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  • Region: Region 2 (This DVD may not be viewable outside Europe. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Studio: Granada
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (3 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B0013NBVNS
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 20,513 in DVD & Blu-ray (See Top 100 in DVD & Blu-ray)

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Caroline Quentin returns as DCI Janine Lewis, a woman striving to balance the responsibilities of her pressurised career with the demands of her home life. Back at work after maternity leave and still separated from wayward husband, Pete, she now has a baby to look after as well as her three other children to look after.

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HIT AND RUN - Two crimes, two deaths, two lines come together in the course of the enquiry. The tricky intricacies of the two lines and how they get together is the core of the film. So you'll have to watch it to know. The first line is a hit and run with an officially reported stolen car But the hit and run was caused by the stress of the mission the driver was on. The second line is that of illegal immigration from Eastern Europe: girls who come to England to be nothing but whores and eventually barmaids, to cover up the deal. And then you add to that a fictitious pimp who looks and sounds like Bizet's famous invisible Arlésienne. What appears clearly in this episode is that the author cooled down the DCS and insisted on the social and political problem treated here. Quite a good job. FRAGILE RELATIONS - Here, Manchester explodes with another social problem, that of the large Moslem Pakistani community. It all spins around a mosque and a young mullah who is assassinated. You double this side of the problem with the militancy of a racist party and its leader and you have an explosive situation and some would like to excuse the lack of a real enquiry with the danger of this explosive social, religious and ethnic situation. The film shows how the English have set up a local police corps entirely composed of members of the community to do the police work in this community, and one of the members of that unit will be the interface between the Manchester criminal unit and the mosque officials and community and that's how the truth will finally come up and out, how too the female Inspector will be able to enter the inner circle of the mosque without creating any resentment. UP IN SMOKE - Another social situation, a crematorium mind you.Read more ›
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Four very entertaining detective plays with Caroline Quentin as the DCI. She is absolutely credible as a detective and the interplay between all cast members is superb. I really hope they intend to make some more series as soon as possible. This DVD contains stories about a hit and run,
a firebomb attack, murder in a crematorium, and getting through to an autistic boy who witnessed a murder - great stuff.
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This was exactly as it was described. Great value for money and was an excellent choice for a Christmas present.
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