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Alibi DVD

Item #: XB6152
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Overview
When hapless husband Greg (Michael Kitchen, Foyle's War) throws a lavish 25th anniversary party for his wife, Linda (Phyllis Logan, Downton Abbey), he ends up accidentally killing his business partner, who also happens to be Linda's lover. Marcey (Sophie Okonedo, Hotel Rwanda), a government employee moonlighting as a waitress, discovers Greg with the corpse and helps him dispose of it. Made for British television, this offbeat tale is "equal parts black comedy, thriller, and farce"—Guardian (UK). 1 DVD, SDH.
Episodes
Episode 1
Greg Brentwood throws an extravagant anniversary party for his wife, Linda, at their house. Later that night, Marcey, one of the caterers, returns to the house to retrieve her handbag and walks in on a frightening scene: Greg moving the dead body of his business partner, Martin.

Episode 2
As Greg becomes more and more neurotic, Marcey gives him valium to calm his nerves. Linda hires Marcey as a temp worker at Greg's business, where Marcey uncovers some startling information in his books.

Episode 3
Linda grows suspicious when she learns that Marcey was in the taxi that found Martin. Marcey abruptly quits her job and tries to warn Greg, but a confrontation between Greg and Linda now seems inevitable.

Details
Packaging: Boxed
Run Time: 2 ½ hours
Format: Widescreen
Number of discs: 1
Language: English
Foreign Language Subtitles: No
Color or B&W: Color
CC:
SDH: Yes
Region Code: 1
Aspect Ratio: 16:9
Audio Format: Stereo
Rating: NR

Content disclaimer: Contains coarse language and disturbing images
Cast
Michael Kitchen (Foyle's War)
Sophie Okonedo (Hotel Rwanda)
Phyllis Logan (Downton Abbey)
Adam Kotz (The Last King of Scotland)
Hilary Maclean (Torchwood)
Press
"Dramatically seductive"—The Guardian (UK)
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