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March 2004 (UK) See more »
An amnesiac might be a key figure in Detective Mackenzie Stone's search for his own wife, who disappeared five years ago. | Full synopsis »
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  (in credits order)

John Hannah ... D.S. Mackenzie Stone

Jemma Redgrave ... Jenna Dean

Anthony Calf ... John Dean

Patrick Malahide ... D.I. Brennan

Brendan Coyle ... D.C. Ian Reid
Jeremy Child ... Dr. Mark Denton
Rupert Farley ... D.I. Challoner

Lolita Chakrabarti ... Parminder Kelsey
Wendy Morgan ... Anne Sellers

Beatriz Batarda ... Lucia Stone
Jamie Ballard ... Alby

Elliot Levey ... Dr. Stanic

Julian Firth ... Dr. Carey
Roger Goss ... Bank Manager
Rachel Bavidge ... Surgery Receptionist
Howard Ward ... Hotel Manager

Colin McFarlane ... Solicitor
Martyn Reid ... Stan Heaton
rest of cast listed alphabetically:
John Perkins ... Barman (uncredited)

Directed by
Nicholas Laughland  (as Nick Laughland)
Writing credits
(in alphabetical order)
Chris Lang 

Produced by
Robert Bernstein .... executive producer
Jeremy Gwilt .... producer
Chris Lang .... associate producer
Douglas Rae .... executive producer
Kit Williams .... line producer
Original Music by
John Lunn 
Cinematography by
Dominic Clemence (director of photography)
Film Editing by
Scott Thomas 
Casting by
Susie Bruffin 
Production Design by
Dave Arrowsmith 
Art Direction by
Catherine Carruthers 
Nicki McCallum 
Costume Design by
Joanna Eatwell 
Makeup Department
Christina Baker .... makeup designer (as Chrissie Baker)
Mandy Furlonger .... makeup artist
Ashley Johnson .... makeup artist
Production Management
Phil Brown .... post-production supervisor
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Michael Mallinson .... first assistant director
Kiaran Murray-Smith .... second assistant director
Nicola Parfit .... third assistant director
Art Department
Brian Aldridge .... stand-by props
Mark Billingham .... dressing props
Mick Boleyn .... construction (as Michael Boleyn)
Garry Dawson .... standby props
Gary Dawson .... stand-by props (as Garry Dawson)
Matthew Edgar .... construction
Muffin Green .... property master
Bryan Griffiths .... construction
Robert Jones .... production buyer
Ali Milligan .... assistant art director
Erik Peterson .... dressing props
Sound Department
Gareth Bull .... dubbing mixer
Simon Clark .... sound recordist
Jim Hok .... boom operator
Michael Maroussas .... dubbing editor
Danny Sheehan .... dubbing editor
Richard Straker .... assistant sound re-recording mixer
Special Effects by
Nick P. Phillips .... special effects senior technician
Stephanie Carey .... stunt performer (as Stephanine Carey)
Juliette Cheveley .... stunt performer (as Juliet Sheveley)
Paul Kulik .... stunt performer
Trevor Steedman .... stunt coordinator
William Willoughby .... stunt performer (as Will Willoughby)
Rod Woodruff .... stunt coordinator
Paul Kulik .... stunt double: John Hannah (uncredited)
Camera and Electrical Department
Mark Bourdillon .... still photographer
Richard Brierley .... focus puller
Russell Diamond .... grip
Paul Donachie .... camera operator
Bruce Knight .... electrician
Steve Potts .... electrician
Jon Priddle .... focus puller
Jon Scadden .... best boy
Graeme Scott .... clapper loader
Martin Taylor .... electrician
Roger Tooley .... Steadicam operator
Eddy White .... lighting gaffer
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Katherine Fanthorpe .... costume assistant
Joanna Macklin .... costume supervisor
Editorial Department
Dave Mason .... colorist
Music Department
Paul Golding .... music score engineer
Other crew
Miles Ardizzone .... production runner
Matthew Arlidge .... script editor
Pat Bryan .... production coordinator
Marissa Cowell .... script supervisor
Thomas Elgood .... location manager (as Tom Elgood)
Nicole Finnan .... production executive
John Groves .... production accountant
Lesley Lay .... assistant accountant
Sheila Marshall .... script supervisor
Chris Patterson .... assistant location manager
Shelagh Pymm .... publicist
Nadia Salehian .... production secretary
Grant Sproat .... production runner
Tony Tucker .... marine advisor
Jen Lambert .... unit nurse (uncredited)

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UK:180 min (including commercials) (2 parts)
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4 out of 9 people found the following review useful.
I'd Like Some Amnesia To Forget I Ever Saw This, 13 August 2014
Author: jabrbi

This programme creates two intertwined story lines. One involves a detective whose wife apparently runs out on him on their 5th wedding anniversary and is not seen or heard from in the 3 months before the programme starts. The other story is about a man with apparent amnesia who MAY have murdered his wife and step child.

The detective falls apart, drinking heavily and starts to confuse fantasy and reality. Then he decides that two men appearing on two different Missing Posters are the same man, and this is the amnesiac man. The detective starts putting pressure on the amnesiac to admit who he is. Meanwhile other detectives begin to question whether the wife really ran away.

This programme relies heavily on amnesia, memory loss, memory gaps, hallucinations, twisted memories, unreliable remembrances. As such, nothing you see or hear can be relied upon. And therein lies the problem. There is nothing in this programme to get your teeth into. There are no reliable facts to hold on to. None at all.

Is the amnesiac a murderer? Is the detective a murderer? Has anyone actually been murdered? Does anyone care? Sure, it has the high production values of UK-based drama, with fine acting and a reasonable script, but the story just doesn't hold water and the over-use of unreliable memories makes the plot too fluid to be involving.

I lost count of the number of slamming doors when nobody was there, out of focus flashbacks, deliberately vague memories, seeing things that weren't there, mistaking one person for another, red herrings, over reactions and implausible coincidences. Everything is just too contrived to make sense.

Oh, and the computer skills ascribed to one of the characters is simply impossible.

Overall I found the plot simplistic, obvious and devoid of tension. If you don't bother to pay attention or think about what you're watching then you'll undoubtedly be surprised by the ending. Personally I knew the outcome less than 5 minutes into the programme.

A really disappointing programme.

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