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The Cry

Series 1 Episode 1

Joanna and Alistair travel to Australia to fight for custody of Alistair's daughter.

Thrilling drama starring Jenna Coleman. Joanna and Alistair travel with their baby to Australia to fight for custody of Alistair's daughter. But they face an unthinkable tragedy.

Drama series about a couple who travel from Scotland to Australia to fight for custody of the husband's daughter. Joanna is struggling with life as a new mum, and the flight to Melbourne is a huge additional strain on her. Baby son Noah cries the whole way, to the very apparent dismay of their fellow travellers. Exhausted and emotional from the journey, the couple finally arrive in Australia, where unforeseen events - and the white light of public scrutiny - change their lives forever.

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Joanna
Jenna Coleman
Alistair
Ewen Leslie
Alexandra
Asher Keddie
Detective Peter Alexiades
Alex Dimitriades
Kirsty
Sophie Kennedy Clark
Chloe
Markella Kavenagh
Detective Lorna Jones
Shareena Clanton
Elizabeth
Stella Gonet
Air Hostess
Kim Adis
Defence Lawyer
Moyo Akande
Police Officer Woods
Billierose Cachia
Morven Davis
Kate Dickie
Henry McCallum
David Elliot
David Fossery
Nicholas Farrell
Checkout Kid
Ollie Ivin Poole
Mrs Wilson
Sue Jones
Jane
Emma King
Local Woman
Amanda Labonte
Dr Wallace
Shauna Macdonald
Fish and Chip Shop Owner
Michael Morley
Jean-Louise Talbot
Anneika Rose
Mrs Amery
Amanda Walker
Writer
Jacquelin Perske
Executive Producer
Claire Mundell
Producer
Brian Kaczynski
Director
Glendyn Ivin
Production Company
Synchronicity Films Ltd

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The Cry

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The Cry: Series 1

The Cry

Series 1 Episode 2

The search leads to an arrest, but not everything is as it seems.

The search for baby Noah leads to an arrest, but it soon becomes clear that not everything is as it seems.

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Joanna
Jenna Coleman
Alistair
Ewen Leslie
Alexandra
Asher Keddie
Detective Peter Alexiades
Alex Dimitriades
Kirsty
Sophie Kennedy Clark
Chloe
Markella Kavenagh
Detective Lorna Jones
Shareena Clanton
Elizabeth
Stella Gonet
Bec Drake
Farah Ahmed
Defence Lawyer
Moyo Akande
Trucker
Eddie Baroo
Susie
Candy Bowers
Young Boy
Fox Curry
Morven Davis
Kate Dickie
Henry McCallum
David Elliot
Declan
Patrick Harvey
Checkout Kid
Ollie Ivin Poole
Krishna
Sachin Joab
Young Chloe
Kayla Kisielweski
Dr Wallace
Shauna Macdonald
Journalist
Cassandra Magrath
Shazza Morphett
Moya O'Shea
Coral Buchanan
Carolyn Shakespeare-Allen
Writer
Jacquelin Perske
Executive Producer
Claire Mundell
Producer
Brian Kaczynski
Director
Glendyn Ivin
Production Company
Synchronicity Films Ltd

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The Cry

Series

The Cry: Series 1

The Cry

Series 1 Episode 4

The couple return to Scotland and Joanna seeks justice for her son Noah.

The investigation closed, the couple return to Scotland under constant media pressure. Ultimately, Joanna discovers the truth is worse than she could ever have imagined.

Joanna wakes in a hospital bed, she asks for Alistair. Elizabeth can’t bring herself to answer.

We flashback to Australia; the police are winding down the investigation. Days later, Alastair takes Joanna to a new housing estate in Wilde Bay. He suggests they look around the show home. Joanna is bewildered but lets him lead her inside. Later she finds Alastair in the living room looking down at the floor, lost in thought. Joanna leans in close to him. She needs to know where Noah is. Alastair shrugs off her question and instead grabs her phone and takes a picture.

