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Murder most foul lies at the heart of a new case for Investigator Lazar of the Hungarian Police. Philip Palmer's crime drama is set in Communist Hungary in 1963. Stars Leo Bill.

Hungary, 1963. Soviet investigators are determined to find the mole in the Ministry. Archivist Franciska Lázár finds herself in their sights as her detective husband investigates what becomes a brutal murder case. Scores are being settled in Philip Palmer's Cold War detective drama.

Directed by Toby Swift.

45 minutes

Credits

Role Contributor
Bertalan Lazar Leo Bill
Franciska Lazar Clare Corbett
Tibor Farkas Andy Linden
Gizella Nicola Ferguson
Bela Fekete Sargon Yelda
Mr Papp Nick Underwood
Csaba Sam Rix
Lilien Racz Adie Allen
Director Toby Swift
Writer Philip Palmer

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