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White Heat 

Not Rated | | Drama | TV Mini-Series (2012– )
A story about a group of seven London-based students from 1965 to the present day.
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Series cast summary:
MyAnna Buring ...  Lilly 6 episodes, 2012
Sam Claflin ...  Jack 6 episodes, 2012
Lindsay Duncan ...  Lilly (Present Day) 6 episodes, 2012
Claire Foy ...  Charlotte 6 episodes, 2012
Tamsin Greig ...  Beth 6 episodes, 2012
Jessica Gunning ...  Orla 6 episodes, 2012
David Gyasi ...  Victor 6 episodes, 2012
Lee Ingleby ...  Alan 6 episodes, 2012
Jeremy Northam ...  Edward 6 episodes, 2012
Hugh Quarshie ...  Victor (Present Day) 6 episodes, 2012
Reece Ritchie ...  Jay 6 episodes, 2012
Juliet Stevenson ...  Charlotte (Present Day) 6 episodes, 2012
Paul Copley ...  Alan (Present Day) 4 episodes, 2012
Karen Henthorn ...  Val 3 episodes, 2012
Richard Lintern ...  Miles 3 episodes, 2012
Geoffrey Leesley Geoffrey Leesley ...  Frank 3 episodes, 2012
Julian Barratt ...  Derek Bowden 2 episodes, 2012
Ramon Tikaram ...  Jay (Present Day) 2 episodes, 2012
Euan Macnaughton ...  Leo 2 episodes, 2012
Jadran Malkovich ...  Jay's Boyfriend / ... 2 episodes, 2012
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A story about a group of seven London-based students from 1965 to the present day.

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UK

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English

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2012 (UK) See more »

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Color

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16:9 HD
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True to life
13 June 2012 | by trapp_pSee all my reviews

Like at least one of the other reviewers I lived through this period, the characters commencing at university in 1965 and I commenced in 1966 so the events against which their lives were played out are the same as mine. I found the period very well created, and the dynamics in the household were very true to life. British universities were full of 'Jacks' in the 1960's, usually little rich boys who dreamed of being Che or Marx who unlike the Alan's and Orla's of that world had no real principles. I recall my school senior year voting (in a mock election)overwhelmingly Labour - at a public school in Christopher Soames' constituency (Soames was Winston Churchill's son in law and a staunch Conservative). As part of a sit-in group which evicted the Vice-Chancellor from his office at Birmingham University, and as a fringe participant to the Grosvenor Square 'riot' portrayed in Episode 2, I believe that the series captures the period well, including the attitude of the various parents depicted in episode 1 who had no concept of the aspirations of their children, often the first generation to even contemplate a university education and the subsequent events. It was a time of change and the series depicts it well.


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