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Charlie is recruited with the promise of the role of a lifetime to infiltrate a dangerous revolutionary cell. As a cover story, she and Becker must pose as lovers.

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 complete credited cast:
Iben Akerlie ... Anna Witgen
Lubna Azabal ... Fatmeh Al-Khadar
Shlomo Bar-Aba ... Noah Gavron (as Shlomo Barabba)
Alexander Beyer ... Dr. Paul Alexis
Simona Brown ... Rachel
Gennady Fleyscher Gennady Fleyscher ... Schwilli (as Gennady Fleisher)
Clare Holman ... Miss Bach
Max Irons ... Al
Amir Khoury Amir Khoury ... Michel
Daniel Litman ... Daniel
Michael Moshonov ... Shimon Litvak
Florence Pugh ... Charlie / Charmian Ross
Michael Shannon ... Martin Kurtz
Alexander Skarsgård ... Gadi Becker
Kate Sumpter Kate Sumpter ... Rose
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Charlie is recruited with the promise of the role of a lifetime to infiltrate a dangerous revolutionary cell. As a cover story, she and Becker must pose as lovers.

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Drama | Thriller

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UK | USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

19 November 2018 (USA) See more »

Filming Locations:

Acropolis, Athens, Greece See more »

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Color:

Color

Aspect Ratio:

1.78 : 1
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The second episode registered 5.02 million UK viewers. See more »

Goofs

From a telegram received by Bekker (Alexander Skarsgård) we know the series is set in April 1979. Bekker uses a Walkman, which was first released in Japan in July 1979, and later still in foreign markets (in June 1980 in the US). (Source: Wikipedia) See more »

Quotes

[when Charlie is about to light a cigarette, Gadi slaps it away]
Gadi Becker: I disapprove of women smoking.
Charlie: And I disapprove of men who disapprove of women smoking.
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Ah......nope
5 November 2018 | by dncorpSee all my reviews

During the 1970s to 1980s because there was no "High Tech" like instant image digital cameras and video, only the Polaroid camera, everybody relied on accurate physical intelligence, especially physical descriptions of people.

In this case everybody's Intelligence Agencies and Agents including Terrorist Intelligence Cells would have reported that somebody over 6 feet tall was impersonating the Palestinian Terrorist "Michael", Saleem. The average height of "Middle Easterners" is under 6 feet.

Because Osama Bin Laden was about 6 feet 5 inches tall we knew that he was not involved with Us 1980 to 1999 CIA Operation Cyclone Afghanistan nor Pakistan as our CIA created Muhajeen, as he (OBL) would have been easily detected by the U.S.S.R. Spetsnaz and KGB during our Insurgency War of hiding among the Afghans Civilians. His (OBL) head would have been sticking up in a crowd. We also knew because he (OBL) was not in our computer databases of everybody we trained during CIA Operation Cyclone the first time we used laptop computers to record all information of those we Trained, Armed, Lead. He was at Yemen creating his Al Quada.

If detected the U.S.S.R. would have "Carpet Bombed" and used Mustard Gas for Miles. In the case of "Michael" the PLO Terrorists would have sent a "Hit Squad" to eliminate him and everybody seen with him.

Writer needs to figure this out.

Accurate depiction of Interrogation, Use of Psychotropic drugs instead of torture.

Accuracy 4 Height of "Michael" Israelis would not be that careless. Accuracy 5 Interrogation Entertainment 5


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