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25 August 2003 (UK) See more »
"Alibi" is a thriller with a bit of romance and touches of black humour along the way. Greg is discovered... See more » | Add synopsis »
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Michael Kitchen ... Greg Brentwood

Sophie Okonedo ... Marcey Burgess

Phyllis Logan ... Linda Brentwood
Simon Hyde ... Claimant

Paul Thornley ... PC Blake
Stefan Weclawek ... Teenage Chef

Francis Magee ... Sgt. Powell
Jem Wall ... Carl
Hilary Maclean ... Steph

Tom Knight ... Martin Shaps
Adam Kotz ... Danny
Jerome Willis ... Stan Shaps
Anna Mottram ... Coroner
Peter Lovstrom ... Derek Wells
Clare Clifford ... Verna
Sadie Shimmin ... Wendy
Paul Williams ... Eugene

Belle Mary Hithersay ... WPC (as Belle Hithersay)
Neil Boorman ... Mr. Henderson
Laura Roxburgh ... WPC

Directed by
David Richards 
Writing credits
(in alphabetical order)
Paul Abbott 

Produced by
Clare Birks .... executive producer
Judith Hackett .... producer
David Mason .... line producer
Eileen Quinn .... executive producer
Original Music by
Hal Lindes 
Cinematography by
Lawrence Jones (director of photography)
Film Editing by
Catherine Creed 
Casting by
Andy Pryor 
Production Design by
Gary Williamson 
Art Direction by
Choi Ho Man 
Costume Design by
Ralph Wheeler-Holes  (as Ralph Holes)
Makeup Department
Beverley Binda .... makeup supervisor
Natalie-Jo Pateman .... makeup assistant (as Natalie Pateman)
Jan Sewell .... makeup designer
Production Management
Shelley Powell .... post-production supervisor
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Ben Howard .... second assistant director
Nic Jeune .... first assistant director
Ben Pound .... third assistant director
Art Department
Steve Bohan .... construction manager
Bob Catlin .... stand-by props
Cathy Cosgrove .... production buyer
Ian Curtis .... stand-by carpenter
Katie Driscoll .... stand-by art director (as Katie Buckley)
Colin McKenzie .... dressing props
Dickson Peschek .... property master (as Dickon Peschek)
Darren Wisker .... stand-by props
Neil Wood .... dressing props
Sound Department
Bill Dodkin .... sound recordist
Paul Hamblin .... sound re-recording mixer
Kim Harding .... sound maintentance
Becki Ponting .... sound effects editor
Ian Wilkinson .... dialogue editor
Rowena Wilkinson .... foley artist
Tom Delmar .... stunt coordinator
Diz Sharpe .... stunts
Camera and Electrical Department
Ross Chapman .... rigging gaffer
Pat Cronin .... stand-by rigger
David Manfield .... gaffer
Nathan Mann .... focus puller
Joe Maples .... clapper loader
John Robinson .... grip
Andrew Speller .... camera operator: second unit
Martin Stephens .... camera operator
Adam Walker .... electrician
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Johnathon de Domenico .... wardrobe supervisor
Samantha Green .... costume assistant
Editorial Department
Alan Bishop .... colorist
Kevin Horsewood .... telecine colorist
Julian May .... assistant editor
Location Management
Ralph Cameron .... location manager
Jo Manderson .... location assistant
Other crew
Kirstie Edgar .... script supervisor
John Griffin .... script editor
Vicky Johnson .... production coordinator (as Vicki Johnson)
Hannah Judah .... production assistant
Bob McDonald .... production accountant
Julian Stevens .... production runner

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UK:180 min (including commercials) (2 parts)
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15 out of 15 people found the following review useful.
A worthy and intriguing TV movie venture, 8 September 2003
Author: davideo-2 from United Kingdom

STAR RATING:*****Unmissable****Very Good***Okay**You Could Go Out For A Meal Instead*Avoid At All Costs

Alibi is a gripping and thoroughly engaging TV movie thriller,with believable characters in believable situations.This is given extra credence thanks to the realistic,down-to-earth performances from the two leads,Michael Kitchen and Sophie Okelondo.They are given no sassy dialogue or outlandish situations to perform with,which,in this instance,has been for the better.The story manages to keep you gripped over it's two part duration,with it's clever and entertaining twists and turns.Be warned,though,as it's not all great.The director allows the pace to drag a bit in parts,there is an unwelcome comedy element spewing over things and the ending is the very definition of anti climatic.Still,it's a very audacious and well made effort for ITV1 to herald,and is well worth catching if you haven't seen it already.***

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