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Frankie brings Torgeir along in the search for Jonas and becomes increasingly aware of how his identity is in danger. Meanwhile, Jan's double life is exposed when his photos come out.
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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Steven Van Zandt ... Frank Tagliano
Marian Saastad Ottesen ... Sigrid Haugli
Trond Fausa ... Torgeir Lien (as Trond Fausa Aurvåg)
Steinar Sagen Steinar Sagen ... Roar Lien
Anne Krigsvoll Anne Krigsvoll ... Laila Hovland
Sven Nordin Sven Nordin ... Julius Backe
Mikael Aksnes-Pehrson Mikael Aksnes-Pehrson ... Jonas Haugli
Fridtjov Såheim ... Jan Johansen
Tim Ahern ... Robert Grasso
Greg Canestrari ... Jerry Delucci
Erlend Klarholm Nilsen Erlend Klarholm Nilsen ... Per Dahl-Thomassen
Petrus Andreas Christensen Petrus Andreas Christensen ... Olav Backe
Eira Stuedahl Eira Stuedahl ... Olympia Backe
Sigmund Sæverud Sigmund Sæverud ... Hans Nystugo
Nasrin Khusrawi Nasrin Khusrawi ... Aisha (as Nasrin Kushrawi)
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Frankie brings Torgeir along in the search for Jonas and becomes increasingly aware of how his identity is in danger. Meanwhile, Jan's double life is exposed when his photos come out.

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14 March 2012 (Norway) See more »

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Rubicon TV AS See more »
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Frank Tagliano: We gotta move fast, they got Jonas!
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Back To Love
by Ingrid Olava
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Mobster fun in the midnight sun
25 September 2012 | by klbrisby-1See all my reviews

If Martin Scorcese and Ingmar Bergman collaborated on a sit-com, it could be something like this--fascinating and tough and not very sit-com-like at all. This is dark fun, featuring characters of high ethics and low morals, or else the reverse, confronting personal crises in a quirky winterland. There is a real confidence and patience in the storytelling that viewers will probably love or hate. The story development over the course of the first season (only 8 episodes) was surprisingly substantial, but never arbitrary or forced. Steve Van Zandt plays Frankie, the heart, soul, and cojones of the show, so it's a good thing that he is always interesting on screen. As American exports go, we could do a lot worse than Frankie.


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