Line of Duty

Line of Duty

Series 1

DVD - 2013
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Detective Sergeant Steve Arnott is a London police officer who refused to participate in a bureaucratic cover-up following a botched counterterrorism raid. Made a pariah by his colleagues, Arnott is forced to transfer to the anti-corruption department, where he quickly discovers that a celebrated officer, DCI Gates, has much to hide in both his personal and professional lives.
Publisher: [United States] :, RLJ Entertainment,, [2013]
Copyright Date: ©2013
ISBN: 9781621721062
Branch Call Number: DVD TV LIN v. 1
Characteristics: 2 videodiscs (305 minutes) : sound, colour ; 4 3/4 inches
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Nov 29, 2020

British series 1

Entertaining thrilling tense and intelligent crime drama series. Lots of surprises. Police investigating police this time. The bad guys sometimes win here... for awhile. Recommend watching with English subtitles (every word counts).

Jan 19, 2020

One of the best cop shows out there. The twists and turns keep you wondering what's next in the plot. Outstanding acting, great dialogue, smart, intelligent, well worth watching. Series 2, just as good!

Jun 08, 2019

Excellent police corruption investigation. Smart and unforgiving until the end.

May 02, 2019

cops investigating cops, what could go wrong

Feb 23, 2019

This is one of those unusual times where I did not like Series 1 as well as I did Series 2, which I viewed earlier. Decent story, but was very slow on character development and plot. Still recommended viewing.

Aug 28, 2018

Oh, why can't we find quality like this in US police procedurals? Absolutely the best I've seen in years. Sympathetic good guys and bad guys, doing serious business. Rapid fire dialogue and action. Twists and turns and nail biting tension. The first of this series acquaints you with the recurring characters and set-up with a kind of vanilla plot.....but it takes off from there with a BANG.

Mar 12, 2018

There's more to the drama series Line of Duty than first meets the eye. Series 1 sets the stage, tactically with a particular case, strategically with the overarching framework that pervades all four series. Key is that the characters fall into three categories. First, the police officers of AC-12, essentially same key recurring individuals in all four series, front and center. Second, the case specific protagonists weaving in and out throughout the investigation. They are transient. When the criminal manifestations are dealt with, they shuffle off. Third, seemingly peripheral, fleeting dramatis personae in various police hierarchy positions. They never really go away, but reappear haphazardly in all four series, often promoted in rank. They are key to understanding how pervasive corruption within the constabulary is. So, viewers need to recognize a character as a one, two or three. In any case, Series 1 an eye opener that provides viewer momentum.

Nov 27, 2017

Acting is top notch. The initial story was good. Didn't like the ending at all - it was contrived and very disappointing.

Nov 17, 2017

A better than average police drama about corruption in the force.

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