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Tell Me That You Love Me 

Laura Sims has a successful career, but an unsuccessful love life. When she meets Gabriel, he seems like the perfect potential partner, but when the relationship begins to move too fast for... See full summary »

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Bruce MacDonald

Writer:

Adrian Hodges
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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Judith Scott Judith Scott ... Laura Sims
Sean Bean ... Gabriel Lewis
James Wilby ... Michael Evans
Rowena Cooper Rowena Cooper ... Connie Sims
David Lyon David Lyon ... Leslie Boyd
Janet Amsbury Janet Amsbury ... Deirdre
Pippa Hinchley ... Julie
Ursula Jones Ursula Jones ... Jilly
Candida Gubbins Candida Gubbins ... Helen
Lisa Orgolini ... Lucy
Barbara Ward Barbara Ward ... Mary
Paul Lacoux Paul Lacoux ... Man at Bar
Laura Davenport Laura Davenport ... Davina
Michael Cochrane ... Geoff
Terence Hillyer Terence Hillyer ... Geoff's Friend
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Laura Sims has a successful career, but an unsuccessful love life. When she meets Gabriel, he seems like the perfect potential partner, but when the relationship begins to move too fast for Laura's liking, he stops being supportive and starts to become jealous, threatening, and dangerously obsessed. Written by Phythian

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Sean Bean is simply the best actor around!
18 June 2004 | by moviefarieSee all my reviews

Sean Bean owns this movie, as he does anything else he can actually star in, and when he doesn't star in them he steals them outright. He is the most brilliant, and most underused actor alive in my opinion, but thankfully people have become more and more aware of him.

Bean stars as a possessive, angst-ridden lover of a woman, who cannot make up her mind about love. Bean jumps off the screen and rivets you to the story, and is the only actor I could even imagine making you feel for this character, who is suppose to be this obsessive ,dangerous type of lover, but he makes this character the only one you care for. JUST AMAZING. He breathes life into this man, and you believe everything about him, and care for him more than anyone else in this piece of solid British TV drama. Bean proves himself even at this younger age, as being the most believable actor on the planet. His stillness of presence when he is going through an emotional crisis is BRILLIANT. Simply brilliant, and no one does it better, and can totally make you believe without any hesitation that he is that character, as he inhabits this the role completely. If you can find this, see it, Bean will not disappoint you and is worth the time spent as you watch something miraculous unfolding. Just a brilliant actor, and the sex scenes are some of the sexiest I have ever seen on the tube, for those women who love Sean, as I do.


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English

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8 September 1991 (UK) See more »

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