When a young serving police officer's father is released from jail after serving a sentence for murder, her investigations into his crime take her on a dark voyage of discovery.

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Justine Hopkin
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James Hopkin (as Kevin R. McNally)
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DCI Carroll Jordan
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Mark Hopkin
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DC Jake Bannerman
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Elaine Hopkin
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Raid Police Officer
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Lee Whitlock ...
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Prison Guard
Jukka Hiltunen ...
Concierge
Kwesi Asiedu-Mensah ...
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Mr. Cole
Barbara Keogh ...
Soho Bartender
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After Elaine Hopkin is found dead, apparent an OD suicide, her firstborn Mark wouldn't even inform his dad James Hopkin, who was locked up for murder. Kid sister Justine, a cocky uniformed cop, goes visit him, only to learn he was just released. After the autopsy concludes asphyxiation, she comprises friendly DC Jake Bannerman's official investigation by rash actions against procedure. Written by KGF Vissers

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Beware the sins of the father.

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Crime | Drama

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31 January 2005 (UK)  »

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Emma Pierson and Max Beesley stared in the series Hotel Babylon for four seasons starting 2006. See more »

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Emma Pierson holds this one together
17 January 2007 | by (Roanoke, Va USA) – See all my reviews

Emma Pierson is a virtual unknown here in the US, which is unfortunate. She, along with the rest of the cast did a credible job, and the story line was plausible, as far as made for TV dramas go.

But...Bloodlines had some of the worst directing and camera work i've ever seen. The jerk blurry camera work really was distracting; it ruined all the good efforts that went into making this film.

I am always on the look out for good Brit film work, we don't see nearly enough of it here in the US. Unfortunately this one was off the mark.

I look forward to seeing Emma Pierson in better films.


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