Afterlife (2005–2006)
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Roadside Bouquets 

Alison is recovering from the traumatic séance that saw her inhabited by the ghost of Robert's son, and realizes she has to dedicate her life to helping spirits. After seeing a strange ... See full summary »

Director:

Charles Beeson

Writers:

Stephen Volk (creator), Stephen Volk
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Cast

Episode credited cast:
Andrew Lincoln ... Robert Bridge
Lesley Sharp ... Alison Mundy
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Emily Beecham ... Sash
John Burton ... Bill Durrant
Eileen Davies ... Auntie Vi
Kate Duchêne ... Barbara Sinyard
Emun Elliott ... Tariq
Simon Fisher-Becker ... Mini-cab driver
Amanda Lawrence ... Woman
Nora-Jane Noone ... Tessa
Harry Treadaway ... Liam
Lauren Varnfield Lauren Varnfield ... Jemima
Ed Westwick ... Darren
Anna Wilson-Jones ... Jude Bridge
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Alison is recovering from the traumatic séance that saw her inhabited by the ghost of Robert's son, and realizes she has to dedicate her life to helping spirits. After seeing a strange woman at a roadside, she becomes embroiled in the mystery surrounding a fatal car crash. Written by Anonymous

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TV-14 | See all certifications »
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16 September 2006 (UK) See more »

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Just incredible drama.
11 August 2018 | by Sleepin_DragonSee all my reviews

I found this episode as powerful today as it was when first transmitted back in 2006.

A first rate storyline, coupled with mesmerising performances, unbelievably good twists culminate to make for a magical piece of drama, a contender for the best episode of Afterlife, a strong accolade indeed.

The character play is wonderful, the development of both Alison and Robert's characters. First rate acting, Sharp and Lincoln amazing as expected, but a young Harry Treadaway and Ed Westwick impressing in particular.

The major twist, a fairly simple concept was delivered in a way that gave maximum effect.

Edge of the seat, gripping, incredible viewing. Why on earth was this the last series?

A captivating 10/10


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