Three years ago, Sir James Corson ruins the life and career of David West by seducing West's teenage daughter in order to steal personal files and blackmailing West to resign as executive of Oxident....
Maurice Stoan was in Iraq 3 years ago when his wife and infant son were killed by a hit and run driver. While he was home on leave his unit was deployed without him and he was mustered out. Now, he ...
As WWII rages, DCS Foyle fights his own war on the home-front; investigating crime on the south coast of England. Later series, see the retired detective working as an MI5 agent in the aftermath of the war.
With the help of DS John Bacchus, Inspector George Gently spends his days bringing to justice members of the criminal underworld who are unfortunate enough to have the intrepid investigator assigned to their cases.
The three part drama unfolds against the backdrop of the Iraq war and the world of the multi billion pound mobile phone industry, flashing back and forth to retrace events from three very different perspectives: the engineer, the soldier and the boss. Each episode features the same story told from a different viewpoint and only in the final scenes of the third episode is the connection between all three stories made for the first time.
"Mobile" from 2007 is a four-part British miniseries, starring Michael Kitchen, Keith Allen, Jamie Draven, and Peter Vaughan.
The story concerns the mobile phone industry and the plot unfolds over time, as we see the incidents from four different perspectives: a teenager (Brittany Ashworth), a soldier (Draven) now on the police force, and two mobile moguls (Kitchen and Allen) whose lives intertwine over business and a personal issue.
This is a story of revenge, horrific loss, depression, and terrorism, with a shocking twist at the end as each person's story merges.
Truly excellent with wonderful performances - I rented this from Netflix - don't miss it.
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