Crossing Lines (2013–2015)
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Amanda brings Genovese to The Hague to stand trial but he seems smug, as if he knows something they don't know. He says he has invaluable information about a very big player in the human ... See full summary »

Director:

Laurent Barès

Writers:

Edward Allen Bernero (created by), Clive Bradley (teleplay)
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Cast

Episode cast overview, first billed only:
William Fichtner ... Carl Hickman
Marc Lavoine Marc Lavoine ... Louis Daniel
Gabriella Pession ... Eva Vittoria
Tom Wlaschiha ... Sebastian Berger
Lara Rossi ... Arabela Seeger
Richard Flood ... Tommy McConnell
Donald Sutherland ... Michel Dorn
Carrie-Anne Moss ... Amanda Andrews
Kim Coates ... Genovese
Klára Issová ... Shari
Krzysztof Kwiatkowski Krzysztof Kwiatkowski ... Lech Sikora
Krzysztof Pieczynski ... Adam Sikora
Robert Cejnar ... Andreas Metaxis
Anssi Lindström ... Bogdan (as Anssi Jalmari Lindström)
Radoslaw Kaim ... Sergeant Malinowski
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Amanda brings Genovese to The Hague to stand trial but he seems smug, as if he knows something they don't know. He says he has invaluable information about a very big player in the human trafficking business - for which he wants to bargain for an early release from prison. As Eva goes undercover to try to get information on a human trafficking gang, Hickman and Amanda work a sting on Genovese. They search for and find the information Genovese wants to use as a bargaining chip...now they no longer need him or his deal. Dorn is victorious; Genovese is furious. Written by Anonymous

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Dorn pronounces "Nysa" in two different ways at various times. See more »

Quotes

[first lines]
Amanda Andrews: [about prison restraints] Is that necessary? He's a garden variety scumbag, not Hannibal Lecter.
Guard: Procedure, Ma'am...
Phillip Genovese: [mockingly] "Procedure, ma'am."
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The Cat Came Back, the Very Next Day, Cause He Couldn't Stay Away
8 June 2017 | by HitchcocSee all my reviews

I'm so sick of the whole Genovese thing. I know it's just a TV show, but the gang keeps allowing him to escape, or find freedom through all kinds of means. When as many deaths are on someone's hands as this guy, there should be no bargaining, no transporting from one facility to another. I have to say that the guy who played Genovese is a classic. You hate him the minute you see him. It takes a sting to work on his mind and he believes what they tell him. He is rotten to the core, but I would imagine they will dredge him up for another episode.


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Country:

France | Germany

Language:

English

Release Date:

25 September 2014 (France) See more »

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16:9 HD
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