Jack Taylor (2010)
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Not Rated | | Crime, Drama | Episode aired 2010
Jack is asked by Kate to meet with the family of a young man that is murdered by crucifixion.

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Stuart Orme
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Cast

Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Iain Glen ... Jack Taylor
Siobhán O'Kelly Siobhán O'Kelly ... Kate Noonan
Jack Monaghan Jack Monaghan ... Darragh Noonan
Killian Scott ... Cody Farraher
Elva Trill Elva Trill ... Gail Mitchell
Ross McKinney ... Sean Mitchell
Alan McKee Alan McKee ... Bob Mitchell
Deirdre Monaghan Deirdre Monaghan ... Nora Mitchell
Shane Robinson Shane Robinson ... Rory Willis
Michèle Forbes Michèle Forbes ... Mary Willis (as Michelle Forbes)
Enda Oates ... Dan Willis
Sinead Watters Sinead Watters ... Aisling (as Sinéad Watters)
Des Carney Des Carney ... Gary
Paraic Breathnach Paraic Breathnach ... Father Malachy (as Padraic Breathnach)
Garrett Keogh Garrett Keogh ... Supt. Ned Whelan
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Jack is asked by Kate to meet with the family of a young man that is murdered by crucifixion.

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Genres:

Crime | Drama

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Country:

Ireland | Germany

Language:

English

Release Date:

2010 (USA) See more »

Filming Locations:

Galway, Ireland See more »

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Color
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First instalment of Jack Taylor where Siobhan O'Kelly replaced Nora-Jane Noone as Kate Noonan, who played the part in all previous appearances of the character. See more »

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Followed by Jack Taylor: Purgatory (2010) See more »

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Philip Marlowe meets the means streets of Galway
17 April 2017 | by thomasj-hallSee all my reviews

Iain Glen as Jack Taylor is utterly watchable. And it is hard to resist a PI who team of "secret informants" are a selection of the town drunks.

To my North American ears the accents are a bit difficult at times, but that is a mere quibble. I also think these very dark stories should have been filmed in high contrast black and white, but I think all noir stories should be shot that way.

The plots can be a bit far fetched, but Taylor is a compelling character marvelously played.

The major weakness is the dialog. There are no pithy one liners that make Chandler and Hammet so endearing, such as Chandler's line that "It was the type of wind that set housewives to testing the edge of the carving knife as they eyed their husbands' throats....."


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