Guerrilla (2017– )
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Episode #1.5 

In the wake of a tragic loss, Marcus and Jas' relationship is tested. Planning their final action, the gang reach out to someone from the black community that they initially spurned. In ... See full summary »

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Sam Miller

Writer:

Misan Sagay
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Episode credited cast:
Landry Adelard ... Trevor
Sophia Brown ... Christine
Babou Ceesay ... Marcus
Idris Elba ... Kent
Patrick Gibson ... Connor
Denise Gough ... Fallon
Kevin Layne ... Kirk
Abraham Lewis ... Ronnie Pence
Martyn Mayger Martyn Mayger ... Journalist
Wunmi Mosaku ... Kenya
Freida Pinto ... Jas Mitra
Pablo Raybould ... The Landlord
Brandon Scott ... Leroy
Giorgio Spiegelfeld ... Klaus
Theo St. Claire Theo St. Claire ... Ben
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In the wake of a tragic loss, Marcus and Jas' relationship is tested. Planning their final action, the gang reach out to someone from the black community that they initially spurned. In London, meanwhile, Kent's actions have a disastrous effect on the radical community, at a time when the Black Power Desk's reign of terror hits new heights - with Cullen now at the helm. Marginalized and overlooked, Pence begins to plan his escape. Written by AnonymousB

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UK | USA

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English

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14 May 2017 (USA) See more »

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16:9 HD
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After the robbery the van pulls up outside two gasometers. When you see them from the inside of the vehicle, leaving, they are clearly somewhere else as the gasometers are not there, the fence is different and you can see canal boats in the background. See more »

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Episode 5
12 July 2017 | by Prismark10See all my reviews

The penultimate episode and Pence is unhappy that he is now being marginalised at the Metropolitan Police. His relationship with a black informer and a son by her has made him a laughing stock among his colleagues. Cullen is getting results by playing good cop and bad cop all by himself. He does not need Pence. Pence wants to go back to Rhodesia with his son.

Kent also seems to have been marginalised. His actions has upset the radical black community who regard him as a sell out.

Marcus and Jas are planning a big job. Blowing up Scotland Yard. They need to raise funds for the bomb and a a car with a false log book. They reach out to a fixer in the black community. However Marcus and Jas are the kind of radicals who believe that they should not have to pay for terrorism related equipment and brutally kill the guy. Somewhere along the line they do not appear to be smart. There is that laughable scene where they rob an office and Marcus uses Jas's real name.

Although we are heading for the conclusion, this feels to much like a slow burn episode. I think the serial seems stretched at six episodes.


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