Bullets (TV series)

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Bullets
GenreCrime drama
Created by
Screenplay by
Directed by
Starring
Country of originFinland
Original languages
  • Finnish
  • English
  • German
  • Dutch
No. of seasons1
No. of episodes10 (list of episodes)
Production
Producers
Running time45 mins. (per episode)
Production companies
  • Vertigo Production
  • Nadcon
  • Lunanime/Lumiére
Release
Original network
Original release19 October 2018 (2018-10-19) 
December 21, 2018 (2018-12-21)

Bullets is a Finnish ten-part television crime drama, which premiered on 19 October 2018 on MTV3. [1] It was created by Antti Pesonen and Minna Virtanen  [ fi ] with Pete Riski directing. [2] Series rights were sold in over 30 countries, including United Kingdom, Germany and Spain. [3] In Australia Bullets was broadcast on SBS-TV's streaming service, On Demand from 13 June 2019. [4] The action is set in Helsinki (Finland), Belgium and North Caucasus with filming in Finland, Belgium and Georgia. [2] The main protagonists are Mari Saari (Krista Kosonen), an undercover Supo officer and Timo Viita (Tommi Korpela), a narcotics superintendent who investigate the activities of Madina Taburova (Sibel Kekilli), a wanted terrorist, who has arrived in Helsinki as a drug mule. [4] [5] A ruthless criminal, Juri Borodin (Dragomir Mrsic), or "ghost", pursues Madina for his own schemes. [5]

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Plot

In 2002, early in the War in Afghanistan, Madina meets Jumanah, joins her "Brides of Allah". They prepare female suicide bombers or "bullets": harmless until loaded and aimed at targets. Madina's husband Aslan was killed by Russians; their daughter, Alba was taken by UN nurses. From 2005 to 2015 Madina travels across Europe, orchestrating numerous terrorist activities using "bullets". In 2016 Madina fakes her death in Paris, two years later in Belgium she becomes "Zamira". However she is forced to be a drug mule by "the Arabian", to get into Finland. In Helsinki both Mari and Timo are watching drugs exchanged by Almaz and Jari. Mari chases Jari but he escapes after killing Jaana. Mari is arrested by Timo as a suspect but he's forced to release her by Juha.

Mari becomes an undercover social worker at Almaz' refugee center. Almaz collects drugs from mules and passes them to Jari. Madina arrives at the center but falls ill when one of her internal packages leaks. Mari saves Madina's life and takes her to hospital. Juri is hunting Madina and follows her trail to Belgium, killing "the Arabian" and his dealers. Karla orders Mari to work with Timo on Jari's drug network. Juri arrives in Helsinki and successively kills Almaz and Jari. Madina is threatened by Juri but she's rescued by Timo and Mari. Timo organises a safe house for Madina, however Juri finds her, blackmails her into cooperation by threatening Alba. Mari starts dating Kim. Madina gets a job as a hotel cleaner. She starts recruiting Roza and Zara. Mari tells Madina she's found Alba and tries to convince her to meet.

Madina is initially scared off by Juri's threats. Roza and Zara start working with Madina at the hotel. Mari sends Alba to Madina, they speak. Juri's henchmen snatch Madina off streets but she escapes. Sayid collects Alba from her home. Madina and Mari arrive. Juri threatens Alba's life and orders Madina to kill Mari. Mari is shot by Madina. Mari injured, diffuses a bomb left by Juri. Juri's van with Madina, Alba and Sayid stopped by hotel security. They carry chemical explosives. Leonid and Juri kill security. Russian president has arrived at hotel. Sayid places chemicals on a trolley, which is taken upstairs by Zara. Alba wears fake bomb vest, Leonid wants her shot but Mari shows its a false detonator. Explosion rips through third floor. Mari rushes upstairs to roof. Sayid's dying, Madina and Juri strugle over his gun. Alba arrives on roof. Juri killed by Mari, Madina dies of wounds. "Interior Minister" decides to lay blame on Madina and not mention connection of Russian agents.

