Guilt (2019– )
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Sheila claims ignorance when she discovers Walter's real niece has contacted the solicitor. In order to protect his brother, Max orders Jake to leave the country with Angie promising to ... See full summary »

Director:

Robert McKillop

Writer:

Neil Forsyth
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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Ruth Bradley ... Angie Curtis
Mark Bonnar ... Max McCall
Moyo Akandé ... Tina
Gregor Firth ... Archie
Noof Ousellam ... Cameron (as Noof McEwan)
Bill Paterson ... Roy Lynch
David Burns ... Jaffa
Jamie Sives ... Jake McCall
Emun Elliott ... Kenny Burns
Henry Pettigrew Henry Pettigrew ... Stevie Malone
Sian Brooke ... Claire McCall
Ellie Haddington Ellie Haddington ... Sheila Gemmell
Sylas Szabolcs Sylas Szabolcs ... Victor Kuqo
Michael Nardone ... Henry McKinnon
Jayson Bunting Jayson Bunting ... Solicitor
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Sheila claims ignorance when she discovers Walter's real niece has contacted the solicitor. In order to protect his brother, Max orders Jake to leave the country with Angie promising to sort everything out. Angie has still not shaken off her suspicions of Max and sets about proving to Jake that Max is not looking after his brother's best interests. Meanwhile, Max and Angie have their own separate suspicions about Sheila's real involvement in the night of Walter's death. Show less

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Comedy | Crime | Thriller

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A terrific final part.
27 November 2019 | by Sleepin_DragonSee all my reviews

All of the truths are out, Max gets a bit too big for his boots.

The transformation is complete, we've gone from amusing crime drama to thriller, this last one takes us into the realms of Gangster thriller.

This final part had me glued, we finally get to learn what was the fate of poor Walter. It's been a real surprise package, I was expecting it to good, I hadn't expected it to be this good.

Bonnar and Haddington are both amazing, as they indeed have been from start to finish. The scene the pair share towards the end was the standout scene.


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UK

Language:

English

Release Date:

14 November 2019 (UK) See more »

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