DVD - 2018
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When neurotic Greg is implicated in his business partner's death, witness Marcey helps him dispose of the corpse, but quickly begins to regret it.
Publisher: Bethesda, MD : RLJ Entertainment, [2018]
Characteristics: 1 videodisc (152 min.) : sound, color ; 4 3/4 in
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Nov 24, 2018

Could not even finish the first episode. Terribly disappointing.

Sep 18, 2018

Black humor with excellent ensemble acting. It is unexplained why the woman is silly enough to offer him an alibi but so entertaining when she becomes his nanny/therapist and guides him through the coverup of his crime. His wife is excellent in her role. Just very well acted by everyone.

Aug 02, 2018

2/10. This mini-series has a nonsensical, confusing, and unbelievable plot.

An unfortunate waste of talent in Michael Kitchen for this show.

Gave up half way through the 2nd episode, hoping for it to improve. It did not. Very disappointing.

Jul 22, 2018

Good British Television in three parts.

Jul 18, 2018

A delight. Yes, the plot stretches plausibility, but that hardly matters in the presence of excellent writing combined with the kind of acting we would expect from Michael Kitchen and Phyllis Logan. But it is Sophie Okonedo, with her super-expressive face, who steals the show. Lots of twists and turns, witty dialogue, and a good deal of fun.

May 26, 2018

What a ridiculous plot. Really a waitress returning to a house in the middle of the night to retrieve her purse and finding a door open. I expected the usual high standards of these very good actors and Acorn, I was disappointed.

lotuslori_8 Feb 02, 2018

Really enjoyed this offbeat TV series. Sophie Okonedo was fabulous as the 'partner-in-crime'.

bbryon Jan 24, 2012

Great Film. Really enjoyed this movie. I had never heard of it before, but was well worth watching.

Nov 06, 2011

Really enjoyed this film, excellent acting and interesting plot. Michael Kitchen, who is also in Foyle's War is a very good actor.


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bbryon Jan 07, 2012

In this dense psychological thriller by acclaimed writer Paul Abbott (Cracker, Touching Evil), an upper-class man and a catering waitress are brought together over a corpse. Not knowing what else to do, they dispose of the body. As events unfold, seeds of mistrust spread until they threaten to destroy everyone in their reach. Caught in their relentless advance are two unlikely characters, portrayed by critically acclaimed actor Michael Kitchen and Academy Award® nominee Sophie Okonedo.


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