Save Me (2018– )
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Episode #1.2 

Claire and Barry stage a press conference appealing for help, where Barry makes a reckless move. Meanwhile Nelly pursues his own line of enquiry.

Director:

Nick Murphy

Writers:

Lennie James (created by), Lennie James
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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Lennie James ... Nelly
Suranne Jones ... Claire McGory
Stephen Graham ... Melon
Jason Flemyng ... Tam
Storm Adaser-Ratteray Storm Adaser-Ratteray ... Young Jody
Ryan McKen ... DC Leo Rainsford
Alice May Feetham ... Bernie (as Alice Feetham)
Nadine Marshall ... DS Shola O'Halloran
Phil Dunster ... BJ McGory
Mia Austen Mia Austen ... PC Helen Long
Barry Ward ... Barry McGory
Susan Lynch ... Stace
Camilla Beeput ... Zita
Thomas Coombes ... Goz
Indeyarna Donaldson-Holness ... Jody McGory
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Claire and Barry stage a press conference appealing for help, where Barry makes a reckless move. Meanwhile Nelly pursues his own line of enquiry.

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Drama | Mystery

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Susan Lynch (Stage) & Suranne Jones (Claire) also worked together on The Secret of Crickley Hall (2012) as Lili Peel & Eve Caleigh respectively. See more »

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A very good character driven episode.
31 October 2018 | by Sleepin_DragonSee all my reviews

After the dramatic high points of the opener, the second is a little more subdued in terms of action, but it's the strength of characters that continues to grow and impress. It's turning into a bit of a whodunit, who exactly kidnapped Jody and why? Why was Nelly beaten up, why has his best mate Melon been speaking to The Police, and why's he hiding from them? Whys is Tam treating him so well, any guilty secrets?

I got a little confused at times, I couldn't quite work out why Nelly was beaten up, and if the women he was seeing were aware of one another, but the story is definitely building, and it's grabbed my attention, I am intrigued to know what happens next.

Lennie James terrific once again. Jason Flemyng also, almost unrecognisable, but fantastic.

7/10


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28 February 2018 (UK) See more »

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