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Screen Two: Sin Bin


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When a psychiatric patient dies after a violent assault, a nurse is forced to choose between self-preservation and justice.
Pete Postlethwaite, recently an Oscar nominee for his role in In the Name of the Father, plays nurse Mitch, who sees his colleague Don batter a patient to death.
Postlethwaite's career includes roles in Distant Voices, Still Lives, A Private Function and Aliens 3. He can soon be seen with Sean Bean in Sharpe's Honour on ITV and as Montague Tigg in the BBC's adaptation of Dickens's Martin Chuzzlewit.
Producer Charles Pattinson ; Director George Case


Producer: Charles Pattinson
Director: George Case
Mitch: Pete Postlethwaite
Don: George Costigan
Debbie: Kathy Burke
Jerry: James Cosmo
Donna: Moya Brady
Denise: Anna Keaveney
Viv Hastings: Ruth Sheen
Gary: Graham Aggrey
Terry: Angus Barnett
John Dunn: Dave Hill
Faye Wraxall: Jackie Downey
Keith: David Hatton
Richard: Phil Rose
Stuart Jury: Steve Swinscoe
Chrissie: Tina Malone

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