Cast

Main cast

According to sources: [2]

Additional cast

Episode guide

No.TitleDirected byWritten byOriginal air date
1"Refugee"
19 October 2018 (2018-10-19)
Afghanistan (2002): Madina meets Jumanah. Helsinki airport (present): Mari and Jaana surveil Almaz and Jari. Vili reports, "he's here", Timo and Jaska spring into action. Almaz gives Jari white bag; they separate. Mari and Jaana chase Jari. Timo and Jaska follow. Jari disappears outside, Mari and Jaana search. Jari rises with gun drawn. Janna calls "gun!" shot fired. Mari cannot save Jaana. Timo and squad arrive; arrest Mari. Belgium: Zamira agrees to be "Arabian"'s drug mule, gives passport but killed. Timo interviews Mari: nothing. Juha orders Mari's release. Belgium: men break into shipping container, find ≈ 20 people: ask for Madina. Timo missed his birthday party: Ronja's annoyed, Anna's resigned. Madina buys Zamira's passport from "Arabian"; works as drug mule. Madina leaves Helsinki airport. Karla: new alias as "Mari", refugee center's social worker. Jaana's corpse anonymously removed. Madina hides passport in room. New flat: Mari knows she's being filmed. At center, Mari sees Madina interviewed by Almaz. Madina sweating. Timo's squad observes Almaz and Mari chatting. Vili and Jaska leave, Timo remains. Juri questions "Arabian" at gunpoint: where's Madina? Juri kills "Arabian". Mari follows Almaz, Madina asks for Alba, collapses. Almaz runs off. Mari saves Madina, boards ambulance. Timo follows.
2"Courier"
  • Pete Riski
  • Minna Virtanen
  • Kirsi Vikman
26 October 2018 (2018-10-26)
Madina's drug bag leaked, she's critical. Mari returns to center, finds passport. Karla and Mari review Zamira's life: why choose her? Timo sees Madina's guarded room. Mari finds Almaz, updates her on Madina's health. Almaz to Mari: got drugs from refugee mules. Juri leaves Helsinki airport, jammer interrupts CCTV feeds. Drug identified: Syrian amphetamine ("Ammo"). Karla to Mari: work with Timo's squad. Supo and Drug Unit discus joint-operation on "Ammo". Vili and Jaska: Jari took over "Ammo" distribution. Jari visits Almaz: I killed someone; he leaves. Mari attempts facial recognition to ID Madina: no matches. Juri watches Jari exit. Madina recalls Aslan giving her necklace. Karla to Mari: "Arabian" killed Zamira, "ghost" killed "Arabian" plus three henchmen; CCTV jammed, case closed. Mari: what about Madina? Karla: she's mule; let Timo have her. Jaska and Vili at Almaz' flat: she's strangled. Mari's on leave, meets Kim. Refugee center's caller asked for Madina, given Almaz' details. At Almaz' flat, Timo finds money cache. Timo asks Anna: holiday? Anna: cannot afford it. Madina remembers Jumanah preparing woman with bomb vest. Madina wakes, recovers necklace, knocks out guard. Takes gun, phone. Timo to Mari: Almaz killed. Mari to Timo: hospital guard not responding.
3"Madina"
  • Pete Riski
  • Minna Virtanen
  • Kirsi Vikman
2 November 2018 (2018-11-02)
London (2008): Madina prepares woman's backpack: leave at Waterloo station. Madina observes explosion's aftermath. Present: Madina changed clothes. Mari goes to hospital ward. Timo arrives, walks past "ghost", who looks suspicious. Timo turns around but he's gone. Juri follows Madina, she recognizes him, steals car, gets away. Timo collects Mari, tells her about "ghost". Madina breaks into center, goes to room, Mari awaits. Madina holds gun. Jaska and Vili view hospital's CCTV, disrupted when "ghost" passed Timo. Madina to Mari: drive to your flat, Mari returns passport. Karla phones Mari: "Zamira" = Madina, dangerous terrorist. Mari's