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Sean Bean plays transvestite in ACCUSED

Posted on 28th July 2012

International star, Sean Bean, takes on a character like no other for his starring role as Simon, a college English teacher who specialises in poetry, whose secret alter ego, Tracie, is gay, lonely, and looking for love.

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Ashley Pearce to direct award winning show ACCUSED

Posted on 28th September 2011

Ashley Pearce will direct two episodes of International Emmy Award winning show ACCUSED for RSJ Films.

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Award-winning drama GARROW'S LAW starts shooting second series in Scotland - www.bbc.co.uk

Posted on 7th July 2010

A stellar cast, lead by Andrew Buchan (Cranford, Party Animals), Alun Armstrong (New Tricks, Little Dorrit), Lyndsey Marshal (Being Human, Rome), Aidan McArdle (Beautiful People, Jane Eyre) and Rupert Graves (Wallander, God On Trial), return for a second series of BBC One's acclaimed legal drama Garrow's Law, which recently started shooting in Scotland.

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ITV to screen new version of A Bouquet of Barbed Wire - Leigh Holmwood, The Guardian

Posted on 21st September 2009

Trevor Eve will head cast in Guy Andrews's adaptation of controversial incest drama from 1976

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Reviews

MAIGRET - The Sunday Express

Posted on 3rd April 2016

The pleasure in Maigret came from the look of the piece. Paris (played by Budapest) in 1955 looked utterly fantastic, with tremendously evocative cinematography, and the period fashions were lovingly re-created.

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MAIGRET - Christopher Stevens, The Daily Mail

Posted on 29th March 2016

Atkinson can be proud. He was a match for Michael Gambon, and few actors can boast that.

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MAIGRET - Gerard O'Donovan, The Telegraph

Posted on 28th March 2016

The settings (with the boulevards and backstreets of Budapest offering a plausible imitation of Fifties Paris) and costumes were sumptuous.

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MAIGRET - Rich Westwood, The Killing Times

Posted on 28th March 2016

It all looks fantastic – very expensive, very glossy, and very authentic – and Atkinson does a good job as Maigret; subdued, thoughtful, and caring. The starkness of Simenon’s vision – his was often a particularly cold universe – comes through nicely in the final scene with the killer.

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