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Second Sight: Hide and Seek (2000)

While hiding his own deteriorating eyesight, a detective investigates the case of a bludgeoned violinist where the key witness is her traumatized young son.

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DS Pewsey (as Rupert Holliday Evans)
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Selina Boyack ...
DC Holt
Helen Hathorn ...
Vicky Ingham
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Dr. Goddard, Ophthalmic Surgeon
Elizabeth Hurran ...
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Thomas Wheatley ...
Supt. Lawson
Ben Smith ...
Sam Tanner (as Benjamin Smith)
Finbar Lynch ...
Gavin Finn
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While hiding his own deteriorating eyesight, a detective investigates the case of a bludgeoned violinist where the key witness is her traumatized young son.

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the only one who may know who killed her is the victims 9 year old son
5 November 2001 | by See all my reviews

The 2 year old unsolved murder of a famous violinist Vicky Ingham is given to D.C.I Ross Tanner (Owen) and his team. The suspects, the ex-husband and the ex-lover are hiding something and the only one who may know who killed her is the victims 9 year old son.

D.I Tully, the only one on Detective Tanner's team who knows he is going blind resigns from the unit, leaving Tanner without an ally.


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