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Love Lies Bleeding (2006)

Self-made millionaire Mark Terry has no idea that his world is about to turn upside down when an old school friend appears with a grudge against him.

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Mark Terry
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Stuart Milburn
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Zara Terry
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Joanna Syms
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DI Dunne
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Mr. Brining
Michael Harbour ...
Paddy Bankhead
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Young Mark
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Young Stuart
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Young Joanne
Christopher Wright ...
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Fiona Egan ...
Stuart's Mum
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Self-made millionaire Mark Terry has no idea that his world is about to turn upside down when an old school friend appears with a grudge against him.

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27 February 2006 (UK)  »

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Milosc, klamstwa i krew  »

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Edgy thriller with a few subtle and no so subtle plot twists
1 March 2006 | by See all my reviews

An excellent 2 part film, shown on TV in the UK on 27th/28th February 2006.

Within the first few minutes of watching, you are hooked into the world of Mark Terry, millionaire with a broken marriage caused by the stress of losing their only child to cot death. When an old school pal comes knocking at the door, it rekindles a series of events that began 30 years ago but that ultimately ends in 4 murders. This is a story of jealousy, insecurity, rage, depression, loss and ultimately love. The main character actors all play their parts excellently - Martin Kemp, Claire Goose, Hugo Speer. Hugo in particular comes across as a very convincing "bent copper" policeman who believed he was guilty of manslaughter in his school days, was ostracised by his family and friends and ultimately became a murderer under the cover of his job.


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