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I have watched every episode yet in SVU and this stands out as in the
top 5. Pablo shreiber (the wire) plays the villain and plays it so well
it is beyond belief the best way to describe his performance is by
comparing him to Mads Mikkelsen as hannibal lector.
The only disappointing thing is that,being the season finale, it ends of a cliffhanger leaving me,and i'm sure many others, almost punching their screens at the thought of having to wait until October for the triumphant return.
I simply can't praise this episode enough it is very near crime television perfection.
It's the weekend and the whole staff is off and Kelli Giddish is
holding down the fort. A complaint comes in about a man flashing two
young girls in Central Park and an alert citizen Judith Ivey actually
takes pictures of him doing it. When Pablo Schreiber the perpetrator
and Ivey and the two women are brought in, something sets off Giddish's
Schreiber has burned the tips of his fingers off, no prints can be had,no identity can really be verified. So we have a dilemma there, but he's arrested anyway, but released on his own recognizance pending the trial.
The activities of Schreiber and the squad take up this and two more episodes of SVU. After you've all the episodes you will probably come to the conclusion that you've not seen a more cunning psychopath as a criminal on the big screen and small for some time.
I will only add that it's not Giddish that arouses his particular attention but rather Mariska Hargitay. She's on one frightening odyssey for the three shows.
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