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Mark Lewis Jones
If you get a chance to see this 2-part TV show, then you certainly should.
Synopsis: (NO SPOILERS)
The story concerns police detective Mackenzie Stone whose wife disappeared a few years ago - and he who still recovering from the incident - experiencing weird dreams and the like. At the same time we are introduced to another man - John Dean, who is suffering from total amnesia, meaning that he remembers nothing of his past life before he turned up in hospital 5 years ago.
Mackenzie Stone, played by John Hannah becomes convinced that he knows who John Dean really is, that he is a man who dissapeared a few months before John Dean appeared - and that he murdered his family before hand to claim the insurance money. However, it starts to become apparant that DS Stone may well have killed his own wife...
In all this is a very good 2-parter with a very nice pay-off at the end. All the cast put on good performances, and it is all very believable.
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