Dublin Murders (2019– )
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Episode #1.5 

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Rob makes costly mistakes as Cassie immerses herself in the art of being Lexie.

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Rebecca Gatward

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Sarah Phelps, Tana French (based on novels "In the Woods" and "The Likeness" by) | 1 more credit »
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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Michael D'Arcy Michael D'Arcy ... Adam Reilly
Daniel Brickenden Daniel Brickenden ... Young Jonathan
David Thomas David Thomas ... Young Cathal
Laragh McCarthy Laragh McCarthy ... Young Margaret
Mark Byrne ... John Reilly
Killian Scott ... Rob Reilly
Amelia Crowley Amelia Crowley ... Clare Hogan
Sarah Greene ... Cassie Maddox / Lexie Mangan
Eugene O'Hare ... Detective Quigley
Peter McDonald ... Jonathan Devlin
Barry O'Connor Barry O'Connor ... Cathal Mills
Donna Anita Nikolaisen Donna Anita Nikolaisen ... Solicitor
Alexandra Moen ... Simone Cameron
Ian Kenny ... Garda Phelan
Ellie O'Halloran ... Jamie Rowan
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Storyline

Rob, unmoored by Cassie's absence, is obsessed with Jonathan Devlin and convinced he and his childhood friend Cathal Mills may be dangerous paedophiles. He is desperate to find the one witness to the events in the woods in 1985 who he hasn't spoken to - itinerate ex-friend of Jonathan and Cathal's, Shane Waters - but Shane, a homeless drug addict, hasn't been seen since Katy was found on that altar.

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The caravan park is the same one used in Red Rock (2015), an Irish soap drama. See more »

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References Porky's Revenge (1985) See more »

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It's getting darker and more intricate, but I'm gripped.
18 November 2019 | by Sleepin_DragonSee all my reviews

Cassie agrees to work with Frank, in an ambitious plot to pose as Lexie. Rob Faces huge pressure as the press begin to search for Adam.

Very good again, although it's going in an even darker direction, there are all sorts of dark undertones. The acting is absolutely top notch, particularly impressed with Tom Vaughan Lawlor who plays Frank, and Barry O'Connor who plays Cathan.

The music is haunting, the production values are particularly strong. It's all very complex, but it's engrossing. 8/10


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28 October 2019 (UK) See more »

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