In March 2004, when Estonia joins NATO and becomes a top target for the Russian intelligence, prompted by umbrage, an official at the Estonian Ministry of Defence turns into a Russian spy. Hereon begins a cat-and-mouse game between him and a determined young Estonian counterintelligence officer as they navigate the twists and turns of the action framed by challenges in both their personal lives. The stylish and thrilling six-part spy drama series is inspired by espionage scandals from Estonia’s recent history.
Nobody wants to end up as a rat for the DEA, but David’s seemingly cavalier approach to the drug trade has landed him in it. Together with his ironically angelic business partner and best friend Rene, the overconfident pair become entrenched with the Czech/Vietnamese meth syndicate while David is coerced into betraying Rene to the rogue cop, Major Jan Blažek.
With both the mafia and police after him, David is forced to team up with Blažek’s unwitting partner Petra, fresh off an extended maternity leave and eager to prove herself to her politically ambitious police officer husband.
A young, ambitious Serbian Secret Service (BIA) agent, Lazar Stanojevic is negotiating the rules of the international spy game in the modern world. He quickly learns that all is not what it seems and he is left fighting the distrust that he has for everything he thought to be true. Despite this, his sense of duty still makes him take dangerous decisions to try to save his nation, his family and himself. Will Lazar emerge from being a servant of the state to its’ ultimate protector?
For the first time, the workings of the Serbian Secret Service are laid bare in this complex spy thriller that is a thrilling departure from the usual CIA, MI6, and Mossad spy game stories.
DIVORCE IN PEACE
Aksel and Laura have been married for 20 years. Aksel is a whining conservative- confused, indecisive and lazy while Laura is a liberal entrepreneur, confident, ambitious, running the show at home and has decided that she’s had enough. The couple can’t find a common ground in anything that they do, and when Laura proposes they divorce, Aksel doesn’t understand why?
The couple consult a therapist who devises a unique divorce plan so they can separate amicably. They must complete tasks that are meant to help them grow painlessly apart and say goodbye to their marriage and love. Notwithstanding nosy parents, rebellious children, challenges at work and exasperating friends, will Aksel and Laura finally part ways?
DEBT TO THE SEA
In a beautiful Montenegro coastal village lives Perisa, the owner of a restaurant who has a very tumultuous past. His wife, Svetlana, disappeared under mysterious circumstances and he is single-handedly raising their rebellious teenage daughter, Olga. She is obsessed with what happened to her mother and is also in love with her childhood sweetheart Rnjo. Rnjo is an outsider, raised by his grandmother after his mother tragically hung herself.
Against this backdrop, strangers start to arrive in the village. Archaeologists are exploring forgotten excavations on the peninsula and a traumatized stranger, Djordje, brings an unsettling wooden box that belonged to Svetlana. The villagers are suddenly made to face their tragic pasts and uncertain futures. Are the legends of the sea taking human offerings and ancient stones holding magic powers to blame for a series of tragic events or are there darker human secrets that are the key to the villagers’ redemption?