building: "ghost" enters, Madina to Mari: answer door; "ghost" waits below, gun raised. Timo sees "ghost", yells "police!" Shots fired, "ghost" runs off. Timo offers Madina police protection, she lowers gun. Karla: maintain cover; determine Madina's mission. Timo to Juha: Madina needs safe house. Anna's disgruntled by Timo's work-focused attitude. Mari reads Madina's file: created "bullets" for terrorism, supposedly died, 2016. Mari and Kim dating. Madina questioned by police: cannot recall drug dealers' names but forced to be mule. Recognizes Almaz but not Jari nor "ghost". Chechnya (2002): Russians attack Madina and Aslan's home. Madina escapes with Alba. Aslan's captured, killed.
4"Home"
  • Pete Riski
9 November 2018 (2018-11-09)
Mari takes Timo to Supo HQ. Karla to Timo: Madina's true identity is classified. Karla details Madina's history. Timo agrees to treat Madina as drug mule. Mari to find Madina's real mission. Jari sees police tape at Almaz' flat, texts her for details. Mari to Timo: Almaz' phone taken by "ghost"? Almaz: lets meet. Jari shot dead by "ghost". At home, Timo's bags packed, Anna asks him to leave. Ronja to Timo: no one can live with you, go away. Mari relives parents' deaths in car accident. Madina in interview room, camera disrupted, envelope of photos left. Police find Jari's corpse. Madina: will talk to Mari. Madina agrees to police protection. Geneva: "Oligarch" phones Juri, police releasing Madina, mission remains. Mari takes Madina to safe house. Juha to Timo: gather intel on Mari. Timo asks Mari personal questions, she's unsettled. Timo stalks Anna: identifies visitor's numberplate. Mari returns to Supo HQ, views Madina's CCTV, sees image distorted. Mari alerts Vili and Jaska, who enter safe house building, but she stops them when image settles. Inside: Juri blackmails Madina to cooperate by threatening Alba's life. Syria (2016): Madina to Jumanah: time for me to leave, going to Paris to "die".
5"Alba"
  • Pete Riski
  • Minna Virtanen
  • Kirsi Vikman
  • Matti Laine
16 November 2018 (2018-11-16)
Belgium (2017): Madina sees young woman crying, holding detonator. Madina calms her, disarms bomb vest, then leaves. Current: Mari and Timo review Madina's footage, envelope appeared after "ghost" visit. Mari enters Madina's flat, copies photos. Jaska and Vili follow Madina. Mari: who's young woman in photos? Timo shares breakfast with Ronja, Anna's stayed out. Timo hides spycam in kitchen. Mari uses facial recognition to ID Alba and adoptive family. Timo checks Almaz' money cache, re-hides it. Mari and Madina discuss news: teenage girl as suicide bomber. Mari: who would do this to children? Madina: I never had any children. Anna finds Timo's money cache. Alba photographed by "ghost" as she leaves school. At jiu-jitsu class, Mari and Alba spar and talk. Anna confronts Timo over cache, orders its removal. Mari meets Kim and Sofia at museum. Timo spies on Anna and Ronja. Alba asks Kerttu about birth mother, but Kerttu knows little. Mari and Madina dine. Alba searches parents' room finds baby shawl. Madina to Mari: lost daughter in 2002. Middle East (2017): Madina tracked down by "ghost". He tells her: Alba's alive in Helsinki, get ready to work for us. She shoots him in chest, runs off, he wears bulletproof vest.
6"Zara"
  • Pete Riski
  • Minna Virtanen
  • Kirsi Vikman
  • Matti Laine
23 November 2018 (2018-11-23)
