Close to the Enemy (2016– )
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Episode #1.3 

The search for Lotte forces Callum to choose between his brother and his orders. Callum eventually brings evidence to Kathy about German scientists given new identities and the pair attempt to stop an important figure leaving the country.


Stephen Poliakoff




Episode credited cast:
Alfie Allen ... Ringwood
Sebastian Armesto ... Alex Lombard
Michael Ballard ... Petrol Pump Attendant
Michael Ballard Michael Ballard ... Petrol attendant
Angela Bassett ... Eva
Carly Bawden Carly Bawden ... Ruth
Graham Bean Graham Bean ... Police Officer
Sai Bennett ... Anna White
Julian Bleach ... Geoffrey Salter
Sophie Bleasdale Sophie Bleasdale ... Fullers Waitress
James Bradshaw ... Mr. Emmanuel
Robert Cawsey Robert Cawsey ... Pete
Ciara Charteris ... Lucy Lindsay - Jones
August Diehl ... Dieter Koehler
Lindsay Duncan ... Frau Bellinghausen


Victor and Lotte are located and returned to the hotel, Wainwright blackmailing Cal into persuading Dieter to work for them in exchange for leniency for Victor. However Dieter is impressed by Cal's concern for Lotte and joins the work force willingly whilst Lindsay-Jones employs Victor as his librarian. Cal also attempts to persuade Kathy that nobody on her wanted list is under his protection whilst enjoying a romantic day out with old flame Rachel. Another guest, Julia, stumbles upon the presence in the hotel of Horst Kleinow, a former Nazi, on Kathy's list who will be 'disappeared' in order to serve the British government. As he is smuggled out of the hotel Cal and Kathy give chase. Written by don @ minifie-1

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English | German

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24 November 2016 (UK) See more »

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Episode 3
10 December 2016 | by Prismark10See all my reviews

Lotte has gone with Callum's brother Victor for some nice hot chocolate and their is a hunt to locate them.

When Victor and Lotte are tracked down, Callum needs to get Victor out from serious trouble with the police, he does so with the help of retired government official Mr Lindsay-Jones who needs to sort his library out which is in a mess. Victor might be a loose cannon prone to outbursts but Lindsay-Jones is happy to put up with him as he wants Callum's help in return.

Dieter was impressed with Callum's genuineness in looking for Lotte and decide to work for the British in developing the jet age technology.

Callum also helps out the woman from the war crimes unit. At the shabby glamour of the Connington Hotel there is another mysterious German (one of several in the hotel) who Callum believes certainly has something to hide and is running from but apparently he seems to have faked his own death and we see him at the airport with Salter the slightly sinister military official who is always giving Callum a hard time.

The pace was better here, Dieter has moved over to the British, so where else will the story move to? More Germans on the run and evading their past and war crimes or the story of those high ranking British officials who could had avoided Britain going to war.

It is still a leisurely drama, the dialogue also feels stilted and plenty of obsession about food, drink or desserts.

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