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Tsunami, the Aftermath


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2/2. Nick is sure Ellen isn't being upfront about her hotel chain's plans to rebuild bigger developments on the coastline and begins to investigate. Meanwhile, Tony struggles to respond to the survivors' needs.
Writer Abi Morgan ; Producer Finola Dwyer
Director Bharat Narulli
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Unknown: Abi Morgan
Producer: Finola Dwyer
Director: Bharat Narulli
Nick Fraser: Tim Roth
Ian Carter: Chiwetel Ejiofor
Susie Carter: Sophie Okonedo
Tony Whittaker: Hugh Bonneville
Kathy Graham: Toni Collette
Kim Peabody: Gina McKee
Than: Samrit MacHielsen
Chai: Will Yun Lee
Ellen Webb: Kate Ashfield
Simone: Aure Atika
Joe Meddler: Leon Ford
James Peabody: Owen Teale
Peer Jarlsson: Jacek Koman
Pravat Meeko: Grirggiat Punpiputt
Martha Carter: Jazmyn Mabaso
Adam Peabody: George MacKay
John Peabody: Morgan David Jones
Dr Polsak: Gacian Jarusomboon
Bahn Burut: Tanapath Singamrat
Eva: Savannah Loney
Boat captain: Tanapol Chuksrida
Than's grandmother: Poh Sursakul
Suk: Usuma Sukhsvasit
French man: Velicitat Lionel
Morgue attendant: Schwis Bhokhalthanes
Eva's mother: Edith Loney
Musicens: Beer Band Of Chiangmai

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