Karla to Mari: stay clear of Alba. Juri to Madina: go to job interview or risk Alba's safety. Gives Madina vial of clear liquid: get rid of Mari; also a parcel. Mari sees her flat's been broken in. Kim arrives; found by her phone number, they have sex. Mari searches Kim's wallet, asks for ID check. Madina in hotel, instructed in cleaner's duties. Juha questions Mari, shows previous IDs, who are you? Mari: Juha's unauthorized. Mari's CCTV disrupted. Madina watches Roza bullied at school. Timo to Karla: Madina's hotel job. Karla: search Madina's flat. Jaska finds annotated Quran, photographs notes. Madina starts recruiting Roza. Mari to Timo: Madina's radicalizing Roza. Vili tails Madina to market, he photographs her with Zara. Juha questions Timo over Supo work. Timo at Supo HQ: Juha investigating Janna's death, Mari's negligence. He's seeking career advancement. Madina gives Zara her Quran: read marked pages. Mari follows Zara. Konstantin annoys Zara, and then beats her. Mari bangs on door. Mari to Timo: Konstantin's wife beater. Zara reads Quran. Mari and Timo: get Madina to meet Alba? At Madina's, Mari visits. Madina prepares tea cups; adds vial content to Mari's cup. Mari: I found Alba. Madina drops cups.
7"Ghost"
  • Pete Riski
  • Minna Virtanen
  • Kirsi Vikman
30 November 2018 (2018-11-30)
Helsinki (2016): Timo cleared of misconduct and threatening suspect. Juha disappointed. Timo has heart attack. Present: Mari sees Timo's spycam on Ronja, she tells him Ronja will learn she's being photographed by him; remove it. Madina to Juri: we can use Mari to fool police. Juri: agrees but continue recruiting Roza and Zara. Timo visits Anna and Ronja, Anna gives him divorce papers: she will not discuss relationship, he's had too many chances already. Madina meets Roza and Zara: offers hotel cleaner job. Zara accepts, but Roza hesitates. Timo removes spycam from kitchen. Timo visits Juha for drinks: Anna wants divorce. Later Anna to Juha: does he know about our affair? Konstantin takes Zara's Quran, denigrates her faith. Karla agrees to Timo and Mari's plan for Madina and Alba meeting. It may flush out "ghost". Mari and Alba spar at jiu-jitsu. Mari: your mother's alive, wants to meet. Mari and Madina go to school for meet up, Juri follows. At school, Timo and team watch, Alba arrives, Madina stays in car. Mari talks to Alba, returns to car but Madina refuses. Jari observes Alba waiting. Alba arrives home, distraught. Mari takes Madina home: Zara arrives, Konstantin's beaten her up.
8"Birthday"
  • Pete Riski
  • Minna Virtanen
  • Kirsi Vikman
7 December 2018 (2018-12-07)
Juri watches Kerttu console Alba. Mari takes Madina to Zara's. Madina enters, stands on Konstantin's neck until he dies; collects Zara's things. Roza to Zaha: taking hotel cleaner job. Juri signals helicopter: three henchmen disembark. Mari to Karla, Timo: Konstantin's corpse disposed. Timo and team: unhappy covering murder. Mari: if Madina's arrested, cell continues mission. Karla agrees: need information on cell members. Karla to Mari: dangerous seeing Kim. Madina orders bomb-making material via Zara's laptop, pays by Zara's card. Juri observes Mari meet Kim. Karla to Juha: leave Mari alone, photos of Juha with Anna. Madina goes to Roza's bedroom, places Quran. Jaska photographs Madina leaving. Juri's henchman: Mari's ID appears genuine. Madina photographs floor plans. Ronja cannot abide Juha visiting. Karla to Mari: extensive search of your background, by "ghost". Mari: send Alba to Madina? Timo buries money cache. Anna to Juha: Timo had money bag. Madina refuses to contact Alba. Juha to Vili: Timo stole evidence. At jiu-jitsu, Mari to Alba: Madina's address. Alba goes to Madina's, Alba realizes it is Madina's goodbye. Juri observes meeting. At hotel, Leonid announces important visitor imminent. On way to Sofia's birthday, Mari's attacked, she stabs Juri's henchman with his knife.
