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Danielle Cable: Eyewitness (2003)

Dramatisation of the real-life road-rage killing in 1996 of Stephen Cameron by Kenneth Noye, who was also implicated in the Brinks Mat bullion robbery and the murder of a policeman. The ... See full summary »


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Cast overview, first billed only:
Danielle Cable
DI Nick Biddiss
Lindsey Coulson ...
Ann Cable
Keith Phelan
Kenneth Noye
Eamon Boland ...
Ken Cameron
Stephen Cameron
Tilly Vosburgh ...
Toni Cameron
Ross Boatman ...
Kate Williams ...
DS Libby Marks
Mark Letheren ...
DC Jason Wheeler
Jeff Mundy
Brian Boyce


Dramatisation of the real-life road-rage killing in 1996 of Stephen Cameron by Kenneth Noye, who was also implicated in the Brinks Mat bullion robbery and the murder of a policeman. The only witness to the killing of Stephen Cameron was his fiancée, Danielle Cable, who was forced to change her identity after giving the evidence which convicted Noye. Written by Anonymous

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Crime | Drama | Thriller





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14 April 2003 (UK)  »

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Daniellen piina  »

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'Joanne Froggatt', the actress who plays Danielle Cable in the drama, actually met with the real life Danielle Cable in a secret location with two bodyguards protecting Danielle from saying anything which might lead to her being found. See more »

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Brilliant real-life hunt for master-criminal
28 April 2003 | by (UK) – See all my reviews

This is an utterly fantastic and gripping, yet tragically real-life story of what happened to Danielle Cable and her fiancé Stephen Cameron in a so-called road-rage incident, at Junction 3 of the M25 (at the Swanley/M20 interchange), about 15 miles south-east of London, in 1996. The story was a sensation in the national media for many weeks and the incident seemed to be symptomatic of the rising violence in society. However, it wasn't all it seemed at first.

Not long into this film you realize that it's also concerned with far more sinister matters, namely the insidious presence (or absense, in Spain, as it turns out) of the evil Kenneth Noye, sadistic real-life master-criminal of Britain, formerly acquitted of the charge of murdering a trespasser in the garden of his Sevenoaks home in 1985 (it was really an undercover policeman). Strangely, that earlier incident reminds me of the infamous Tony Martin, the Norfolk farmer who murdered an intruder in 1999.

This brilliant Adrian Shergold film has all of the classic iconography of London/South East crime and gangsterism - the fake identity Land Rover car; the epic and foreboding Dartford Bridge on the skyline and the badlands around the estuary; the M25 orbital motorway; and the ugly, crude Kent and London accent (probably the worst and most vile in Britain). The film is similar in some ways to Essex Boys - the real-life story of drug killings north of the river - which also featured a Land Rover and, indeed, criminals that were directly connected by funding to Kenneth Noye, who was probably on his way to Essex when the murder in this film took place. Who knows?

The film has some great police detection work and features the quest to identify and arrest Noye. Joanne Frogatt is absolutey sensational as the traumatized, young yet stern Danielle Cable who witnessed everything but wants justice. She later has to go under the auspices of the police witness protection progamme with accompanying relocation, hair-dying and stuff, what one can only imagine must be a shattering experience, particularly at such a young age (21). Ironically, however, the actress Frogatt has an uncanny real-life resemblance to the former Danielle Cable.

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