'Macfadyen is that rarity: a thesp without vanity.'
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A thespian without vanity :: Télévision :: Criminal Justice
Matthieu le Jeu 9 Juil 2009 - 13:02
Criminal JusticeMaxine Peake stars in the return to BBC One of Peter Moffat's Bafta award-winning drama. This major new five-part thriller takes an uncompromising and insightful look at the criminal justice system through the experience of one woman. Peake leads an impressive cast that boasts some of Britain's top acting talent, including Matthew Macfadyen, Denis Lawson, Steven Mackintosh, Eddie Marsan and Sophie Okonedo.Peake plays Juliet Miller, a woman who suffers from depression. She is married to Joe Miller (Macfadyen), a barrister at the height of his professional powers. The couple have one 13-year-old daughter, Ella (Alice Sykes). When Joe is stabbed at home one night, the family's life is changed forever. As fragile Juliet travels through the criminal justice system under the constant scrutiny of police, prison and social services, questions are raised about psychological and sexual abuse.Passing through the family courts, her ordeal concludes in a heart-rending denouement in the High Court.CDBBC Productions
Matthieu le Jeu 9 Juil 2009 - 13:33
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