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The Rain Has Stopped 

Liz, a lonely widow,returns home from her holiday in Torquay with Damar, a Nepalese ex-Gurkha, whom she intends to marry. Her grown-up,divorced daughter and son are hostile to him because ... See full summary »

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Emma Lowndes ...
Alice
Lauren Leak-Smith ...
Lilly
Dominic Senior ...
Joe
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Damar
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Liz
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Mike
Claire Hackett ...
Julie
Emma Lucy Vaudrey ...
Kay (as Emma Vaudrey)
Danny Seward ...
John
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Liz, a lonely widow,returns home from her holiday in Torquay with Damar, a Nepalese ex-Gurkha, whom she intends to marry. Her grown-up,divorced daughter and son are hostile to him because they never imagined Liz would find another man to replace their father, who died young. Her neighbour, bitter because she has been made redundant by cheaper, Eastern European labour, reports the couple to the council, losing Liz her benefits and Damar his job. Relations are strained with Liz's daughter using her grandchildren as weapons. Only when Damar leaves in the middle of the night do Liz's family realize how much she loves him and urge her to follow him and bring him back. Written by don @ minifie-1

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Good idea, clumsily written
5 January 2014 | by See all my reviews

Excellent leads in a drama with good intentions. But oh my goodness, the clumsiness of the writing around racism and racist attitudes is delivered with a sledgehammer, so full on that it lacks any sense of reality. If the mother is who she is, why are both her children and all her neighbours overt hostile ignorant bigots? Is it because the writers are prejudiced against the area/peoples that this story is set in? It gets worse as it goes on, makes the North of England seem like the Deep South of the US in the days of Jim Crow! Was it written by a 21 year old with a guilt complex? Dreadful waste of acting talent in an often excellent series.


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