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CSI steps up the search for potential serial killer who may be connected to a professional photographer after it discovers that Natalia's sister may be the next victim.

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Karen Gaviola

Writers:

Anthony E. Zuiker (created by), Ann Donahue (created by) | 2 more credits »
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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
David Caruso ... Horatio Caine
Emily Procter ... Calleigh Duquesne
Adam Rodriguez ... Eric Delko
Khandi Alexander ... Alexx Woods
Jonathan Togo ... Ryan Wolfe
Rex Linn ... Frank Tripp
Eva LaRue ... Natalia Boa Vista
Elisabeth Harnois ... Jill Gerard
Jonathan Cherry ... Gavin LaPorte
Amy Laughlin ... Erica Sikes
Cirroc Lofton ... Tommy Boyer
Michael A. Goorjian ... John Stockman (as Michael Goorjian)
Boti Bliss ... Maxine Valera
Jamie Strange ... Sasha Coolidge
Natalie Morales ... Anya Boa Vista
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Toll booth girls report a bloody bill with the message "he's going to kill me" handed from a sports-car, unidentifiable on video because of a photo-shield. At a beach jetty down that motorway, Leslie Anderson's corpse is found with traces of handcuffs and struggle fitting the girl in the car, but Leslie was asphyxiated two days earlier and has clay tile mortar traces as used in old buildings, like the abandoned one next to the restaurant mentioned on a valet parking ticket recorded on the sports-car's toll video. There are struggle signs, but the only man present, Mercedes-driver Tommy Boyer, was just looking for his fiancée Jill Gerard, missing since two days. The safe contains serial killer trophies, including pictures of Leslie and Natalia's sister Anya Boa Vista, not seen for two days by her roommate since a photo-shoot with a man fitting the profile who promised her a magazine cover. The press is shown all other pictures, apparently taken willingly, immoral TV reporter Erica ... Written by KGF Vissers

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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

13 November 2006 (USA) See more »

Filming Locations:

Hawthorne, California, USA See more »

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Dolby Digital | Dolby Digital (Dolby 5.1)

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Color

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16:9 HD
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This episode was based on the case of William Bradford, a fashion photographer who was arrested in 1984 for the murder of two women out of the hundreds he'd photographed. One of those women he'd photographed was Nikka La Rue, real-life sister of 'Eva LaRue Callahan'; Nika had been offered the role of Natalia's sister Anya, but turned it down in favor of playing a reporter at the press conference because it would have been "too surreal". See more »

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Eva and Jonathan's Screen Times Definitey Up This Season
5 December 2007 | by ccthemovieman-1See all my reviews

Some guy is kidnapping girls, preying off their shallow desires to have their faces shown off as famous models. He's a photographer and a good one and they fall for his line via the telephone. One of the girls is found dead, however, and another one that is missing turns out to be "Natalie Boa Vista's" sister. This "Natalie" (Eva LaRue) sure is getting a lot of air time in this season, almost as much, if not more, than series regular "Eric Delko" (Adam Rodriguez). Emily Proctor's role as "Calleigh Dusquense" also seems to be down a bit from previous years, but this is just the eighth episode of the season. Boa Vista and Jonathan Togo's "Ryan Wolfe" have had bigger roles this season, so far.

This show is mostly talk up to the last five minutes when Horatio and the police move in on the killer.

I'm sorry if I am being repetitive in these Season Five reviews about the photography, but I am continually stunned by how stylish this looks, week-after-week. It's always been that way but the camera tricks and the computerization makes almost every scene unbelievably colorful.....at least on the DVDs, which is the only way I watch TV shows anymore.


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