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Iqiniso 

When an American college student working in Johannesburg is killed and his brother goes missing, the International Response Team suspects a gang could be behind both. Jack works the case ... See full summary »

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Laura Belsey

Writers:

Erica Messer (created by), Christopher Barbour
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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Gary Sinise ... Jack Garrett
Alana De La Garza ... Clara Seger
Daniel Henney ... Matt Simmons
Tyler James Williams ... Russ Montgomery
Annie Funke ... Mae Jarvis
Arnold Vosloo ... Armand Smit
Mykelti Williamson ... Brigadier General Yazee Zwane
Bahni Turpin ... Lieutenant Ananda Doshi
Cliff Simon ... Curtis Miller
Brenda Bakke ... Camille Smit
Dayo Ade ... Paul Ntombi
Austin James ... Brandon Smit
Musetta Vander ... Miriam Nell
Sean Cameron Michael ... Noah Coetzee
Skyler Seymour ... Timothy Smit
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When an American college student working in Johannesburg is killed and his brother goes missing, the International Response Team suspects a gang could be behind both. Jack works the case with Lieutenant Ananda Doshi, a profiler he's worked with before who has an unorthodox style of investigation. Written by CBS

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boy | paternity | ritual | torture | knife | See All (12) »

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Crime | Drama | Mystery

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TV-14 | See all certifications »
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Country:

USA

Language:

English | Zulu | Afrikaans

Release Date:

11 May 2016 (USA) See more »

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Stereo

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Color

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16:9 HD
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Trivia

This is the third time Gary Sinise and Mykelti Williamson act opposite each other, after Forrest Gump (1994) and CSI: NY (2004), where Williamson also played a police chief. See more »

Goofs

Monty calls the secret service of Apartheid South Africa the "Office of State Security". In reality, it was successively named the Bureau of State Security (1968-1978), the Department of National Security (1978-1980) and the National Intelligence Service (1980-1995). See more »

Quotes

Jack Garrett: [opening quote, original Zulu text: "Ithemba alibulali"] A Zulu proverb reminds us: "Hope does not kill"
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Matimba
Performed by: Kabela
Played during the first scene, in Mariam Nell's bar
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Criminal Minds: Beyond Borders: Iqiniso
14 September 2016 | by williamswilliams-82170See all my reviews

My heart is heavy as I write this because I am such a fan of the Criminal Minds franchise. Upon watching season 1 – Episode 11 (Iqiniso) recently – I was appalled at how poorly my country (South Africa) was portrayed. I respect the international cast of the show – but I believe strongly that casting our local (black) South African actors could have vastly improved on the narrative of that particular episode. As South Africans, we live in a world where we have to accept that Morgan Freeman will portray Mandela and Jennifer Hudson – Winnie Mandela because we simply do not have the big budgets to tell our own stories on a grand global scene as our international counterparts. While I am glad that our country made an integral part of that particular episode – I simply cannot forgive the poor cast selection (representing supposed black South Africans). The accents were very poor and pronunciation made a mockery of our Zulu language. I am not even convinced that the episode was shot anywhere near our borders ("beyond borders"). South Africans are beautiful, talented and very proud. Our story goes beyond our Apartheid and Mandela legacy. The person responsible for that particular episode – should have researched (what are you using your big monies for?), cast South Africans actors and most importantly remembered that as much as the show is international – that it is sold to "entry level markets" as we are referred to as. This episode was the worst portrayal of my country and sadly, it also made a joke of the Criminal Minds brand as a whole.


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