9"Roza"
  • Pete Riski
  • Minna Virtanen
  • Kirsi Vikman
14 December 2018 (2018-12-14)
Madina to Kerttu: jewelry for my daughter, but Madina leaves without chosen necklace. Henchman not IDed, has Russian Special Forces tattoos. Madina snatched off streets. Doctor to Timo: another heart attack likely; leave police. Karla to Mari: Madina's missing. Zaha to Roza: Quran notes are false, dangerous. Vili to Timo: Juha says you stole evidence. Juri to Madina: why meet Alba? Roza's SMS: I quit. Juri releases Madina: fix it. Madina to Roza: lets meet. Juri sends Faisal instead, tells Sayid to imprison Madina. Timo and Jaska dig up money cache. Madina breaks bindings with screw. Timo at Ronja's dance practice apologizes, will miss tomorrow's recital. Ronja: you know mom's boyfriend. Sayid checks Madina: knocked out, takes gun, phone. Madina phones Mari: help. Mari collects Madina, Alba in danger. Kerttu gives Alba necklace; chosen by her birth mother. Timo sees Anna and Juha together. Karla phones Timo: check on Roza. At Roza's, police dead, Faisal enters, grabs Roza. Timo saves her, chases Faisal but out of condition. Madina and Mari at Alba's, Sayid takes Alba. Timo fights Juha over Anna. Madina and Mari arrive at room, Juri awaits. Sayid holds Alba. Juri orders Madina to kill Mari, Madina shoots Mari.
10"Mari Saari"
  • Pete Riski
  • Minna Virtanen
  • Kirsi Vikman
21 December 2018 (2018-12-21)
Mari's injured, near bomb set to go. Juri in van, presses button. Mari defuses bomb. Timo in hospital; Juha: prison for stealing evidence. Timo: evidence logged in. Madina to Zara: come to work. Madina, Juri, Alba and Sayid in van. Stopped due to "cleaning products". Leonid overrides hotel security, but refused entry. Leonid and Juri kill them. Russian president arrives at hotel. Zara wearing cleaner's uniform enters hotel. Sayid sets timer for chemical bomb on trolley. Juri to Madina: say goodbye to Alba. Sayid pushes trolley into basement. Madina to Alba: Aslan's necklace. Zara takes trolley upstairs. Alba wears bomb vest. Leonid orders Alba shot. Mari denies him: fake detonator. Juri to Madina: I killed Aslan. Sayid: president in kill zone. Juri starts timer. Madina lunges for Juri's gun. Explosion destroys third floor. Mari runs upstairs: continues to roof. Sayid's dying, Madina's wounded: holds gun on Juri. Mari: Alba's alive. Madina winces, Juri attacks. Mari shoots Juri dead. Alba witnesses Madina dying. Month later: Mari addresses "Interior Minister", outlines Juri's plot, highly organized with intelligence agents. Juha counters: better to blame Madina. Minister: to appease Russians, stick with Juha's version. Leonid reports to "Oligarch". Karla: president wanted to meet secret daughter.

Reception

Dimitris Passas of Tap the Line observed Bullets strives, "to show how difficult is to judge its characters who are repeatedly making questionable, in terms of ethics and morality, decisions because of extreme circumstances." [5] SBS-TV's Anthony Morris described the pivotal interaction between lead characters, Mari (Kosonen) and Madina (Kekilli), and explained, "[it's] about the connection between the two women as it is about the plot twists and turns you'd expect from a spy drama." [6] TV Tonight's David Knox felt, "[this is] an intelligent mix of crime serial, espionage thriller, and political drama, set against the atmospheric backdrops." [4]

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