Joanna persuades Alistair to take her to where Noah is. He leads her along a beach path to a beautiful old tree indicating a spot underneath. Joanna falls to the ground, placing her head on the soft earth.

Alastair and Joanna return home to Scotland and a media frenzy. Joanna goes back to work but is struggling to cope. Alastair is let go from his job. Fossery is concerned Alastair’s notoriety will rub off on the party. Alastair is furious.

Days later, Joanna returns home to find Alastair and the publicist, JEAN LOUISE celebrating a book deal and the offer of a new job. Joanna is bemused. How can Alastair be so hypocritical to accept a job representing parents who have lost their children?

Chloe and Elizabeth arrive from Australia. At dinner Chloe is belligerent. She tells Joanna people are still looking for Noah, keeping up an online presence, which is what they should be doing.

In court Alexandra is on the stand. She defends Joanna in the face of the prosecutor’s assault. She maintains Alastair was not an easy man to love.

We flashback to Joanna and Alastair on their first date. Joanna is wearing the red dress. She runs into arms and they kiss passionately. The same location, a very different time. It’s the day of Noah’s first birthday. Alastair proposes to Joanna. Joanna is lost in sadness. Dully she accepts.

The couple return home to find Chloe has decorated the apartment and made a cake for Noah. Joanna is horrified. She runs out of the house. Alastair catches up with her and pleads with her not to upset Chloe. She’s just a child. Joanna is livid.

The next day, Joanna is at Jean Louise’s office. Jean Louise has a box of mail for her. Joanna goes through the letters one by one. She discovers a letter from Mrs Amery, the kind old woman who took Noah from her on the flight to Melbourne. Mrs Amery writes about how beautifully they cared for their baby. Alastair was so tender with Noah at the car hire desk, comforting him when he cried. Joanna reaches for the memory. She leaves the office and returns home to find Alastair playing cards with Chloe. Joanna sits, thinking. Elizabeth notices a picture on Noah on Joanna’s laptop and reminds her what a good mother she was, Joanna should hold onto that memory. Joanna stares at Elizabeth, then Alastair. Citing cabin fever, she suggests she and Alastair go for a drive. Alastair looks surprised but follows her to the car.

They drive out of the city, up into the hills. Joanna asks Alastair whether he gave Noah medicine at the airport. Finally, Alastair admits he did give Noah medicine. Joanna persists, asking if he tasted it. No he didn’t taste it. Joanna’s world is collapsing. All this time Alastair let her believe it was her fault. That she killed her son.

In court an expert witness describes the conditions of the road that day and evidence from the crash.

In the hospital Joanna has been discharged. Elizabeth gives her some of Alastair’s things. She opens the envelope and Alastair’s phone slips out. The image on the screen is the photograph he took of Joanna at the show home in Wilde Bay. She stares at the picture for a long time.

In the police station Joanna is photographed and her finger prints taken.

In Dr Wallace’s office, Joanna asks Dr Wallace whether she thinks she is telling her the truth. Dr Wallace evades the question.

Joanna is on the stand. She gives her testimony about the accident, asks the court to judge her as they see fit, to punish her as they see fit. She’s already been to hell. Joanna lost her child and now she’s lost Alastair, the only person who truly knew the truth of her pain.

Joanna is acquitted. She leaves the court and the crowd surge towards her. Amongst them stands Chloe, wordlessly holding up a photograph of Noah.

The Glasgow apartment lies empty. In Wilde Bay, Joanna unlocks the door to the new house she an Alastair visited all those months ago. Joanna leaves her bags at the door and gently lies on the floor.

