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Episode #1.4 

Kent begins to enjoy his role and forms a surprising alliance. Cullen and Fallon bond over a shared history Meanwhile, as Eliette and Jas speculate about the future, Dhari and Marcus put ... See full summary »

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Sam Miller

Writers:

John Ridley (created by), John Ridley
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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Kevin Fuller ... Forensic Specialist
Idris Elba ... Kent
Zawe Ashton ... Omega Christine Moore
Landry Adelard ... Trevor
Jonathan Cullen Jonathan Cullen ... Moderator
Freida Pinto ... Jas Mitra
Nathaniel Martello-White ... Dhari Bishop
Babou Ceesay ... Marcus Hill
Bella Dayne ... Eliette
Annabel Bates ... Linda
Brandon Scott ... Leroy
Daniel Mays ... Cullen
Denise Gough ... Fallon
Roger Kesten Roger Kesten ... Georg (as Roger Keasten)
Giorgio Spiegelfeld Giorgio Spiegelfeld ... Klaus
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Kent begins to enjoy his role and forms a surprising alliance. Cullen and Fallon bond over a shared history Meanwhile, as Eliette and Jas speculate about the future, Dhari and Marcus put their personal issues aside - and the infighting that threatened to destroy the gang falls away as they come together to embark on a brutal mission. In a desperate attempt to save his relationship with Jas, Marcus decides to do something they will never come back from. Written by AnonymousB

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UK | USA

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English

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4 May 2017 (UK) See more »

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16:9 HD
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Episode 4
15 June 2017 | by Prismark10See all my reviews

Cullen's softly softly approach seems to be working with Fallon especially as they also have a shared Irish history. However by the end of the episode we find that Cullen is indeed cut from the same cloth as Pence. A nice copper in the Metropolitan police force in the 1970s? You will have more luck finding a pot of gold at the end of the rainbow.

Kent decides to make a stand against the violence and approaches the police to give them information, Pence reluctantly cuts a deal.

However we get action in this episode as the various gang members hold up travel companies, but the police are waiting outside one building leading to a fatality.

As we know from previous episodes, Jas and Marcus are diverging. Jas likes the taste of armed rebellion, whatever the cause might be. Jas tells Marcus that she wants to go to Lebanon and it is not even the early 1980s yet.

The drama is still not clicking yet, it just seems to be too portentous. Idris Elba's portrayal of Kent is interesting but when the gang break into the various flight agents and read out their manifesto, all I could think was how well Hans Gruber did it in Die Hard.


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