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The Capture - Season 1

A mysterious-exciting series that takes after a man who has been just arrested because of a crime that he didn't commit. His only way to prove his innocence is a video. It seems that this plot isn't so easy, the video has been manipulated.
Duration: 60 min
Quality: HD
Release: 2019
IMDb: 7.9
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  • The Capture S01E06
    Available from: 08-10-2019
  • The Capture S01E05
    Available from: 01-10-2019
  • The Capture S01E04
    Available from: 24-09-2019
  • The Capture S01E03
    Available from: 17-09-2019
  • The Capture S01E02
    Available from: 10-09-2019
  • The Capture S01E01
    Available from: 03-09-2019
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Critics Of "The Capture - Season 1"
London Evening Standard
September 05, 2019 By the end, with wheels within wheels beginning to spin, things are set up nicely.
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Daily Telegraph (UK)
September 04, 2019 The Capture isn't the first drama to make images its primary currency - from Enemy of the State (1998) back to Blow Up (1966), the genre has a distinguished lineage - but it feels like a good time to revisit it
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Daily Mail (UK)
September 04, 2019 The BBC has promoted this as the successor to Bodyguard. It's subtler, slower and much less starry, devoid of suicide bombers and sheets of flame, let alone Keeley Hawes as an oversexed Home Secretary. But it promises to be equally gripping.
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The Herald (Ireland)
September 04, 2019 [Ben Chanan] taken the best elements of a classic conspiracy thriller and welded them to the urgently topical theme of how video footage is being manipulated to create false narratives and fake news.
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Independent (UK)
September 04, 2019 An intriguing, but rather flawed sort of Big Brother thriller set in our contemporary world of digital snooping, near constant surveillance and (a topical touch) widespread use of facial recognition technology.
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Irish Independent
September 09, 2019 [The Capture] leaves the viewer wanting more and boasts outstanding performances from its main protagonists.
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Financial Times
September 04, 2019 It is a rather tired idea, thankfully downplayed against the far more exciting backdrop of digital jiggery-pokery and layers of subterfuge, with surveillance teams themselves being surveilled.
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The Mail on Sunday (UK)
September 09, 2019 It chugged along and chugged along until the final scenes, which were riveting.
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The Arts Desk
September 04, 2019 It's already gripping and I'll tune in next week as Carey searches for the victim.
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Times (UK)
September 05, 2019 So far the first episode has done enough to suggest a decent midweek shaggy-dog story for back-to-school season.
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