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Death Has No Dominion: Part 2 

An eye witness account and identification of a car links a youth called Lee Ness to the farm shop murders but he claims not to know the Wraith. Tom Byrne,recently widowed,and Nikki,who has ... See full summary »

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Lizzie Fraser
William Gaminara ...
Adrian Lukis ...
Simon Avery
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Greg Matheson
Nick James ...
Luke (as Nicholas Fagg)
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DI Connie James
Lynda Rooke ...
Ursula
David Kirkbride ...
Lee
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Det Supt Tom Byrne
Kirsty Bushell ...
DI Ginny Gray
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Dave
Helen Sheals ...
Wraith
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Raani Amar
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An eye witness account and identification of a car links a youth called Lee Ness to the farm shop murders but he claims not to know the Wraith. Tom Byrne,recently widowed,and Nikki,who has just lost her father,develop a rapport whilst interviewing the parents of another supposed victim of the Wraith,who have their own views on the murderer's identity. A discrepancy in the findings of the Wraith's DNA at different crime scenes leads Harry to take samples from a rival laboratory. The result reveals an elaborately plotted revenge scenario to punish the police for the deaths of Mary and Lizzie. Written by don @ minifie-1

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2 April 2012 (UK)  »

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Brilliantly subversive!
26 January 2013 | by (Berkeley, CA, USA) – See all my reviews

I can't praise this episode enough...or say too much about it, because the brilliance is in the way it subverts our expectations of the thriller genre, even as it exceeds all expectations as to just how deeply such a program can delve into THE central questions of human existence: How and why do we believe what we believe? What is belief, and can we ever get outside the box of our own belief system to observe ourselves as we truly are?

This is madly ambitious storytelling of the highest order, which also works flawlessly on the level of thriller entertainment. Kudos to all, but especially to writer Ed Whitmore. I see he has many more credits here at IMDb, but I think he outdoes himself here.


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