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A bank employee, Laura Tracey, places herself and her family in mortal danger after reporting irregularities in the firm's overseas accounts to the National Criminal Intelligence Service. She learns that the money belongs to South American drug cartels, and her family are immediately taken into the Witness Protection Programme and relocated. Written by
I find it hard to believe that this has never had a commercial release, chucked a load of VHS tapes out and discovered this, re-watching it I find it hard to believe that this was transmitted way back in 2001. The computer screens give away the age of it, but otherwise it has a very modern feel to it. Amanda Burton is absolutely first rate in this drama, Bill Patterson never fails to put in a great performance, and it's the same here. I miss this kind of high quality one of drama, both ITV and BBC1 seemed to produce constantly back around 2000-2005. The story is a very good one, with plenty of twists and turns to keep the viewer happy.
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