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Thursday the 12th (2003)

In this two-part Rashomon-esque mini-series, a TV journalist investigates a rich politician and his family after a dead body is found on their property and they all have different story about the day of the incident.

Director:

Charles Beeson

Writer:

Paula Milne
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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Jon Glover ... TV Reporter
Ciarán Hinds ... Marius Bannister
Maria Doyle Kennedy ... Nina Bannister
Ralph Ineson ... Collins
Elizabeth McGovern ... Candice Hopper
Jim Sturgess ... Martin Bannister
Christopher James Christopher James ... Hugo Schindler
Gillian Bevan Gillian Bevan ... Marilyn Forbes
Trevor Byfield Trevor Byfield ... Frank Ely
Robert Murray Robert Murray ... David Skinner
June Watson ... Mrs. Davies
Peter Vaughan ... Edgar Bannister
Hugh Bonneville ... Brin Hopper
Susan Engel ... Regional Secretary
Barry Jackson ... Constituency Secretary
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In this two-part Rashomon-esque mini-series, a TV journalist investigates a rich politician and his family after a dead body is found on their property and they all have different story about the day of the incident.

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Crime | Drama | Mystery

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Country:

UK

Language:

English

Release Date:

19 April 2003 (Sweden) See more »

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Technical Specs

Runtime:

(2 parts)

Sound Mix:

Stereo

Color:

Color

Aspect Ratio:

1.33 : 1
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Due to local elections the show was pulled from the schedules at the last minute on grounds that it might be in breach of rules on political bias and never broadcast in the south of England, despite being screened in the rest of the UK as scheduled. See more »

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References Rashomon (1950) See more »

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Clever scenario
10 September 2001 | by hortus18See all my reviews

The principle is well-known: present a story from different points of view. But in this film it proves a successful formula. Unexpected twists, an Alzheimer sufferer who appears to understand more than you expect, sisters that trust and don't trust each other make this a film worth watching.


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