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Close to the Enemy (TV Mini-Series – )
TV Series: Close to the Enemy (TV Mini-Series – )(2016)[tt4696944] A British intelligence officer has to ensure that a captured German scientist helps the British develop jet aircraft.
Title Close to the Enemy (TV Mini-Series – )
Release Date 10 November 2016 (UK)
Runtime
Genres Drama
Production Companies Little Island Productions
August Diehl
August Diehl...
 Dieter Koehler ...
Jim Sturgess
Jim Sturgess...
 Callum Ferguson ...
Julian Bleach
Julian Bleach...
 Geoffrey Salter ...
Robert Glenister
Robert Glenister...
 Brigadier Wainwrigh...
Alfie Allen
Alfie Allen...
 Ringwood ...
Charity Wakefield
Charity Wakefield...
 Julia ...
Phoebe Fox
Phoebe Fox...
 Kathy Griffiths ...
Alfred Molina
Alfred Molina...
 Harold Lindsay-Jone...
Angela Bassett
Angela Bassett...
 Eva ...
Sebastian Armesto
Sebastian Armesto...
 Alex Lombard ...
Charlotte Riley
Charlotte Riley...
 Rachel Lombard ...
Ciara Charteris
Ciara Charteris...
 Lucy Lindsay - Jone...
Freddie Highmore
Freddie Highmore...
 Victor Ferguson ...
Sai Bennett
Sai Bennett...
 Anna White ...
Lindsay Duncan
Lindsay Duncan...
 Frau Bellinghausen ...
Emma Fielding
Emma Fielding...
 Miss Clarkson ...
Vinette Robinson
Vinette Robinson...
 Rita ...
Jacqueline Tong
Jacqueline Tong...
 Mrs. Tooley ...
James Bradshaw
James Bradshaw...
 Mr. Emmanuel ...
Antje Traue
Antje Traue...
 Mentz / .....
Aleksandar Jovanovic
Aleksandar Jovanovic...
 Horst Kleinow ...
Hannah Taylor Gordon
Hannah Taylor Gordon...
 Nurse Cullan ...

Reviews

pawebster on 18 November 2016
Why does the BBC keep pouring out cash whenever Poliakoff writes a new series? In recent years there has been the awful Glorious 39 and the daft Dancing on the Edge, both of which were set in the thirties. They were marked by a lack of realism on more than one level. This would be fine if they substituted something else, such as comedy. As it is, they are just naff. Now we are in an unconvincing version of the 1940s. Others have commented on the awful dialogue (which presumably is meant to be a clever conceit?), the stereotypical characters and the plot, which on past form, won't be satisfactorily resolved. Poliakoff seems to be particularly weak on finishing them.In this serial, which I'm writing about after two episodes, there are, so far, some interesting elements and characters, despite the stereotyping, and I'll have to wait and see what the dénouement is like. Jim Sturgess is not good in this. Why does he have a fake accent resembling Alan Whicker? He's supposed to be a superbrain, but comes over as a bit of a dope.

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