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Black Easter

Synopsis

We have produced a Style Guide to help editors follow a standard format when editing a listing. If you are unsure how best to edit this programme please take a moment to read it.
Continuing the Screen Two series of dramas is David Pirie's futuristic thriller starring Trevor Eve

Germany, March 2000: Detective Alex Fischer investigates the murder of a young Danish woman, whose body has been slashed from head to foot. On the ground beside her are the words in Arabic: "We are crossing. "As the threat grows of a mass exodus of refugees caused by civil war in Russia, Fischer sets out on a hazardous search for the truth with refugee Anna.
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Contributors

Writer: David Pirie
Producer: Peter Goodchild
Director: Ben Bolt
Fischer: Trevor Eve
Schuster: Shaun Dingwell
Dix: Bruce Myers
Mann: Murray Ewan
Heiger: John Shrapnel
Journalist: Peter Jordan
Anna: Amanda Ooms
Becks chairwoman: Penelope Beaumont
Byrd: Peter Stormare
Nadia: Corinne Jaber
Youssef: Josef Cervenak
Fischer's daughter: Judita Hessova
Video witness: Katerina Dankova
Hart: Frank Kovaks
Wojkiech: Rudolf Pellar






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