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As the August bank holiday weekend away continues for our couples, the oppressive heat only serves to heighten the growing tension and creeping sense of unease which dominates. The rivalry ... See full summary »

Director:

Jon East

Writers:

Mick Ford, Blake Morrison (novel)
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Episode credited cast:
Rupert Penry-Jones ... Ollie
Shaun Evans ... Ian
Genevieve O'Reilly ... Daisy
Claire Keelan ... Em
Alexander Karim ... Milo
Hugh Mitchell ... Archie
Helen Anderson ... Mrs. Baynes
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Dan Cohen ... Student Ian
Rudi Goodman Rudi Goodman ... Bullied boy
Elisha Johnson Elisha Johnson ... Natalie
Nicola Millbank ... Student Daisy
Mya-Lecia Naylor ... Bethany
Taylor Nelson-Morrison Taylor Nelson-Morrison ... Campbell
Alexander Owen Alexander Owen ... Student Ollie
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As the August bank holiday weekend away continues for our couples, the oppressive heat only serves to heighten the growing tension and creeping sense of unease which dominates. The rivalry between Ian and Ollie intensifies in the second leg of their 'Triathlon' and the peace is further shattered by the arrival of Daisy's colleague Milo whom Ian views with intense jealousy. Written by Carnival Film & Television

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weekend | death | vacation | friendship | See All (4) »

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Thriller

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That fateful Bank Holiday weekend.
29 November 2020 | by Sleepin_DragonSee all my reviews

Milo has arrived on hand to add in yet another later of tension and complication, the reason for Ian's current lack of good spirits is explained.

It is getting better and better, you will see a definite switch as you watch, the source of mania and anger we had in the first episode migrates to the other man.

Olly began as the figure of anger initially, this time round Ian shows a much darker side.tk his character.

Terrific acting throughout, Shaun Evans is a hugely impressive man, his acting is incredible, those monologues of his are the best part for me, he looks so rough, nice to hear his natural accent.

Loving it, 8/10.


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UK

Language:

English

Release Date:

26 August 2012 (UK) See more »

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