Collateral (2018)
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Pizza shop manager Laurie visits Jane to confess guilt for sending Abdullah to his death but disappears shortly afterwards whilst the police find wads of notes at her flat, leading to ... See full summary »

Director:

S.J. Clarkson

Writer:

David Hare
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Cast

Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Ahd ... Fatima Asif (as Ahd Kamel)
July Namir ... Mona Asif
Tony Green Tony Green ... JDG Minivan Driver
Siobhan McSweeney Siobhan McSweeney ... Petra
Jeany Spark ... Sandrine Shaw
Robert Portal ... Major Tim Dyson
Alex Reid ... Amanda Hall
Carey Mulligan ... DI Kip Glaspie
Vineeta Rishi ... DC Rakhee Shah
Nathaniel Martello-White ... DS Nathan Bilk
Brian Vernel ... Mikey Gowans
George Georgiou ... Mehmet Akman
Guy List Guy List ... Bhuran Demir
Nicola Walker ... Jane Oliver
Hayley Squires ... Laurie Stone
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Pizza shop manager Laurie visits Jane to confess guilt for sending Abdullah to his death but disappears shortly afterwards whilst the police find wads of notes at her flat, leading to Mikey's arrest for drug dealing from his work-place. Army captain Sandrine Shaw, after seeing psychiatrist Xan Schofield for post traumatic stress counselling, makes a cryptic phone call which intrigues her bullying CO Dyson. Kip interviews Abdullah's sisters at an immigration detention centre along with racist MI5 agent Sam Spence. They give nothing away but Kip is sure they are hiding something. Written by don @ minifie-1

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TV-MA

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Country:

UK

Language:

English

Release Date:

19 February 2018 (UK) See more »

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Stereo

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Big Yellow Taxi
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Performed by Joni Mitchell
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Racism, Xenophobia, & More
3 June 2018 | by HitchcocSee all my reviews

In this episode we are continually taught about the abuse of people with little power. Muslims, Women, and others are subjected to some pretty severe treatment. The young women are accused of not being Syrian. The man who interrogates them is so full of venom he reminds one of an SS man for the Nazis. Our military woman, the murderer, doesn't know if she shot the correct person. Her commanding officer is a piece of work himself. The pizza proprietor is picked up in a van. There seem to be a number of issues going on at one time and it will be fun to see these things worked out. The female soldier probably has her own agenda and I would not want to have her revenge motives directed at me.


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