||Drama, Action, Crime, Mystery
||Ryan Eggold, Diego Klattenhoff, James Spader, Mozhan Marno, Megan Boone, Amir Arison, Harry Lennix, Parminder Nagra
The same person is Raymond (Red) Reddington: a criminal, a familiar face from the FBI wanted list, a former Navy officer who crossed the line and sold his soul to the highest bidder. Now he is turning himself in and is willing to reveal his wanted criminal colleagues (the ones on the real blacklist, those no one knows most of them doing well), on one condition - he will only work with Elizabeth Kane. Who is Elizabeth Cain? Asks the vertices. Well - she is a young and beautiful agent who just begins her career as a prophylactic at the FBI. What is the connection between the two? The mystery will apparently turn out later, but the hints are already thicker. In the meantime, she has no choice but to cooperate with him. Raymond Ranigton is one of the FBI's top 10 wanted terrorists. One bright morning he decides to turn himself in to the FBI and demands to talk only to Elizabeth Cain, a fresh agent who is her first day in service. From here Blacklist enters a shameless session of precise scene reconstruction from The Silence of the Lambs, and Rennigton gives his information exposure to reveal that Cain will tell him stories from her childhood. come on. In contrast to Megan Bohn, who plays Agent Cain and eats dust from even Jodie Foster's shadow, James Spider in the role of villain manages to echo Anthony Hopkins' unforgettable performance with eloquence and charisma that saves "Blacklist" from the lowest standard of commercial television in the United States. Surrounded by a ridiculous cast that is engaged in hysterical gestures and dramatic eyebrow bends, Spider becomes the sole axis of the series and keeps it with its head above the water, despite the cuneiform reproduction at its center.