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Second Sight


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Another two-part psychological thriller starring Clive Owen. Parasomnia (part 1). The daughter of a government peer awakes covered in blood on the morning that her fiance is found bludgeoned to death in his flat. Ross Tanner's attempts to get to the truth spiral him into a disturbing world and the danger of being lost between dreams and reality.
Concludes tomorrow at 9.05pm. See Choice.
Written by Paula Milne
Producer Lars Macfarlane
Director Maurice Phillips (S)


Unknown: Clive Owen
Unknown: Ross Tanner
Written By: Paula Milne
Producer: Lars MacFarlane
Director: Maurice Phillips
DCI Ross Tanner: Clive Owen
Bruce Roddam: Michael Kitchen
Kerry Ann Roddam: Josephine Butler
Dl Boyd: Mark Bazeley
DS Pewsey Rupert: Holliday Evans
Marilyn Tanner: Rebecca Egan
DC Holt: Selina Boyack
DS Julian: Alexander Morton
DS Finch: Frank Harper
Leonard: Tim Potter
Sam Tanner: Benjamin Smith
SuptLawson: Thomas Wheatley
Frank: Julian Protheroe
Hannah Conrad: Amanda Haberland
DC Chad: Akbar Kurtha
Neil: Alistair Petrie
Lisa Youngman: Judith Wright
DebbyPewsey: Angela Simpson
Nathaniel Silvestre: Fraser James
Dr Goddard: James Greene
Doorman: Mark Sproston
Solicitor: Jason Morell
Dream demon: Nicola Buckingham
Waitress: Jane Davenport
Firing range officer: Martyn Whitby
Newscaster: Trevor Nichols

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