A missing persons detective finds himself caught between three parallel universes.
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 Charlie Jade (21 episodes, 2005)
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 01 Boxer (21 episodes, 2005)
Michele Burgers ...
 Essa Rompkin (21 episodes, 2005)
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 Karl Lubinsky (21 episodes, 2005)
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 Julius Galt (21 episodes, 2005)
Marie-Julie Rivest ...
 Jasmine / ... (21 episodes, 2005)
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 Reena (21 episodes, 2005)
Graham Clarke ...
 Brion Boxer (14 episodes, 2005)
David Dennis ...
 Sew Sew Tukarrs (10 episodes, 2005)
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Charlie Jade is a rogue private detective in a world dominated by greedy multinational corporations. While on an investigation, Charlie explores a secret desert facility. A massive explosion propels him from his own universe (alphaverse) to a strange parallel universe (betaverse). Soon, Charlie is drawn into a conflict that involves these two universes and one other pacifist universe (gammaverse) with unsuspected terror at its heart. Written by Anonymous

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Three worlds... One hope


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16 April 2005 (Canada)  »

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Charlie Jade's car is a Aston Martin DBS6, in production from about 1968 to about 1973. James Bond drove one in On Her Majesty's Secret Service (1969). It is Right Hand Drive as that is correct for Cape Town. A good one is worth about British Pound Sterling £50 000 or US $77250. See more »

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Strong show has yet to have its day
10 May 2007 | by See all my reviews

Jade is still waiting to be discovered. This beautifully written, moody complex but dramatically compelling work is in fact what so many shows and films have claimed to be, but aren't, the spiritual TV inheritor of Blade Runner.

The cinematography is terrific I think and the mix of languages, looks and environments is both other-worldly and gritty.

This show has yet to have it's day, whether through VOD or television I predict it will be 'discovered by the right combination of powers-that-be in the US.

I hope to see other work by this group of artists.


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