while at the same time try to hide the whereabouts.


  • Phoebe Fox as Paula
  • Andrew Buchan as Henry
  • Millie Brady as Vera
  • Jeff Fahey as Jacob
  • Jack Brett Anderson as Fritz Neller
  • Dan Cade as John
  • Cal MacAninch as Erich Neumann-Hansen
  • Tracy Wiles as Monica Kall
  • Ann Firbank as Irma Kuentzer
  • Skye Hallam as Claire Meitens
  • Tor Clark as Doris
  • Angela Kostic as Beatrice Motte
  • Nick Wilton as Harry Fletcher
  • Luka Peroš as client
  • Dan Cade as John
  • Katerina Tana as Elisa
  • Josephine Butler as Susanne Liebermann
  • Bob Goody as Kruggel
  • Nenad Pavlovic as Kellerman
  • Jovan Gulan as Pieter Vogel
  • Marko Gvero as cleaner
  • Michael Moreland as estate agent
  • William Dugdale as Stephan
  • Jaka Petric as Bernt Staaf
  • Gasper Duhovnik as Kim Larsen
  • Jaka Dolinar as Chris von Hausswolf
  • Danijel Simon as Tom Kusoffsky


Jeffrey M. Anderson of Common Sense Media awarded the film two stars out of five.[3]


  1. ^ Kristen Yoonsoo Kim (7 May 2020). "'Intrigo: Samaria' Review: An Old Murder Mystery Unearthed". The New York Times. Retrieved 19 July 2020.
  2. ^ Riley, Jenelle (11 May 2020). "Phoebe Fox on the Noir of 'Intrigo: Samaria' and the Corsets of 'The Great'". Variety. Retrieved 19 July 2020.
  3. ^ a b Anderson, Jeffrey M. (6 May 2020). "Intrigo: Samaria". Common Sense Media. Retrieved 19 July 2020.

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