Wire in the Blood 2 [DVD]
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Clinical Psychologist, Dr. Tony Hill and senior police officer, Carol Jordan, are reunited, tackling the ever present threat from serial criminals in the northern city of Bradfield, in a new and shocking four past series of Wire in the Blood. Episodes: Still She Cries, The Darkness of Light, Right to Silence and Sharp Compassion. Extras: Exclusive interviews with Robson Green, Hermione Norris and Award-Winning author Val McDermid. Includes over 30 minutes of footage not shown on ITV.
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Building on the events of the first season, Clinical Psychologist Dr Tony Hill (Green) and DI/DCI Jordan (Norris) have developed a professional relationship that is very much in the Mulder and Scully mould - one relies on fact and the other on intuition. There is a closeness, trust and caring that suggests more than friendship but never goes beyond. The relationship between the two is pivotal to the series and both leads do a great job.
As with the first dvd, the extras are barely woth mentioning (short interviews with Green, Norris and the author of the books) but this dvd is still worth the money.
A must see for all Cracker/Prime suspect fans.