Product Tag - Jemma Redgrave

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    Amnesia

    An amnesiac might be a key figure in Detective Mackenzie Stone’s search for his own wife, who disappeared five years ago.

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    Unforgiven

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    Unforgiven

    Unforgiven was a three-part British television drama series written by Sally Wainwright which was first broadcast on ITV & UTV in January 2009, and STV in 2012. It was made by the Red Production Company.

    Suranne Jones plays a woman found guilty of murdering two police officers when she was a teenager who, upon release from jail, is determined to see her sister who was adopted.

    Unforgiven won Best Drama Series or Serial at the 2009 RTS Programme Awards.

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    Cold Blood

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    Cold Blood

    Despised serial killer Brian Wicklow is the only one who can locate the body of a young woman. But he’s spent most of his incarceration playing mind-games with the authorities and talking in riddles. But there may finally be a man who can get to him: a former convict with a tormented past of his own.

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    Mosley

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    Mosley

    Mosley was a 1998 television serial produced for Channel 4 based on British fascist Oswald Mosley’s life in the period between the two world wars. The series was directed by Robert Knights, from a screenplay by Laurence Marks and Maurice Gran, both better known for their television comedy series. It was based on the books Rules of the Game and Beyond the Pale by Nicholas Mosley, Mosley’s son.

    The series was released on VHS and DVD.

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    Bramwell

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    Bramwell

    Bramwell is a British television series starring Jemma Redgrave as Dr. Eleanor Bramwell, a woman challenging the domination of men in the medical establishment, who runs a free hospital for the poor in the East End of London, during the late Victorian era.

    The series by Carlton Television was shown in Britain on ITV in four series from 1995 to 1998. It was subsequently shown in other countries, such as in the United States on PBS from 1996 to 2001.

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    The Buddha of Suburbia

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    The Buddha of Suburbia

    The Buddha of Suburbia is a 1993 British four-part television serial, directed by Roger Michell. Based on the novel of the same name by Hanif Kureishi, the programme starred Naveen Andrews as the main character, Karim Amir. The programme’s music was written and performed by David Bowie.

    Unable to find distribution in America, the series was given a limited engagement screening at The Public Theater in Manhattan from December 1994 to January 1995.

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