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Continuing the hard-hitting fictional drama series by Lynda La Plante.
Frank, increasingly tortured by his past in Northern Ireland, finds himself an accomplice to a crime he doesn't want to commit.
Producer Ruth Caleb
Director Karl Francis


Producer: Ruth Caleb
Director: Karl Francis
Frank Dillon: Jason Isaacs
Steve Harris: Peter H0witt
Jimmy Hammond: Edward O'Connell
Susie Dillon: Elizabeth Rider
Helen: Shirley Stelfox
Kenny Dillon: Caleb Lloyd
Phil Dillon: Bobby Coombes
Cliff Morgan: Lennie James
Harry Travers: Seamus O'Neill
Taffy Davies: John Francis
Wally Simpkins: Gareth Marks
Johnny Blair: David J Nicholls
Arnie: Michael Carter
Tony Malone: Terry O'Neill
Shirley Banks: Sharon Hinds
Trudie: Joanna Mays
Marway: Bhasker
Ronan Shaw: Michael Liebmann
Kathleen: Eileen Pollack
Billy Newman: Dafydd Palfrey

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