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Daily Demand (Last 7 days)
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24.5%
Average
64.1%
Good
8.6%
Outstanding
2.7%
Exceptional
0.2%
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About this title

Storyline

SundanceTV adds to its lineup of acclaimed international series with "The Last Panthers," a six-episode crime drama/thriller shot in four countries -- the U.K., France, Serbia and Montenegro -- in three languages. Starring Academy Award nominees Samantha Morton ("In America," "Sweet and Lowdown") and John Hurt ("Midnight Express," "Elephant Man"), the series plunges viewers into the underworld of modern-day Europe, where a daring diamond heist leads to shocking conspiracies involving European officials, war criminals, city bankers, and jewel and drug traffickers, connecting those in power to even the lowliest criminals. The opening title music is by legendary artist David Bowie.

Country: United Kingdom, France

Type: Miniseries

Status: Ended

Language: French

Release Date: November 12, 2015

Also Known As: The Last Panthers, Panthers |  See more »

Parents Guide: Italy (VM12), Spain (18)

Genres

Plot Keywords

thief
diamond heist
loss adjustor

Company Credits

Production Co: Warp Films, Haut et Court

Cast

Kamel Labroudi
as Mokhtar Rachedi/Mokthar Rachedi
Pavle Cemerikic
as Young Zlatko
Djordje Brankovic
as Doctor
Olivier Rabourdin
as Roman Riochet
Alex Jaep
as Diamond Dealer
Alexis Manenti
as Rajko Popovic
John Hurt
as Tom Kendle
Patrick Azam
as Manu Jimenez/Manu Esposito
Mark Ryder
as Prisoner
Gordan Kicic
as Damir Soskic
Neil Alexander Smith
as Prisoner
Bojan Dimitrijevic
as Pev Begic
Igor Bencina
as Zlatko Mladic
Nikola Djuricko
as Milomir Bukva
Milos Timotijevic
as Bodyguard
Helen Daniels
as Sol's Daughter
Marko Janketic
as Borisav Simic
Boris Isakovic
as Dragan Tosic
Tony Tennant
as CO19 Armed Police
Luka Jovanovic
as Young Adnan/Adnan Jeune
Moussa Maaskri
as Oman
Carl Malapa
as Young Khalil
Jason Newell
as Prisoner
Didier Bourguignon
as Georges Belair
Kheira Bey
as Sol's Daughter
Joanne Manchester
as Business Woman
Jihed Chaouch
as Young Khalil/Young Halim
Beatrice Curnew
as UK Police Chief
Camélia Jordana
as Samira
Michael Fitzgerald
as Sol Meyer
Stephen McDade
as Prisoner
Miroslav Zaruba
as Belgian Prisoner
James Ayling
as Tom's Assistant
Branka Selic
as Neighbour
Peter Alberti
as Nick (Lioyds)
Wayne Lake
as Gang Member/Prisoner
Lee Nicholas Harris
as Police Officer
Stephen Hawke
as Gang Member/Prisoner
Filip Beganovic
as Lagos
Ana Markovic
as Sister
Farida Rahouadj
as Fatima
Andy Blithe
as Laurent Arnal
Enzo Azerou
as Young Mokhtar
Anthony Deroche
as Cop Margot
David Dencik
as Guillaume von Reeth
Jelena Gavrilovic
as Nurse
Ismir Gagula
as Young Milan/Milan Jeune
Juana Acosta
as Julia
Jill Buchanan
as Conference Attendee
Samantha Morton
as Naomi Franckom
Nikola Rakocevic
as Adnan Celik
Bojan Zirovic
as Drago Jankovic
Joseph Mawle
as Michael/Michael Fanborough
Lee Wakefield
as Prisoner
Anthony Chisholm
as Head of State
Natasha O'Keeffe
as Kirsty Wilkinson
Joelle Koissi
as Business Woman
Robert Scott
as Prisoner
Kobna Holdbrook-Smith
as James Davis
Goran Bogdan
as Milan Celik
Mark Haldor
as Prisoner
Eddie Elks
as Simon
Yann Ebongé
as Young Nadim/Nadim Jeune
Corinne Masiero
as The Judge
Milos Samolov
as Ferid
Jordan Stephens
as UN Soldier
Adama Niane
as Nadim
Nenad Herakovic
as Igor Brankovic
Karim Leklou
as Franck
Christiane Conil
as Margot Belair
Chloe Pirrie
as Carla
Daniel Eghan
as Businessman
Tahar Rahim
as Khalil Rachedi
Ljubomir Bandovic
as Jamezdin
Ivan Ribar
as Matthias Grunnert

Seasons & Episodes

Season 1

2016 | 6 Episodes

Media

All

Awards

Awards & Nominations

BAFTA Awards 2016

Nominee

BAFTA Awards

Best Drama Series

Royal Television Society, UK 2016

Winner

Royal Television Society, UK

Best Graphic Design: Titles

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