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Joanna
Jenna Coleman
Alistair
Ewen Leslie
Alexandra
Asher Keddie
Detective Peter Alexiades
Alex Dimitriades
Kirsty
Sophie Kennedy Clark
Chloe
Markella Kavenagh
Detective Lorna Jones
Shareena Clanton
Elizabeth
Stella Gonet
Defence Lawyer
Moyo Akande
Young Boy
Fox Curry
Morven Davis
Kate Dickie
David Fossery
Nicholas Farrell
Young Chloe
Kayla Kisielweski
Dr Wallace
Shauna Macdonald
Forensic Expert
Donald Morrison
Checkout Kid
Ollie Ivin Poole
Noah Robertson
Noah Rennie
Noah Robertson
Oliver Rennie
Jean-Louise Talbot
Anneika Rose
Mrs Amery
Amanda Walker
Writer
Jacquelin Perske
Executive Producer
Claire Mundell
Producer
Brian Kaczynski
Director
Glendyn Ivin
Production Company
Synchronicity Films Ltd

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Brand

The Cry

Series

The Cry: Series 1

Arena

Make Me Up!

Rachel Maclean takes a satirical look at the contradictory pressures faced by women today.

Multimedia artist Rachel Maclean takes a satirical look at the contradictory pressures faced by women today.

A satirical look at the contradictory pressures faced by women today. It examines how television and social media can help us explore identity, at the same time encouraging women to conform to strict beauty ideals. Multimedia artist Rachel Maclean has created a world that is both seductive and dangerous, a place where surveillance, violence and submission are a normalised part of daily life.

Siri wakes to find herself trapped inside a brutalist candy-coloured dreamhouse. Despite the cutesy decor, the place is far from benign, and she and her fellow inmates are encouraged to compete for survival. Forced to go head to head in a series of demeaning tasks, Siri and Alexa start subverting the rules, soon revealing the sinister truth that underpins their world.

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The Cry

Series 1 Episode 3

The couple’s relationship unravels as the stress of Noah’s disappearance engulfs them.

A distressed Joanna and Alistair watch as the police search Elizabeth’s house. Rattled by the investigation and Joanna’s behaviour, Alistair tries to uncover what the police know.

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Joanna
Jenna Coleman
Alistair
Ewen Leslie
Alexandra
Asher Keddie
Detective Peter Alexiades
Alex Dimitriades
Kirsty
Sophie Kennedy Clark
Chloe
Markella Kavenagh
Detective Lorna Jones
Shareena Clanton
Elizabeth
Stella Gonet
Defence Lawyer
Moyo Akande
Morven Davis
Kate Dickie
Henry McCallum
David Elliot
Mrs Wilson
Sue Jones
Clara Smith
Angela Koo
Alejandro Torres
Tim Licata
Dr Wallace
Shauna Macdonald
British Journalist
David Woods
Writer
Jacquelin Perske
Executive Producer
Claire Mundell
Producer
Brian Kaczynski
Director
Glendyn Ivin
Production Company
Synchronicity Films Ltd

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The Cry

Series

The Cry: Series 1

Porridge (2017)

Series 1 Episode 2: The Cake

Bad boy Dougie Parfitt wants a favour, and there is a new prison officer on the block.

Sitcom. Prison bad boy Dougie Parfitt wants a favour and there is a new prison officer on the block, which spells double trouble for Fletch and his crew.

Prison bad boy Dougie Parfitt wants a favour and there is a new prison officer on the block, which spells double trouble for Fletch and his crew.

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Shel
Jason Barnett
Nigel Fletcher
Kevin Bishop
Officer Meekie
Mark Bonnar
Joe Lotterby
Dave Hill
Aziz
Harman Singh
Officer Braithwaite
Dominic Coleman
Scudds
Ricky Grover
Ullett
Daniel Fearn
Dougie Parfitt
Harry Peacock
Officer Gemmell
Moyo Akande
Sharon
Jan Anderson
Luke
Ben Clark
Judge
Colin McFarlane
Executive Producer
Steven Canny
Executive Producer
Tarquin Gotch
Producer
Richard Webb
Director
Dominic Brigstocke
Writer
Dick Clement
Writer
Ian La Frenais
Editor
Nigel Williams
Production Manager
Lauriel Martin

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