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Shockers: Dance (1999)

Thirty-something single father Mike meets attractive younger Christine at a dance lesson. She likes him as much as he likes her. But are things too good to be true.

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Richard Clark
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Cast

Credited cast:
Nicole Charles Nicole Charles ... Tarnya
Polly Highton Polly Highton ... Carer
Douglas Hodge ... Mike Swift
Christopher Hunter Christopher Hunter ... Hairdresser Boss
Michelle Joseph Michelle Joseph ... Social Worker
Katie Lyons ... Marie
Ian McIntyre Ian McIntyre ... Car Thief
Jack Pierce ... Davie
Alexander Pownall ... Peter
Jemima Rooper ... Anne
Christine Tremarco Christine Tremarco ... Deborah
Angela Walsh Angela Walsh ... Joy
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Widower Mike Swift is coping with bringing up his little son Peter and teen-aged daughter Anne,who is still dealing with the loss of her mother. One night Mike meets the much younger Deborah,who reawakens his interest in dancing the tango,as well as becoming a confidante and friend to Anne. However it becomes apparent to Anne that Deborah's meeting with her father was no mere accident and that she has an ulterior motive for being with him beyond winning the tango contest. When Anne starts to pry in Deborah's room she uncovers a frightening secret about her and about Mike too. Written by don @ minifie-1

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Drama | Thriller

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Country:

UK

Language:

English

Release Date:

2 November 1999 (UK) See more »

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Sound Mix:

Stereo

Color:

Color

Aspect Ratio:

1.33 : 1
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Intriguing British TV thriller that could have been a feature
30 September 2003 | by FintasticSee all my reviews

It's nice to see the American thriller conventions being shifted to a British context- and working.This functions very well as an hour-long film, but actually would have benefitted from being expanded to feature length. It's well acted and the characters are very plausible, and the developments of the plot don't strain credibility - but a little bit more background to empathise with the characters would have helped. However script and direction are taut, and the actors convince in their roles. Good to see Christine Tremarco, who was so good in Priest, in another juicy part.


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