The Cut (2009– )
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Jay is leaning against a wall watching the trains go by whilst his friend Fin spray paints the wall. He starts talking to Fin about the trains and where they're going and where the furtest ... See full synopsis »

Director:

Sarah Walker

Writers:

Al Smith, Geoffrey Goodwin (creator) | 1 more credit »

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Cast

Episode cast overview:
Samuell Benta ... Jay Kelso
Jess Dickens Jess Dickens ... Toni Loxley (as Jessica Dickens)
Lara Goodison ... Marla Mackinnon
Matt Kane ... Stephen Mackinnon
Dermot Martin ... Daniel 'Mack' Mackinnon
Billie North ... Olive Loxley
Alice Southwood Alice Southwood ... Fin Scott
Tom Allen Tom Allen ... Dr. Robert
Melissa Ambrosini Melissa Ambrosini ... Tina Fry
Dylan Barnes Dylan Barnes ... Officer Reynolds
Scarlett Bowman Scarlett Bowman ... Rosa Willis
Theo Fearing Theo Fearing ... Fitzroy (as Timithy James)
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Storyline

Jay is leaning against a wall watching the trains go by whilst his friend Fin spray paints the wall. He starts talking to Fin about the trains and where they're going and where the furtest they've ever been away is. Fin walks towards Jay revealing that se was painting the words 'NO ESCAPE' on the wall. She tells him that running away won't solve anything. Jay says it not about running away but what he'd do if 'she' wouldn't take her back and Fin claims that she just needs time. They hear sirens and start running in different directions.

There's a knock on the door and Jay's lying in bed. Someone answers it and you hear the police through the door. Quickly and quietly Jay sneaks out of bed, gets dressed, runs upstairs and back down out of the house. Where he runs into the police officer after him. As Jay tries to get over the walls the officer asks Jay if he thinks he's stupid. Jay just says 'hi' as if he knows him very well.

Jay's following Officer Reynolds into a mortuary. They're ...

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Genres:

Short | Drama

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Details

Country:

UK

Language:

English

Release Date:

19 September 2009 (UK) See more »

Company Credits

Production Co:

BBC Switch See more »
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Technical Specs

Sound Mix:

Stereo

Color:

Color
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Saeglopur
Written and performed by Sigur Rós
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