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Charlie awaits contact from Michel's network, but her performance may not hold up under scrutiny. She and Becker share a last moment together before she crosses the point of no return.

Director:

Chan-wook Park (as Park Chan-Wook)

Writers:

Michael Lesslie, John le Carré (based on the novel by)
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Cast

Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Roee Adar Roee Adar ... Oded
Lubna Azabal ... Fatmeh Al-Khadar
Adel Bencherif ... Tayeh
Simona Brown ... Rachel
Edward Davis ... Willie
Gennady Fleyscher Gennady Fleyscher ... Schwilli (as Gennady Fleisher)
Tom Hanson ... Paulie
Clare Holman ... Miss Bach
Daniel Litman ... Daniel
Michael Moshonov ... Shimon Litvak
Bethany Muir ... Sophie
Alessandro Piavani ... Mario Rossino
Florence Pugh ... Charlie / Charmian Ross
Katharina Schüttler ... Helga Stern
Michael Shannon ... Martin Kurtz
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Charlie awaits contact from Michel's network, but her performance may not hold up under scrutiny. She and Becker share a last moment together before she crosses the point of no return.

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Genres:

Drama | Thriller

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UK | USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

20 November 2018 (USA) See more »

Filming Locations:

Rowley Way, London, UK

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Color

Aspect Ratio:

1.78 : 1
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At this period of time in the United kingdom, in order to receive gas or heat, coins had to be placed directly in the meter, as opposed to paying a monthly fee. See more »

Quotes

Gadi Becker: We disrupted Khalil's supply chain. His brother is dead. So you think we've knocked him off-balance? He will come back harder, more dangerous, more suspicious.
Kurtz: You're underestimating...
Gadi Becker: No, *you* are underestimating *them*! Just like we always do!
Kurtz: [calmly] D'you think I am overshooting myself? How the hell else do you expect me to hit the sky?
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Episode 1.4
30 November 2018 | by Prismark10See all my reviews

I had friend called Khalil at school. It is a good job we did not pronounce is name as they do in this series. The poor lad would be covered in flem!

Episode 3 gave me a sense of the director getting a handle of the material. I sensed the auteur of Oldboy.

Episode 4 deals with the aftermath of Salim's death. Charlie is travelling with her theatre friends. Becker has been careful to keep one bit of news from her. Salim was blown to bits in the red Mercedes.

Kurtz now in London sees his plan could be coming together. Charlie will attract the interest of the Palestinian bombers. It is up to Becker to convince Charlie to stay onside when she finds out about Salim.

Charlie confronts Becker and asks him if that was always his plan. To kill Salim.

Eventually Charlie is abducted and taken to Beirut. Becker wants to go after her but Kurtz prevents him.

I still think that the series lacks tension and thrills. It is the misstep of the adaptation. The audience gave the first episode a try but many felt they did not like it and bothered not to return.


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