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Die Kinder

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An original thriller in six parts by Paula Milne. Starring Miranda Richardson
Frederic Forrest
4: Catastrophe Theory. 'Find Karin Miiller or your children will die.' As Stefan responds to the RLF ultimatum in London, Sidonie and Lomax pursue the trail in Hamburg. But who does Lomax really work for?
Producer Michael Wearing Director Rob Walker
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Contributors

Unknown: Paula Milne.
Unknown: Miranda Richardson
Unknown: Frederic Forrest
Unknown: Karin Miiller
Director: Rob Walker
Sidonie Reiger: Miranda Richardson
Lomax: Frederic Forrest
Stefan Reiger: Hans Kremer
Bellenberg: Hanns Zischler
Crombie: Derek Fowlds
Gunther Beck: Ulrich Pleitgen
Madeleine: Carola Regnier
Gilmour: Barrie Houghton
House buyer: Felicity Dean
Eva Strachen: Beatrice Manowski
Joe: Joseph Marcelle
Alan Mitchell: Sam Cox
Karin Muller: Tina Engel
Rosario: Stella Maris
Greg: Christopher Quinn
Interviewer: Chantel Ciier

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