When a CIA officer investigates a man attracting international attention and followers through acts of public disruption, she embarks on a global, high-stakes mission to uncover whether he is a divine entity or a deceptive con artist.
Two brothers accidentally run over and kill an old man. Despite covering their tracks, their lives start to fall apart when neighbors and relatives of the dead man begin to have doubts about the way he died.
While attending an online forensic course, young lab assistant discovers that the fictitious case study has a link to her past. With a help of two female professors she works on bringing a killer to justice.
Well paced. Interesting characters. Even more interesting situations. A few clichéd moments here and there, but overall an excellent series.
Two things stood out. One are the gunfight scenes which were very well done - chaotic, scared, full of adrenaline. That's what it's like in real-life. The other are the complications in the lives of the main characters, which I thought helped to better define them rather than distract from the story.
A few lines of dialogue stood out: "We're not bad people. We just do bad things," one character said to another. The other replied, "Really, what's the difference." And that's the gist of the story - the things we do for love, for family, for honor, but really for our own selfish reasons.
One complaint though: Poor Roy - he gets shot and doesn't even know what's going on. But not really, though.
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