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Injustice
  • Description

    In this gripping five-part psychological thriller, a defence barrister is faced with the proposition: what can you do when you have defended the indefensible? When the man you have helped prove innocent is, in fact, guilty?

    William Travers (Purefoy) is famous for defending the underdog. Recovering from a nervous breakdown and working on low-level cases in rural Suffolk he comes across a figure from the past; and an old friend asks his help in defending an accusation of murder. Soon Travers finds himself immersed in a conspiracy that reaches outside the courtroom and threatens to destroy him.

    Nail-biting tension builds on a journey of exploded beliefs and good faith that hurtles towards a devastating conclusion.

    Special Features:

    • Anthony Horowitz Biography
    • Cast Filmographies
    • Picture Gallery
    • Subtitles
  • Product Details
    Certificate:
    15
    Actor:
    Charlie Creed-Miles, Lisa Diveney, James Purefoy
    Region:
    2
    Number of Discs:
    2
    Main Language:
    English
    studio:
    Acorn Media

Injustice

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  • Description

    In this gripping five-part psychological thriller, a defence barrister is faced with the proposition: what can you do when you have defended the indefensible? When the man you have helped prove innocent is, in fact, guilty?

    William Travers (Purefoy) is famous for defending the underdog. Recovering from a nervous breakdown and working on low-level cases in rural Suffolk he comes across a figure from the past; and an old friend asks his help in defending an accusation of murder. Soon Travers finds himself immersed in a conspiracy that reaches outside the courtroom and threatens to destroy him.

    Nail-biting tension builds on a journey of exploded beliefs and good faith that hurtles towards a devastating conclusion.

    Special Features:

    • Anthony Horowitz Biography
    • Cast Filmographies
    • Picture Gallery
    • Subtitles
  • Product Details
    Certificate:
    15
    Actor:
    Charlie Creed-Miles, Lisa Diveney, James Purefoy
    Region:
    2
    Number of Discs:
    2
    Main Language:
    English
    studio:
    Acorn Media

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Legal drama with a twist

Injustice is a great British drama. Not wanting to give the plot away, I found the characters very believable and the script well written, with a twist in the tale! James Purefoy is excellent as William Travers, who had been a high flying barrister until suffering a nervous breakdown and moving to Suffolk to work minor cases. When an old friend (played by Nathaniel Parker) is accused of murder, Travers reluctantly takes the case in London. The performance of Charlie Creed-Miles as D I Mark Wenborn is super - he will be the one you love to hate!! Dervla Kirwan gives her usual high standard to the role of Jane Travers. You will be surprised by the ending!! A fulfilling TV series which I hope to see more of. Worth buying.

injustice

what a brilliant gripping tv series,i was hooked as soon as i watched it,think this series had most people thinking it was a killer but the ending re child abuse -filthy pics of kids on computers was shocking. two brilliant (gorgeous)James Purfoy is my no 1 seen him in many films but Nat Parker is brilliant too. im going to buy dvd as want to watch this brilliant series again. credit has to go Anthony Horowitz for writing this top series,now thats a talent in itself,seen alot of his films. i fully recommend INJUSTICE, thx, B

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