3 out of 3 people found the following review useful:
paul sloan from Scotland
20 May 2003
When first broadcast on BBC, this miniseries was refreshingly
follows the story of Anthony Steadman, a child murderer being released
prison after 17 years. Then there is Sally McCann, a mother whose child
disappeared around the time of the original murder,who is pursuing
Steadman.Also on Steadman's trail is Becky Wilson, a local radio
for whom the case brings back ghosts from her own past.
Brid Brennan is fantastic as Sally, you really feel her pain and her
helplessness.However, Bill Paterson as Steadman is truly outstanding. His
performance has great depth and realism.He also achieves something I
impossible in that you almost sympathise with Steadman's plight on being
released from prison.
This has not surfaced on British TV since the original broadcast. It
however, remain in my memory for many a day.
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