Guerrilla (2017– )
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Episode #1.3 

The gang moves to a secret location in the countryside and starts training to be soldiers. But the strain of being on the run begins to take its toll on Jas and Marcus' relationship. At the... See full summary »

Director:

Sam Miller

Writers:

John Ridley (created by), John Ridley
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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Freida Pinto ... Jas Mitra
Babou Ceesay ... Marcus Hill
Rory Kinnear ... Pence
Nathaniel Martello-White ... Dhari Bishop
Daniel Mays ... Cullen
Denise Gough ... Fallon
Brandon Scott ... Leroy
Bella Dayne ... Eliette
Wunmi Mosaku ... Kenya
Seeta Indrani ... Savi
Idris Elba ... Kent
Sebastian Urzendowsky ... Freidrich
Giorgio Spiegelfeld ... Klaus
Lily Catalifo Lily Catalifo ... Katja
Neve McIntosh ... Emily Pence
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The gang moves to a secret location in the countryside and starts training to be soldiers. But the strain of being on the run begins to take its toll on Jas and Marcus' relationship. At the country house, the gang meets Eliette, a French Canadian radical who inspires Jas. In London, meanwhile, Pence and Cullen are getting desperate: the gang are becoming notorious and there's a rival force trying to steal the case. Pence turns to Kenya for help. Written by AnonymousB

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Drama

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UK | USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

30 April 2017 (USA) See more »

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Color

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16:9 HD
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Jas Mitra: Hmm,
[about Etienne]
Jas Mitra: I like her. She's... she smart, the way she talks, she sounds like my father.
[Marcus looks at Jas and scoffs]
Jas Mitra: That funny?
Marcus: Your father gave up a civil servant job to help liberate the poor, she's fighting to speak French instead English. That's not much of an objective.
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Episode 3
4 June 2017 | by Prismark10See all my reviews

Pence's vision of brutal policing is not getting results. A rival force is sniffing around and want to take over the case. It is left to DI Cullen (Daniel Mays) to have some ideas of his own, which are less blunt than Pence's.

The series does try to portray Pence as not being an out and out racist with his complex relationship with the black informer and the child he has with her.

At least the problems the police were facing was more interesting than the debate between Marxism, Maoism, Quebecois separatism or Continental European leftism which really slowed the episode down.

The gang have moved to a safe house but cracks form between Jas and Marcus. Jas is more radical and after spending time with the German extremists, she wants action. Marcus is more content to write his manifesto. At the end he realises it is Jas's voice he needs.


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