Carlos the Jackal: Season 1, Episode 2

Episode #1.2 (12 Oct. 2010)
"Carlos" Episode #1.2 (original title)

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Ahmad Kaabour ...
Talal El-Jordi ...
Kamal al-Issawi 'Ali' (as Talal el-Jurdi)
Rodney El Haddad ...
Anis Naccache 'Khalid' (as Rodney el-Haddad)
Christoph Bach ...
Julia Hummer ...
Rami Farah ...
Zeid Hamdan ...
Alexander Scheer ...
Nora von Waldstätten ...
Aljoscha Stadelmann ...
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Badih Abou Chakra ...
Abbes Zahmani ...
Abdelaziz Bouteflika (as Abbès Zahmani)
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When Carlos is in London during the 1970s, the Panda car has an American siren, rather than the usual two-tone siren used at the time. See more »

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Ilich Ramírez Sánchez, aka 'Carlos': So, how's life in the camp?
Hans-Joachim Klein 'Angie': Life in the camp? It's allright. You know, we don't get anything to eat and... I don't know. But it's OK. I want to stay with the fighters.
Wadie Haddad: The men are at the camp to train to become fighters. If they are unhappy, they can tell me.
Hans-Joachim Klein 'Angie': They are afraid of you.
Wadie Haddad: Soldiers must fear their leader.
Hans-Joachim Klein 'Angie': Oh, really? I don't think so.
Wilfred Böse 'Boni': Angie, shut up in front of Haddad.
Hans-Joachim Klein 'Angie': You know I'm right.
Wilfred Böse 'Boni': We need his support and his money. Be strategic for once.
Wadie Haddad: I thought you were a soldier in our ...
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¨El Sueño Americano¨
Written by 'Christian Basso¨and 'Diego Frenkel'
Performed by 'La Portuaria'
Courtesy of Universal Records
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OPEP Headquarters, Dec 21st, 1975
11 July 2010 | by (Switzerland) – See all my reviews

Typical french amateur job...

On that day, Vienna was covered by snow but for some reason, the movie shows terrorist Carlos and accomplices wearing light dresses or T-shirts on a sunny 21st of December day and no sign of any snow or any winter weather to slow down the Austrian Police squads... weird.. The whole action seems to take place in Africa rather than Austria... The other disturbing recurrence is apparently all actors in the movie, can't stop smoking, it's almost like you can smell it while you watch the action. Dialogs are very poor as well and I can't understand how The Chacal authorized this cheap production.


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