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Rosie is a successful shopkeeper in the Suffolk resort town of East Lee,mother of teens Jamie and Olivia and married to widowed Ben,who also has two children. After missing schoolgirl ... See full summary »

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Edward Bazalgette

Writer:

Chris Lang
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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Hermione Norris ... Rosie
Martin Clunes ... Ben
Paul McGann ... David
Alexander Arnold ... Jamie
Nicola Walker ... DC Sue Upton
Annabelle Apsion ... Kay Mullary
Antonia Clarke ... Jess
Jake Davies ... Rob
Ellie Bamber ... Olivia
Juliet York Juliet York ... Lorraine Mullary
Charles Daish Charles Daish ... DCI McCleish
Hannah Pettifer Hannah Pettifer ... News reporter
Shereen Martin ... Pathologist
Josef Altin ... Sean Christie
Dougie Carter Dougie Carter ... Computer Shop Assistant
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Rosie is a successful shopkeeper in the Suffolk resort town of East Lee,mother of teens Jamie and Olivia and married to widowed Ben,who also has two children. After missing schoolgirl Lorraine Mullary is found stabbed Rosie is appalled to find Jamie has hidden his blood-stained trainers behind his bed and somebody has used the washing machine secretly. Unwilling to share her suspicions with Ben she confides in Jamie's father,ex-husband David. He tells her that he has discovered that Jamie is friendly with the older Sean Christie, a drop-out with a conviction for sexual assault. Written by don @ minifie-1

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Drama | Thriller

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A brilliant start.
28 November 2020 | by Sleepin_DragonSee all my reviews

How far would you go to protect one of your kids, would you protect them if you thought they were guilty of murder?

I thought this was an excellent start to this two part drama. Two families have joined together, and naturally all is not well, throw in the murder, and suspicions, and you have problems.

Who killed Lorraine? Plenty of suspects for us to consider at this early stage.

Wonderful acting by all, Clunes, Norris and McGann all excellent.

I get a Broadchurch vibe early on here, bit sure if anyone else feels it too?

Loved it, 9/10.


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Language:

English

Release Date:

3 September 2012 (UK) See more »

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