Safe (2018)
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Episode #1.4 

While Tom follows a new lead about Jenny, Sophie and Emma deliver devastating news. The Marshalls struggle to keep their cool.

Director:

Julia Ford

Writers:

Harlan Coben (created by), Mick Ford
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Cast

Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Freddie Thorp ... Chris Chahal
Imogen Gurney ... Tilly Chahal
Audrey Fleurot ... Zoé Chahal
Joplin Sibtain ... Neil Chahal
Louis Greatorex ... Henry Mason
Hero Fiennes Tiffin ... Ioan Fuller
Tyler Conti ... Scott
Amy-Leigh Hickman ... Sia Marshall
Isabella Pinto Isabella Pinto ... Dora
Amy James-Kelly ... Jenny Delaney
Rohan Nedd Rohan Nedd ... Mike
Isabelle Allen ... Carrie Delaney
India Fowler India Fowler ... Ellen Mason
Michael C. Hall ... Tom Delaney
Amanda Abbington ... Sophie Mason
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While Tom follows a new lead about Jenny, Sophie and Emma deliver devastating news. The Marshalls struggle to keep their cool.

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In a previous episode, it was shown that the guard at the entrance to the community has access to several camera angles that were previously able to track where Jenny went across the neighbourhood.

Instead of easily finding out where Jenny had gone on her return to the neighbourhood in the morning, the police instead decide to go door-to-door in the community and ask the residents if they saw her which is a far slower and unreliable method. See more »

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Glitter & Gold
(uncredited)
Written by Barns Courtney
Performed by Barns Courtney
Under Licensce from ASCAP, Sony ATV Publishing, SOLAR Music Rights Management, UBEM, Kobalt Music Publishing, and 7 music rights societies
[Intro song]
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Oh My!
22 May 2018 | by Sleepin_DragonSee all my reviews

The first three episodes of Safe had been really rather good, exceeding my expectations, but episode four, beats the lot, and is perhaps not far off the best thing I've watched in 2018. Fast paced, dramatic, gripping, heart breaking, I really wasn't expecting Safe to reach the standard of this episode. My heart was in my mouth the entire way through. As soon as I thought I had time to process what had happened, and think of theories of who and what, something else would happen. They threw everything at the viewer in this one, it didn't let up for a minute, energetic drama until that harrowing, sadistic and grimly real conclusion. With the knife crime issues that face London and the UK in general it served as a wake up to the harsh reality that many are unaware of on our streets, as young and old carry knives. I'm glad it wasn't glamourised or sensationalised, it was shown for what it is, abhorrent.

Quality, gritty and thrilling drama, 10/10


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10 May 2018 (UK) See more »

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