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Confessional (1989)

TV Movie  -   -  Thriller  -  4 October 1989 (UK)
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A secretive terrorist commits crimes to disrupt the peace process between the Irish and the Brits. Both sides want him dead. When he decides to assassinate the pope and blame it on the UK, only a musician with a secret past can stop him.

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Cast

Credited cast:
Arthur Brauss
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Liam Devline
Michael Chesden ...
Monsignor Pienza
David de Keyser
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Davey
Robert Lang ...
Brigadier Charles Ferguson
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Thomas Kelly
Mike Potter ...
Johann W. Blum
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Catherine Rabett ...
(as Katie Rabett)
Chris Webb ...
Michael
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Shepilov
Valentina Yakunina ...
Tanya Maslovskaya
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A secretive terrorist commits crimes to disrupt the peace process between the Irish and the Brits. Both sides want him dead. When he decides to assassinate the pope and blame it on the UK, only a musician with a secret past can stop him.

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A brilliant piece of English Drama. MAGNIFICENT !!
10 September 2000 | by (Arkansas, USA) – See all my reviews

Having seen this tv movie when it was first released over ten years ago, this still stays as one of the ten best movies I have ever seen. From the brilliant writing of Jack Higgins to the explosive performance of Robert Lindsay as the IRA terrorist, and with good solid supporting performances, most notably that of David Carradine, this is a not-to-be missed movie that should be on everyone's list to watch.


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