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A Cry for Justice ()


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Havers is reinstated as DC and immediately volunteers to go undercover in a case involving a murder made to look like suicide.

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Catherine McDonough ...
Morag McNicholl
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Daniel Morgan
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Barbara Havers
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Billy Slaven
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Nigel Sanderson
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Red McGuire
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Thomas Lynley
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Helen Lynley
Shaughan Seymour ...
Inspector Fraser
Tim Frances ...
Asst. Commissioner Hillier
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Jemma Sanderson
Gabrielle Reidy ...
Nancy Brooks (as Gabriel Reidy)
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Marjorie Carter
Abbie Humphreys ...
Baby
Abby Ford ...
Shelley Gibson
Lucy Brooks ...
Waitress

Directed by

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Alrick Riley

Written by

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Elizabeth George ... (based on "Inspector Lynley Mysteries")
 
Ann-Marie di Mambro ... (screenplay) (as Ann Marie Di Mambro)

Produced by

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Alison Gee ... line producer
Sally Haynes ... executive producer
Jenny Robins ... producer

Music by

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Robert Lockhart

Cinematography by

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Mark Partridge ... director of photography

Film Editing by

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Jerry Leon

Editorial Department

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Emily Grant ... assistant editor
Kevin Horsewood ... colorist
Mike Williams ... on-line editor (as Michael Williams)

Casting By

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Kate Rhodes James

Production Design by

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Brian Sykes

Art Direction by

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Matt Gant

Costume Design by

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Marlene Lawlor

Makeup Department

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Suzan Broad ... makeup designer
Maureen Hannaford-Naisbitt ... makeup artist

Production Management

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Nicki Mousley ... post-production supervisor
Jamie Parsons ... unit manager

Second Unit Director or Assistant Director

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Andrew Perry ... second assistant director
David Stafford ... third assistant director
Sarah White ... first assistant director

Art Department

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Daniel Ainslie ... set dresser
Sarah Jane Barnes ... assistant art director (as Sarah Barnes)
Christine Buttner ... graphic designer (as Christine Büttner)
Roy Carter ... stand-by rigger
Paul de Csernatony ... prop master (as Paul De Csernatony)
Andy Fox ... construction manager
Neil Griffiths ... dressing props
Nicola Hammond ... stand-by art director
Michala Jermy ... stand-by props
Tim Matheson ... dressing props
Nigel Pinhay ... stand-by props
Ian Tully ... production buyer

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David Evans ... boom operator
John Falcini ... re-recording mixer / sound editor
James Loosemore ... dialogue editor
Steve Phillips ... sound recordist (as Steven Phillips)

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Stuart Clark ... stunt man (as Stuart Clarke)
Neil Finnighan ... stunt man (as Neil Finneghan)
Paul Heasman ... stunt coordinator
Crispin Layfield ... stunt man
Derek Lea ... stunt man
Tony Lucken ... stunt man

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Ossian Bacon ... camera assistant
Chris Bird ... best boy
Chris Bryan ... electrician
Julia Curtin ... second assistant camera
Hopi Demattio ... clapper loader
Miles Evans ... focus puller
Danny Griffiths ... electrician
Davey Logan ... camera grip
Kenny Redford ... lighting gaffer
Robert Doe Wansey ... electrician (as Bob Doe Wansey)
Chris Dodds ... clapper loader: dailies (uncredited)

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Andy Morgan ... assistant casting director

Costume and Wardrobe Department

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Natalie Richmond Elvy ... assistant costume designer
Katherine Jones ... costume assistant
David Wootton ... costume assistant

Location Management

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Tom Holmes ... location assistant
Johnny Ludlow ... location manager

Music Department

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Steve Parr ... music mixer / music recordist

Transportation Department

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Victor Humphries ... action vehicles coordinator
Mark-Oliver-Tlo ... picture car coordinator: picture cars

Other crew

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Lorraine Brown ... production secretary
Katrina Donaldson ... assistant accountant
Michelle Franklin ... production runner
Mark Galbraith ... production executive
Judy Gayton ... script supervisor
Lucy Hopkins ... production coordinator
Catherine Moulton ... script editor
Lynsey Muir ... floor runner
Helen Sackville ... production accountant
Kevin Shapland ... police consultant
Steven Williams ... script editor
Dean Knowsley ... armorer (uncredited)

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  • WGBH Boston Video (2005) (United States) (DVD) (Included in "The Inspector Lynley Mysteries Series 1, 2 and 3")
  • WGBH Boston Video (2008) (United States) (DVD) (Included in "The Complete Inspector Lynley Mysteries")
  • BBC World (2004) (United Kingdom) (tv)
  • PBS Home Video (2008) (United States) (DVD)

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Plot Summary

Barbara Havers is re-appointed to her rank of Detective Sergeant and she and Inspector Lynley are assigned to investigate the murder of Morag McNicholl. The killing was made to look like a suicide but it is clear she was killed by a blow to the head and that her wrists were slit after her death. The police also find a large amount of cash in the flat so they can rule out robbery as a motive. The police pursue several lines of inquiry. The dead woman was membership secretary at a prestigious private club so Havers goes undercover there to see what information she can glean. Lynley looks into identifying a young man who was apparently stalking Morag. Throughout, Lynley is having difficulty coming to grips with his impending fatherhood, fearing that his own dysfunctional family background will get in the way. Written by garykmcd

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Also Known As
  • A Cry for Justice (United Kingdom)
Runtime
  • 90 min
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Did You Know?

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Quotes Barbara Havers: Well,I have to keep my mouth shut... do as I'm told.
Helen Lynley: That must be a challenge.
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