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Return of the Don (2016)

TV-PG | | Thriller | 17 June 2016 (UK)
When Police Commander Tracy Caparro must task DC Mill with the deadly assignment of keeping the two gang leaders at bay and her position secure

Director:

Malcolm Benson

Writers:

Malcolm Benson, Katie Lymn (co-writer)
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Cast

Credited cast:
Mark Arnold ... Lawrence Brooks
Loren Peta ... Laura Hart
Lee Nicholas Harris ... Sergeant Harris 192
Susan Fordham ... Police Officer
Joseph Steyne ... PC Freeman
Angelique Joan ... Tasha Malone
David Schaefer ... Artem Chernakov
Lucien Morgan ... DC Chapman
Peter Stanford ... Police Sgt Cartwright
Justin Hayward ... Aaron McGregor
Woods Vincent ... DC Hughes (as Vince Carter)
Gracie Brooke Gracie Brooke ... Megan Brooks (as Grace Holley)
Lateef Lovejoy Lateef Lovejoy ... Bill Maden
Paul Van Beaumont Paul Van Beaumont ... Charlie Reid
Alison Meredith ... Maxwell Tara ESQ
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When Police Commander Tracy Caparro must task DC Mill with the deadly assignment of keeping the two gang leaders at bay and her position secure

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TV-PG | See all certifications »
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Country:

UK

Language:

English

Release Date:

17 June 2016 (UK) See more »

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Budget:

£1,200,000 (estimated)
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Benalex Media See more »
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Color
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Overacted and painfully slow criminal drama
4 February 2017 | by MolibarSee all my reviews

The biggest problem for me was with the acting, not the actors; got a feeling the director pushed them into a certain way of acting that just didn't suit me, didn't make it feel authentic. Not everything was bad though, it felt like they had a proper budget to set up believable scenes and produce the movie.

The script was very British, had a whiff of Shakespearean plays. Long words uttered that would never have been used by the type of commoners portrayed in this movie, and dramatic responses to every-day occurrences.

At the time of reviewing this the movie is rated 7.5, so I got completely tricked into wasting 95 minutes.


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