Frost investigates the murder of a security guard at a quarry with an autistic teenager the only witness while DS Wallace helps Frost with an unusual series of burglaries.

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Bruce Alexander ...
Caroline Harker ...
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Jimmy Yuill ...
Charles Lightfoot
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Stuart Mackintosh
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Laurence Burrell
Rob Spendlove ...
Martin Burrell
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Helen Burrell
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Colin Stokes
Sheila Whitfield ...
Sally Stokes
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Ben Stokes (as Samuel Graham)
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Oscar Manning (as Andy De La Tour)
Wayne Foskett ...
Les Jameson
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Autistic teenager Laurence Burrell is the only witness to an attack on a security guard at Denton's last remaining quarry and is hauled in by the police, later escaping back to the quarry, which he threatens to blow up. Frost is also kept busy when a woman claims that her ex-partner has abducted their young son, and Mr. Mullet is anxious that he investigate a series of burglaries which are strangely related. Written by don @ minifie-1

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Dr. McKenzie: There's one odd thing.
Insp. Jack Frost: Odd? That's what I like!
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Jim Sturgess brilliant performance
6 June 2010 | by (Australia) – See all my reviews

I think this was an amazing performance by Jim Sturgess. He plays an autistic boy who is witness to a murder, but he is so locked into his beliefs about invading aliens he proves very difficult to question and not much help to inspector Frost. He eventually becomes a suspect in the murder. The scene where he is scared and alone in the cell is particularly poignant. But it is his way of speaking and interactions with Frost and the other Police that really impressed me.

He is totally believable as someone who is mentally impaired and if he didn't win some sort of award for this performance he certainly should have.


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