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Cold Call DVD

Cold Call DVD

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Item #: XE1302
In this gripping and dark thriller set in Manchester, UK, June is a single mother who falls prey to a cold call scam. The life-shattering call sets in motion a series of shocking events as June, vulnerable and angry in the wake of her mother's death, tries to salvage her family's future... and seek revenge at all costs. 4 episodes, ... More
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In this gripping and dark thriller set in Manchester, UK, June is a single mother who falls prey to a cold call scam. The life-shattering call sets in motion a series of shocking events as June, vulnerable and angry in the wake of her mother's death, tries to salvage her family's future... and seek revenge at all costs. 4 episodes, 3 hrs, 1 DVD. SDH.

Episodes

Episode 1: Part 1
June's life collapses when she loses all her money to a scam. She reconnects with old flame Des, who claims he can get her money back from the person responsible.

Episode 2: Part 2
Des proposes that June break into Kirk's office to find proof and also agrees to plant a tracker on Kirk. Des blackmails Kirk and warns June she is in danger.

Episode 3: Part 3
Kirk agrees to Des's demands but tracks the money. Aubrey follows the blackmailer to June's daughter, Hana. June befriends Kirk's wife to manipulate his home life.

Episode 4: Part 4
June hides Elisabeth at her old care home and tries to convince Hana to run. She begs Des to help but realizes he has.

Details

Packaging: Boxed
Run Time: 3 hours
Format: Widescreen
Number of discs: 1
Language: English
Foreign Language Subtitles: No
Color or B&W: Color
CC: No
SDH: Yes
Region Code: 1
Aspect Ratio: 1.78
Audio Format: Stereo
Rating: NR
Content disclaimer: Contains strong language and violence

Cast

Sally Lindsay (Mount Pleasant), Daniel Ryan (Mount Pleasant), Paul Higgins (Line of Duty), Taj Atwal (Stella), Daniel Skinner (Sex Education)

Press

"A cracking little psychological exploration of loss, greed, revenge, all too chillingly credible so often" — The Guardian (UK)

"Compelling drama on a timely subject delivered with authenticity, humanity and a light touch" — The Times (UK)


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