D. Super Tennison grieves over the death of young Yasmina and blames herself for not saving her. Although the "favorite" suspect is in jail, Jane is certain he is not the actual culprit and... See full summary »

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Tom Hooper

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Peter Berry
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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Helen Mirren ... Det. Supt. Jane Tennison
Oleg Menshikov ... Milan Lukic
Ben Miles ... DCI Simon Finch
Robert Pugh ... DS Alun Simms
Clare Holman ... Elizabeth Lukic
Mark Strong ... Det. Chief Supt. Larry Hall
Liam Cunningham ... Robert West
Velibor Topic ... Duscan Zigic
Barnaby Kay ... DC Michael Phillips
Tanya Moodie ... DC Lorna Greaves
Frank Finlay ... Arnold Tennison
Phoebe Nicholls ... Shaw
Rad Lazar Rad Lazar ... Kasim
Serge Soric Serge Soric ... Dr. Mulagu
Ingeborga Dapkunaite ... Jasmina Belkic
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D. Super Tennison grieves over the death of young Yasmina and blames herself for not saving her. Although the "favorite" suspect is in jail, Jane is certain he is not the actual culprit and certainly, did not act alone. Jane and her photojournalist friend, Robert West, visit Bosnia to find the truth about the sadist she knows is responsible for so much death. Various smug political half-wits attempt to silence Jane and halt her inquiries with the Official Secrets Act. Jane gets a timely pep talk from her dad, who tells her how much he admires her for always doing what she believes is right. Jane soldiers forward, putting her career and possibly, her liberty on the line to keep the promise she made to Yasmina. Written by LA-Lawyer

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Crime | Drama | Thriller

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Release Date:

10 November 2003 (UK) See more »

Also Known As:

The Last Witness, Part 2 See more »

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Jane in Bosnia
29 October 2015 | by HitchcocSee all my reviews

Jane goes international to investigate a man who is probably responsible for genocide in Bosnia. Against the orders of Scotland Yard and the London hierarchy, she ends up in Bosnia, looking into war atrocities. In the previous episode we finished with the murder of the second of two young women, sisters who had escaped death in their home country. Tennison feels great responsibility. The prime suspect confesses to both murders, but it is obvious to Jane that he did not commit the first one. She suspects an optician who served as an interpreter during the initial interrogation. This all leads to some big time risk and the possibility of career ending failure. Each of these shows has gotten into some aspect of society that often is ignored. Here we have immigrants who have been denied rights and treated as second class citizens and who live in terror of their pasts. It also has to do with the Muslim population and how they are viewed. This is quite a well done episode with little sugar coating.


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