Inspector De Luca Season 1

Season 1

Inspector De Luca Season 1

First Air Date: April 27, 2008

First Aired on    :   2008
Episodes    :   4 episodes



Episodes

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1x04 Via delle Oche (May 11, 2008)


The time frame moves to 1948. The war is over and Italy is preparing for its first elections since Mussolini. De Luca is assigned the lowly task of policing the notorious red light district. When his first murder case points to local politicians and members of the police hierarchy, he has no intention of looking the other direction. The city's mood is fraught with tension and uncertainty, as fiercely-contested elections are about to define a new direction for Italy.


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1x03 Estate torbida (May 04, 2008)


It is 1946. With the Allies fast approaching, De Luca and his fellow policemen flee into the countryside. Posing as partisans, they get caught up in a checkpoint skirmish that ends in bloodshed. The policemen scatter and escape, and De Luca stumbles into a small mountain village, posing as a government engineer. A partisan policeman befriends him and enlists his help to solve the murder of a highly respected villager.


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1x02 Carta Bianca (April 28, 2008)


The second episode, takes place in 1945. Mussolini is still in power, but the Nazis have overcome the country and the Allies are quickly pushing in. Here, De Luca must solve the murder of a wealthy bachelor. Solving the mystery brings De Luca into contact with the victim's eclectic group of friends, including adoring single women, bored socialite wives, servants and powerful associates of Mussolini.


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1x01 Indagine non autorizzata (April 27, 2008)


At the seaside resort of Riccione in 1938 the body of a young prostitute is found on a beach, not far from Mussolini's holiday residence. The local chief of police, terrified that the news may become public, attempts to draw the matter to a swift close by charging the woman's pimp with her murder, and earns praise from Il Duce in the process.




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