A job where the team tries to recover a war orphan for a grieved couple hits close to home for Parker.



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Episode complete credited cast:
Nicolas Petrovic
Irina Larenko
Dana Morton
Alexander Helms ...
Luka Vladic
David Castellani ...
Joe Morton
Brad Slitz ...
American Ambassador
Serbian Soldier / Actor Novak


A childless US couple asks help after Luka Vladic, the pre-teen boy they bough naively from ruthless ex-Yugoslavian gangsters, wasn't delivered. Nathan accepts, aware formerly foster-abused orphan parker is very emotional about the subject. They trace the whole network to Serbia, and conceive a fake B-movie production as sting. Meanwhile parker discovers Luka is hidden with many, mostly kidnapped, kids in a warehouse. it's mainly used by a powerful arms-dealer, yet she refuses to abandon any child 'merchandise'. Written by KGF Vissers

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6 January 2009 (USA)  »

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1.78 : 1
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Anatoly: Where are you from?
Parker: [balking] Where am I from? Oh, where am I *from*. Uh...
Nathan Ford: [in her ear piece] Pittsburgh, Detroit, Atlanta...
Parker: [repeats] Pittsburgh, Detroit, Atlanta...
Nathan Ford: [in her ear piece] Oh, no, no. I meant to pick *one*.
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References The Hills Have Eyes (2006) See more »

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8 January 2009 | by (Italy) – See all my reviews

Since from the start we get to know that the whole scam job will take place in Belgrade, Serbia. So the first scenes are actually some helicopter sunset views of the Danube river and that is really Belgrade, however, once we're in the American Embassy for the dinner things changes.

There is a scene in which Parker abandons the tray (she's playing a waitress) on a table and walks towards a balcony to watch the panorama of the city from there. Here's the funny thing: IT IS FLORENCE, ITALY.

I spent 11 years in Florence and I'm positive that panorama you can only see from Piazzale Michelangelo, in a three seconds shot we can clearly distinguish the Duomo and Palazzo Vecchio (city hall), half a min later we can also notice the church of Santa Croce.

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